- 10,000 unique Abstract Modern Art NFT art pieces
(including total 550 animated art pieces)
- Mint Price per NFT : 0.06 ETH
(excluding gas fee)
- 20 reserved for creators and giveaways
(including 1 'Rare of the Rare' and 2 'Super Rare' for marketing purpose)
- Metadata & Image stored on IPFS
(Metadata store on cloud during minting progress to avoid revealing next NFT info before minted)
- ERC-721 Smart Contract & Fair distribution and No bonding curves
Traits & Rarities
Picatar is a collection of 10,000 unique art pieces generated from a pool of 396 different traits (including 15 animated traits), listed under 8 categories.
- Face: 25
- Eye: 105
- Eyelash: 9
- Eyebrow: 53
- Mouth: 142
- Hand: 49
- Accessory: 1
- Background: 12
Some traits are rare, but we also have 2 types of very rare animated art pieces
- Super Rare (SR):500 (animated eye)
- Rare of the Rare (RoR):50 (animated eye + mouth / hand)
Initialize Smart contract created with pre-minted Art Pieces viewable on marketplaces.
Public Launch Launch Picatar NFT and verify the smart contract coding.
Utilize 10 ETH to run massive advertising campaigns to promote Picatar NFT.
500 pieces of limited edition frontal face to random lucky minters.
Begin development on next NFT project. Minter (not owner) of Picatar will be whitelisted for discount or benefits.
Donate 30 ETH to SaveTheChildren.org, will update receipt at social media. Update final Metadata to IPFS.
They can be bought and sold online with cryptocurrency, and they are generally encoded with the same underlying software as many cryptos.
An NFT is created, or “minted” from digital objects that represent both tangible and intangible items, including:- Arts, GIFs, Videos and Sports highlights, Collectibles, Virtual avatars and Game skins, Designer sneakers or Music.
NFTs are like physical collector’s items, only digital. So instead of getting an actual oil painting to hang on the wall, the buyer gets a digital file instead.
They also get exclusive ownership rights. That’s right: NFTs can have only one owner at a time. NFTs’ unique data makes it easy to verify their ownership and transfer tokens between owners. The owner or creator can also store specific information inside them. For instance, artists can sign their artwork by including their signature in an NFT’s metadata.
In addition, artists can program in royalties so they’ll receive a percentage of sales whenever their art is sold to a new owner. This is an attractive feature as artists generally do not receive future proceeds after their art is first sold.