Here's how some of our esteemed users leveraged DropKit to launch their NFT's!
Jimena is a 1 of 1 artist using DropKit. She is a veteran Coinbase NFT artist who uses our tools to create unique experiences on her roadmap to empower under-represented artists and her work towards creating mental health awareness. On her Portals drop. Jimena had multiple pre-sales tiers in which she had price increases from one phase to the next.
Abducting Collective's approach focused more on community building. The project combined our tools to have a dynamic roadmap leading to his project being sold out. He was one of the first creators to use our revenue split in a unique way.
Award-winning NFT project Not Your Bro ran a follow-up project to express the Dark Side of their vibrant, colorful creations. Not Your Demons is a project that allows the holders of their first drop, Not Your Bro, to mint their dark side counterparts. All Not your Bro holders were entitled to free mint in the pre-sale phase. Not Your Demons eventually opened to public minting and increased their mint price.
Another striking move is that the Not Your Bro team used an evolving pre-reveal placeholder. In the count down to their public sale and reveal date, they uploaded a different placeholder daily for three days which made the pre-reveal images "evolve" per day on OpenSea.
JeffJag is a multi-drop creator with NiftyKit. Following his widely successful drops like FiatHedz and SHWDOBXO. He chose to have a pre-sale list for his latest drop "RentHedz" exclusively to his collectors from previous drops and to DropKit holders.
Takashi Murakami is a well-known contemporary artist but doesn't limit his scope to traditional art. His exposure is vast having experiences in fine arts media, as well as commercial. He and his project Murakami.Flowers are an inspiration to contemporary artists who believe in innovation.
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