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80 ETH meetbit robot broke a record

80 ETH meetbit robot broke a record

You must have heard about newly emerged NFTs Meebits – which firstly appeared in May 2021. Unlike other NFTs, it started fast. Many virtual forms were sold and about $100 m in sales, as a result, it becomes so popular.

These 3D Meetbits characters have been registered in computer servers all around the world Meebits are 3D characters. Each Meetbit has special aspects registered by an automatic algorithm with A very limited edition.

0x65eb95C5 who now owns 5 meetbits
Bought this bald robot in a black windbreaker with regular dark gray pants for 80 ETH because it is unique and rare unlike others which are about 7 ETH


About Meetbits

Meebits seem to be three-dimensional voxel characters that are created by an unique algorithm and stored on the Ethereum Blockchain. Their ownership is governed by the ERC-721 smart contract, and they are interoperable with all Ethereum-based marketplaces and services.

These 20,000 3D Meebits are designed to resemble famous video game characters such as Minecraft and Roblox. These NFT characters may be used in a variety of different games, virtual worlds, and other applications. These voxel figures in three dimensions may be animated, played, and shared.

Larva Labs began the program in May 2021 and it has expanded at a wave-like pace since then. The makers of these initiatives want to replicate the experience of collecting and trading cards with friends.

Larva Labs has taken it a step further by providing a diverse set of use cases for Meebits, one of which being the ability to swap Meebits for other

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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