NFT Bunny bridges the gap between social media and the crypto universe
NFT Bunny bridges the gap between social media and the crypto universe
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NFT Bunny bridges the gap between social media and the crypto universe

By Amelia Tomasicchio - 8 Nov 2021

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NFT Bunny will hit the market soon. The dApp, based on web 3.0 standards and an EthOS smart contract ecosystem, will allow creators, influencers and artists to create, sell (through a marketplace) and exchange their own limited edition content in a secure and transparent environment.

The NFT boom

The recent NFT boom has given rise to Crypto Art, which has been booming over the past year, with works and digital objects being auctioned for hundreds of thousands or millions of euros.

Suffice it to say that in the first quarter of 2021, NFT transactions moved more than $2 billion, with Mike Winkelmann, A.K.A. Beeple, who saw his digital work fetch a record $69 million at Christie’s. Or with Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter, who sold his first tweet as an NFT for $2.5 million.

With this new opportunity, every creator or artist has the chance to create exclusive content and monetize it, but to do so it is necessary to rely on a platform that is safe for their privacy and guarantees integrity for all.

NFT Bunny, social media meets the crypto universe

Social media has always been an inexhaustible source of digital content, but current platforms are not designed to give importance and value to creators who want to grow their business based on their skills and unique and special content.

That’s where NFT Bunny comes in, a platform that caters specifically to VIPs, influencers, artists and celebrities.

Today, all these categories of creators, who monetize through existing social networks, have a new opportunity: thanks to NFT Bunny they can grow their business by easily creating exclusive content and earn money from the sale of their NFTs.

Through an integrated marketplace, they will be able to sell exclusive content, displayed on the platform, privately or publicly, depending on their preference, and secure royalties on future sales.

NFT Bunny is dedicated to bridging the gap between the work of a social media influencer and the crypto universe, educating creators and users on this new way of buying and collecting content, and providing a safe and affordable service.

Each media/NFT created by an artist is registered (tokenized) on the blockchain making it unique and can be owned, and exchanged either privately, between one user and another directly through independently managed wallets, or publicly, between a user and the public, through a Marketplace and auction system.

By storing content ownership data on the blockchain, value is restored to media and artistic content that, over the years, with current social networks, has lost value or has never been properly appreciated and valued.

Web 3.0, EthOS and BUN, the token at the heart of the DAPP

Within NFT Bunny there is a digital wallet for each creator to store and sell NFTs and Tokens.

The NFT Bunny Token, called BUN, is a token whose operation is based on the Ethereum blockchain and is in fact at the heart of the NFT Bunny token economy.

This is because the platform is first and foremost a DAPP, understood as a web application that will adopt web 3.0 standards and a smart contract ecosystem in which EthOS falls.

Both technologies enable the creation and management of so-called DFOs. A Decentralized Flexible Organization is a set of contracts publishable through the DAPP and linked to the EthOS contracts themselves.

These contracts are linked to those of a DFO created ad hoc, so NFT Bunny is also a Decentralized Flexible Organization.

The platform will be launched on Tuesday 30 November. 

In the meantime, stay up to date with the latest NFT Bunny news and participate in the pre-registration here: https://nftbunny.com, the first 1000 registrants will receive 1000 BUN tokens.

*This article has been paid. The Cryptonomist didn’t write the article nor has tested the platform.

Amelia Tomasicchio

As expert in digital marketing, Amelia began working in the fintech sector in 2014 after writing her thesis on Bitcoin technology. Previously author for several international crypto-related magazines and CMO at Eidoo. She is now the co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Cryptonomist. She is also a marketing teacher at Digital Coach in Milan and she is writing a book about NFTs for the Italian publishing house Mondadori, while she is also helping artists and company to entering in the sector.

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