- NFT.io is giving away free NFTs for waitlist participants.
- The NFT marketplace is currently in a closed beta testing.
- It allows users to mint, buy and sell NFTs, hold auctions and bids, and receive rewards.
NFT.io, an upcoming NFT marketplace by Enjin, announced that they will be offering free NFTs to those who sign up to the waitlist ahead of the marketplace’s prelaunch.
The NFT marketplace also shared a sneak peak of the NFTs that users can grab during its prelaunch giveaway.
NFT.io will be integrated with Enjin wallet 2.0, which allows individuals and companies to tokenize and sell their digital creations into the global market. Users will be able to mint, buy and sell digital goods, hold auctions and receive bids, and receive rewards through Efinity integration.
Efinity is a Polkadot-backed next-generation blockchain for NFTs. Users are able to earn staking rewards by holding NFTs in a wallet on Efinity. Artists and partners of NFT.io, along with Enjin also offer free NFT every week.
The prelaunch giveaway offers an exclusive and limited edition NFTs to those who join its waitlist. Specifically, to win an NFT, participants must join the waitlist by logging in using their email, Facebook, Google, or Twitter accounts. Also, top 1,000 participants who collect the most points will obtain additional prizes. These include exclusive NFTs backed by ENJ token.
The official Twitter page of NFT.io showed a teaser video of the classification of NFTs that users will receive by winning the prelaunch giveaway.
The prelaunch NFTs include common, rare, epic, legendary, and mythic NFTs. Moreover, according to the waitlist website, the prelaunch giveaway will end 21 days from today.
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