Cinder Fae NFT Sets the Golden Standard in MMO-Related NFT Projects

Most NFTs projects these days have been relatively lacking on the utility side of things. Often, developer roadmaps promise much more than they can deliver, resulting in a scramble to produce some semblance of interactivity and disappointed owners. Owners of the forthcoming Cinder Fae NFTs won’t have to worry about disappointment, however, since they’ll be able to leap into the metaverse with one of a kind avatars immediately after minting them.

The Cinder project will launch next month with 11,111 exclusive Cinder Fae avatars carefully designed and curated by veteran artists and game designers. Over 150 traits of varying rarity have been randomly distributed across nine categories of differentiation, guaranteeing that each will be a completely unique work of digital art. But while the Cinder project stands out visually with its striking character design and attention to detail, what really separates these NFTs from other collections is their immediate utility. Each of the Cinder Fae can be utilized immediately as functional and exclusive avatars in Cinder, a digital dreamworld brought to life by blockchain technology.

Cinder NFT owners will be entitled to many benefits, including exclusive day-one access to the Cinder metaverse, a community tag on Discord, surprise airdrops, exclusive events in Cinder and the real world, early access to new features, whitelist access to future drops, and much more. At launch, NFT holders will find a beautiful and fully functional world where its inhabitants can interact through chatting, direct messaging, and avatar animations. Later in 2022 WildWorks will release a proprietary set of in-world creative tools enabling owners to design and customize their own avatars, social spaces, and other items in Cinder, which they can tokenize as new NFTs and sell for cryptocurrency. Nevertheless, early investors will still have the advantage of owning one of a kind avatars that will forever be unique and instantly recognizable.

WildWorks, the company behind the Cinder project, observed that the NFT rollout process usually seems backwards. Developers produce and tokenize NFT characters first, sell them, then set to work building a virtual world for them to inhabit.

“We built the world and the Fae together, and turned them loose in there to look around and make the place presentable,” said Clark Stacey, CEO of WildWorks. “Now we’re going to tokenize and sell them.”

The Cinder team takes the preservation of the environment very seriously, so after extensive research they chose the Solana blockchain technology for its eco-friendly validation network and smart contract capability. NFT’s have long drawn criticism for the energy cost and carbon footprint concomitant with validating transactions by “mining” proof-of-work blockchains like Ethereum. However, because the Solana blockchain doesn’t require mining, the developer calculates that Cinder NFTs will have no more carbon impact than credit card transactions.

Ultimately, the Cinder metaverse aims to foster a community for like-minded individuals to meet, create, explore, and even profit in a world of wonder and mystery. The world of Cinder aims to become a habitat for the nomadic vanguard, the jesters, world builders, explorers and storytellers pushing humanity towards its next evolutionary leap.

Learn more about Cinder Fae NFT by following the project on Instagram and Twitter. Join the project’s Discord server for more live updates.




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