Another NFT Collection that has created a buzz around the community is Art Gobblers. A collection created by television director and voice actor Justin Roiland with the support of Web3 venture company Paradigm.
Justin Roiland is the co-creator of the animated comedy show on TV – Rick and Morty. It is particularly famous amongst the crypto-native group. The collection, which was free to mint, has so far witnessed over 9,600 ETH (approximately $15 million) in trade volume since minting hours ago on Monday night, as per the data from the new NFT marketplace Blur.
Insights into the NFT collection
Each of the collection’s 2,000 NFTs is meant to function as its own on-chain, transferrable art gallery. Owners of the NFTs can “digest” artwork made on the project’s website to add to their “art bellies,” which become curated collections that are also mobile.
Art can be minted with the help of an ERC-20 token named GOO, which is attained by holding Gobblers. The tokenomics get a bit complex – after acquiring GOO, holders can make “Pages,” which are Non-fungible tokens that serve as blank canvases to either digest, trade, or “glaminate” with custom artwork.
The art reveal for the Non-fungible Tokens is slated for Tuesday, but holders and non-holders can make off-chain art on the project’s website as a preview of what’s to come.
At the time of writing, the collection has an exceptional 11 ETH (roughly $17,000) floor price, according to aggregated data from Blur’s NFT marketplace. The collection has a royalty rate of 6.9%, and just under half of the buyers are overlooking the royalty fee by utilizing royalty-optional marketplaces such as Blur and X2Y2.
As per the data from OpenSea, in less than 1 day of trading, the collection is already in the top 10 for October sales volume.
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