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LOS ANGELES, CA – (NewMediaWire) – September 28, 2022 – NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are taking the crypto and art worlds by storm. Currently accounting for nearly 1 percent of the cryptocurrency market, NFTs have been touted by influencers from Gary Vaynerchuk to Justin Bieber and are being adopted by various industries.
This is all for a good reason, as NFTs are the newest way to mint memorabilia and art, such as videos, music, trading cards, digital art, and other items. The industry hit a market cap of more than $15.7 billion in 2021 but is expected to reach values as high as $122.4 billion by the end of 2028.
Looking to make a splash in this emerging market is an innovative new NFT project known as Baby Villains. This collection contains 9,999 NFTs that are backed by the Ethereum blockchain, hosted on IPFS, and stored as ERC-721 tokens.
Each Baby Villains NFT comes with over 150 hand-drawn features and grants the owner membership to a particular play-to-earn game. Buying a Baby Villain NFT will enable the investor to earn rewards in this game while engaging and interacting with other members of the community. It's important to note that the minting process takes about 48-hours, but after this time the buyer can visit OpenSea and check the rarity of their NFT.
When asked what sets Baby Villains apart from the competition, a company representative explained, "What inspired the launch of Baby Villains is the deep passion that the founding team has for Web 3, anime, and digital collectibles as a whole. The project is focused on creating a passionate community that remains engaged throughout the rest of the decade, and even century, unlike other projects that lack utility or are pump and dump scams."
And speaking of the founding team, Baby Villains is backed by professionals with a wide array of industry experience that spans tech product creation for companies such as Disney, Apple, and Google to web developers and entrepreneurs.
Hence, Baby Villains is overseen by experienced individuals who clearly understand what it takes to launch a project successfully. So, rather than putting their focus on whether or not the NFT collection sells out, they are dedicated to ensuring that members of the Baby Villains community are passionate and engaged over the long run.
The team plans to do this by offering unique benefits such as holders' only events, chances at winning free trips, masterminds, free merchandise, access to a bustling digital city within the metaverse, and much more.
As a matter of fact, when this NFT project officially launches, holders will become eligible to not only win rewards in-game but they also get access to airdrops and can monetize their Baby Villain NFT(s).
It's evident that the team at Baby Villains is committed to overseeing one of the world's most premier web 3.0 projects that creates an amazing community centered around a love for gaming, digital collectibles, and the metaverse.
Baby Villains officially launches on October 6, 2022, so investors should mark their calendars and not miss this grand reveal!
Company Details
Name: Bastiano Farran
Company Name: Stage Infinity
City: Los Angeles
State: California
Country: United States

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