“Pluto Alliance” by BitBoy Crypto, a popular crypto YouTuber, has partnered with Ether Cards to provide the NFT Collection with advanced traits, utility, and $Dust. Through this collaboration his NFTs can become truly dynamic, evolving to meet the community’s needs and connecting to the real world.
Pluto Alliance, launched on Sep 15, consists of 10,000 randomly generated aliens called Plutonians. Each alien selects 7 random attributes from a possibility of 294 billion unique options. In addition to the ability to evolve and have real-world utility, Ether Cards’ native community token, Dust will be dropped to the entire Pluto Alliance ecosystem. The community already consists of 3,000 owners, with almost $2.5m in secondary sales.
The Dust tokens can be exchanged via the Ether Cards exchange pools for a variety of NFTs including 27 CryptoPunks. The value of these Punks alone totals more than $10 million. Other NFTs soon to be available for exchange with Dust include Meebits, Mike Tysons, and Alpha and Founder Ether Cards.
“This partnership is exactly why we built the Ether Cards platform, that is, to transition NFTs from their static nature into truly dynamic and engaging collections that can be used to continually interact with communities,” Ether Cards Founder Andras Kristof stated, “Ben is very forward-thinking when it comes to the NFT space and we are excited to work with him and his team.”
This partnership will help to bring visibility of Ether Cards technology to Bitboy’s 5 million social media followers. BitBoy Crypto will also look to integrate Ether Cards technology into upcoming projects and partnerships.
Ether Cards is a dynamic NFT platform allowing anyone to launch their own NFT collection with traits, utility, and the ability to evolve. NFTs can be connected to real-world events and outcomes, changing on time based on this data. Ether Cards technology is behind some of the most popular NFT drops of 2021 like LaMelo Ball, Steve Aoki, DirtyRobot, and Mike Tyson NFTs. They are also partnered with some of the biggest names in the industry including Chainlink, Brave, Ethereum Foundation, and the Ethereum Name Service.