The waiting is coming to an end! NFT Bunny is ready to launch. Here’s a date to mark on your calendar: 31 January.
Just under two more weeks of waiting and the platform will be live. In the meantime, the team has released a preview of what it will look like.
NFT Bunny preview
NFT Bunny will be NFT’s first social marketplace. At launch on 31 January, users will be able to access a full-fledged NFT pinboard.
Clicking or searching for an individual artist will land them on the desired profile and they will first see the NFTs created by that artist.
You will also be able to see those for sale and those owned but not for sale.
The social wall will be added later.
As you can see from this preview, which takes the profile of the co-founder Paolo Pacitto as an example, you will be able to see the number of NFTs created and followers. The wall shows the most interesting NFTs, to the right is a list of users with whom you can chat, and at the top are further suggested NFTs.
Many new features coming soon
The launch of the platform is just one of many new features on NFT Bunny.
The BUN token, whose presale ended on 6 January, will soon be announced. The methods for claiming the token for those who took part in the private sale and for those who took part in the giveaways will be announced.
Another news concerns the Italian community: a Telegram channel exclusively dedicated to them has been opened, which integrates the official channel where the community can interact using the English language.
The countdown has officially begun. NFT Bunny is coming. In the meantime, keep following us on our channels.
- Official website: nftbunny.com
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/NFTBunnyReal
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nftbunnyofficial
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nftbunnyofficial/
- Telegram: https://t.me/nftbunnyofficial
- Telegram ITA: https://t.me/nftbunnyita
- Medium: https://www.facebook.com/nftbunnyofficial
- Discord: https://discord.com/invite/HEZdmJ9H98
*This article has been paid. The Cryptonomist didn’t write the article nor has tested the platform.