Twitch co-founder Justin Kan (Justin Kan) launched a game-centric non-fungible token (NFT) market called Fractal on December 30. Fractal’s focus is on NFTs with video game utilities, and the project has launched an NFT series called “Fractals”, which is a 100,000 unique snowflakes that allow users to benefit when using the primary and secondary NFT markets.
Twitch co-founder launches Fractal NFT market
On December 30th, the co-founder of Twitch, Justin Can, Told his 245,600 Twitter followers that he launched a market called NFT FractalKan also posted a series of tweets about the Fractals NFT series using the Solana (SOL) blockchain network. “Today, we are very happy to launch our game NFT market: Fractal,” Kan Say“We also gave up our Fractal NFT, which is the largest NFT airdrop in Solana’s history,” the entrepreneur added.
In addition to Kan, Fractal was founded by Robin Chan, David Wurtz and Mike Angell. Fractal contains many digital goods from The Sandbox, Solchicks, Nyan Heroes, Photo Finish, Mini Royale and Portals. Fractal NFTs are 100,000 unique NFTs with power levels “from 23 to 100”. There are 1,000 HEXA, 4,000 PENTA, 25,000 QUAD, and 70,000 TRI fractals.
The Fractal marketing team stated: “Higher power fractals are rarer because their instability is not easy to find in nature.” We hope that fractals can provide you with special power in your favorite blockchain-based games. . We believe that these “cross-game” assets that truly belong to you are the future of games. We can start that future together,” added the Fractal market developer.
At the time of writing, the most popular item in the Fractal NFT market is Panzerdogs, followed by Aurory, Portals, Photo Finish and Fractal. Following the native NFT projects in the market, Genopets, Caveworld, Nyan Heroes and Mini Royale projects occupy the sixth to ninth positions. The tenth most trending NFT project hosted on the Fractal market is Solchicks.
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