Bliv.Club adopts Goblin Town NFT as its official mascot

NEW DELHI: Bliv.Club, a NFT derivative platform aiming to democratize public access to the NFT market and increase liquidity in the NFT ecosystem, has acquired Goblin Town NFT #4060 and adopting it as their official mascot.

Goblin Town started as a free-to-mint NFT project on the Ethereum blockchain, issuing a total of 9,999 NFTs. The project took off and the NFT collection is now the top collection on OpenSea in terms of trading volume in the last 30 days. Despite the market being in turmoil Golbin Town has received over $55 million in sales in the last 30 days, according to OpenSea data.

In a statement Abhishek Kumar Gupta, co-founder of Bliv.Club said, “We at Bliv.Club love NFTs and are working to make them the forefront of Web3 ecosystem by launching financial products on top of NFTs that allows everyone to participate in the NFT market by hedging against a single NFT risk and enhance returns on NFT assets, rather than simply buying and holding them. We decided to make an NFT collection as our official mascot because we are an NFT-focused company.”

Anyone can participate in Goblin Town and send a message to the entire world about their commitment to adding value to their community. When asked why they went with Goblin Town, Abhishek commented, “We believe that a project’s team and community are extremely important. We had been looking for a gem similar to CryptoPunks and Bored Ape Yacht Club for quite some time, and when we discovered Goblin Town, it was a no-brainer.”

Goblin Town began with a community-focused launch. Their website features art visuals, a custom soundtrack, and two goblins texting each other, conveying a playful and comedic tone in their brand voice. If you dig deeper into their website, you’ll discover additional areas with the same playful goblin messaging,” Abhishek added in the statement.

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