Phantom Zero is the first in a series of different collections developed by the same artist or others that will allow holders to be included to the collective's whitelist for future efforts.
Phantom Zero is a recently launched NFT collection that has already gotten a lot of attention. It's for a good reason: the director of The Lion King, Alice in Wonderland, and Spiderman is in charge of the project! Michael Kutsche has previously worked with Disney, Marvel, and Tim Burton. It all started this week when Michael posted on his own page about the launch of his NFT Phantom Zero collection, a project he'd been working on since 2015!
An announcement that piqued the community's and project's interest almost instantly. Despite the fact that no details have been provided, the Phantom Zero project is off to a great start. The project's vision is simple: to get back to basics by providing exclusive and renowned art mixed with fashion to their community, supported by a collective of world-renowned artists, and allowing collection holders to acquire NFTs from other collections that they would not be able to obtain without having the first one.
A sense of exclusivity that allows the project's designers to showcase their extraordinary artistic ability. Phantom Zero is the first in a series of different collections developed by the same artist or others that will allow holders to be included to the collective's whitelist for future efforts.
For the project's long-term viability, an intriguing mechanism has been put up, and it should bear fruit, allowing Phantom Zero to make its imprint on the quickly increasing NFT market, which has had several tens of thousands of NFT exchanged in volume over the previous year. Web3.0 technologies, such as the metaverse and cryptocurrencies, are becoming increasingly important in our advancement, allowing a small number of investors to benefit significantly. This is a project to keep an eye on because the chances of receiving crucial NFTs are reducing, and given the actions that the project is planned, one should not lose out while there is still time.
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Last Updated May 4, 2022, 4:46 PM IST