ID Gotchi: 7885
I’m proposing a valueless airdrop+a separate claimable airdrop for every address that ever interacted with an NFT, both airdrops would be on the polygon network. I’d like for the claimable airdrop to be something new and interesting like a boombox+cassette, rather than another hat.
The first airdrop is just a newly-created, long-named NFT with a link that gives you information on how to claim the wearable airdrop. It will be an ERC1155 NFT airdropped in everyone’s wallets which interacted with OpenSea.
-There will be an initial airdrop wave to all OpenSea users and then a second airdrop wave to all NFT lovers(CryptoKitties, CryptoPunks, Axie Infinity, Rarible users, etc.)
-These NFTs should be easy to generate months and years after the initial airdrop so nobody attempts to buy off the entire current supply of 300k wearables and turn it into the next partyhat.
Because OpenSea finally supports Matic and people can see their NFT airdrops from Matic even if they are on the Ethereum network I say this is the perfect use for a cheap mass airdrop to OpenSea users and NFT lovers in general.
I looked into Mintgate.io and what they can do is take an existing token and add a hidden link, PNG, any content to whoever owns that specific NFT or a number of those said NFTs. If possible I would like to create a channel in the Aavegotchi discord that sends the newbies directly to said channel with a role associated to them automatically for owning said NFT.
Uses for these extremely common and easy to acquire NFTs may be discussed and implemented at later dates.
Wide exposure for Aavegotchi.
Extremely cheap and easy to execute.
Does not destroy the economy like Murall did.
People bored that the drop is worth nothing.
An extremely slim chance of devaluing the current wearables.
I’m hoping to combine this with notorious_BTC’s vanity/skin wearables idea if the boombox+caasette, or 8-bit video game cartridge NFT doesn’t come in time. We could also do actual rare wearable drops for those who initially claimed a vanity airdrop and interacted with the community, but that’s up for discussion for later for another thread.