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Gmoney launches an exclusive collection of NFT, Admit One. It will issue an NFT to a select group of people through a free mint, paying homage to the legendary CryptoPunk.
How does Gmoney distribute NFT Admit One?
Admit One is a private group of 1,000 people made up of Web3 enthusiasts, developers, and thought leaders. NFT owners will have access to a close-knit community as diverse and dynamic as possible. Given that there are only 1,000 entrance tickets in this community, Gmoney and the team spent months to calculate the distribution mechanism.
The first 11 Admit One tickets will go to 11 wallets that own all 3 NFT Bitcoin Miami. Apparently, they were the ones who supported Gmoney from the very beginning and this is one of the ways to express their gratitude. Next, 200 seats will be reserved for a hand-selected group of people who will be valuable to the community. More than half of them are influential women in the NFT space.
Gmoney allocates 698 locations for those who have POAP from Bitcoin Miami in June 2021. It also allocates 60 seats for Admit One partners/team members and 30 locations for future distribution. The rest will be available for capture, and if not, for future distribution.
There are so many ways to spread NFT and over the past year we have seen both good and bad.
Gmoney wants the value of the collection to be determined by the community, not him. Next, he wants 100% of the community, including himself, to be on the same boat and work in the same direction. Profiting from the mint will not be consistent with what it preaches.
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