How's everybody doing? This time around we are talking to Andras Kristof — Founder of Girls Robots Dragons NFT.
Chris: We have a plethora of artwork tokens released daily on the metaverse. How are Girls Robots and Dragons any different from the crowd?
Andras: There are three main differentiators.
The first one is the utility. The NFTs have redeemable utility traits. Prints, paintings, drawings, all from the authors. There are a few “meeting” traits as well, whoever has that on their NFTs can book a 1-hour video meeting with the artists.
Another great feature is the “autograph” trait – if you have one, you can ask the artists to sign your NFT with a personalized message.
The second differentiating factor is the gamification. A certain percentage of the sale go into a prize pool, and whoever collect the right combination of cards can automatically claim their prize.
Finally, there is the DUST proofing – over a period of a year each NFT will receive DUST tokens (think about it as a continuous airdrop) that will be about equal to the purchase price at the time of the purchase.
Chris: That's interesting! So what exactly is the concept of the artwork behind these tokens? How have the three series been connected and yet maintained unique?
Andras: The artwork is a homage to the lifetime work of the authors – they have been working with all the great project – magic the gathering, world of warcraft, hartstone, star wars, blade runner – you name it. The artwork was created for this particular drop, and was made to summon all those memories that we had when visiting these great imaginary worlds.
Chris: It is noteworthy that only 3000 from the 9000 available tokens will be available in the first drop. When will the rest of the tokens be available for purchase?
Andras: Yes, and they can be acquired to complete your collection. But only the first 3000 will have the utility traits and the DUST proofing.
Chris: Consequently, please explain the minting procedure for the first drop as well as the remaining tokens coming up later.
Andras: The first 3000 tokens can be purchased on the main sale, on the 7th of June, or on the presale a day earlier, if you have an ethercard, or if you sign up for the presale.
The rest of the 6000 will be available a bit later, from an “NFT pool”, so people can complete their collection of 15 main characters.
Chris: What would be the price at which the first 3000 tokens will be sold? Are the prices for the next drop any different?
Andras: The price of the first 3000 cards will be 0.07 ETH, and the 6000 will go for 0.05 ETH
Chris: Also, what is the card game associated with the NFT series? How will it be played? How will the investors participate in the gameplay?
Andras: It is a very simple collecting game, where you can collect the 15 main characters. Every character has 4 levels of rarity, and your prize will depend on the rarity of your collection. The prize pool will be filled directly from the sale, and submitting a collection will automatically result in the right payment as long as the prize pool has the funds.
Chris: Do you also have some super rare tokens available for minting? How will the investors be able to spot them? Will they come at a premium?
Andras: The rarest type, the “Legendary” version will be super rare – might not even occur naturally. But one can create one by putting the right layers together with a “rare” version of the character.
We will provide “the Forge” where you can forge legendary versions if you have the right ingredients.
Chris: In the end, what is on the roadmap of Girls Robots and Dragons? What will be some of the exclusive benefits that investors should look out for?
Andras: The Girls, Robots, Dragons collection has amazing art from fantasy masters, and it has many, many utilities – including physical redeemables, online meetings and autographs. These are combined with a simple but fun game, and the all-important DUST proofing.
Girls, Robots, Dragons, or in short GRD is a statement of artistic quality, and a demonstration of the capabilities of the upcoming galaxis.xyz platform.