Xtingles, a mobile-first platform that uses NFT technology to store ASMR art, is launching its dedicated ASMR NFT marketplace this week.
Xtingles is launching the first global marketplace dedicated to Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) art stored as non-fungible tokens (NFT). In conjunction with the launch this week, Xtingles is also announcing the debut of its first ASMR NFT, “Free Like a Butterfly,” – an art piece about freeing yourself and finding a path to becoming who you truly are.
According to Andrew Fai, Xtingles’ Chief Visionary Officer, ’Free Like a Butterfly’ “leverages the unique communicative qualities of ASMR to help you find a path to becoming who you truly are and breaking free from constructs.”
Those who have already listened to the track have described the experience as like “floating weightlessly into the clouds and feeling like everything is possible.”
The drop will have a mint price of 29 FUSD, a stable coin issued on Flow Blockchain that is redeemable 1-to-1 with US Dollars. Anyone with a credit/debit card can buy in, and the drop will be available for five days to allow potential buyers enough time to get a hold of FUSDs.
However, in addition to buying FUSD, prospective buyers will have to go through a mandatory “know your customer” (KYC) process with Moonpay. This verification process normally takes about 10 minutes to complete, so it shouldn’t cause any issues.
Most NFT drops nowadays involve intense FOMO and expensive gas fees, but Xtingles – a platform that emphasizes a fun and pleasant experience for all – allows all collectors the opportunity to participate in their favorite ASMR NFT drops without stressful time restraints.
Xtingles is aiming to deliver ASMR to 1 billion people, and the company states that its vision is to create a community-first ASMR metaverse.
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