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Boohoo to launch its second NFT drop

Boohoo to launch its second NFT drop

After the success of the initial free NFT drop, boohoo confirms a second NFT drop, cooperating with four female artists.

Boohoo keeps up with its responsibility to conduct women representation and build the digital world more comprehensive space. In addition, it has collaborated with four female artists from the NFT community to create an reasonable and comprehensive avatar series.

Meantime, the collaborated artists include Amy Kilner, Reem El, Aoife O’Dwyer and Shar.eth. The artists have created 230 exclusive features and characteristics, considering statement fashion pieces from boohoo’s product range. Additionally, using these features, boohoo has amassed a creative series of 30,000 NFT avatars for their second drop.

Primarily, boohoo stepped into the world of metaverse by launching its free boohooverse Access Pass. In deed, the initial collection of NFTs were created in partnership with female artists and GMGN labs as well.

In the initial boohoo NFT drop, people asked for Amy Kilner’s NFTs within 2.5 hours. In addition, it caused a significant increase in website traffic and caused it to crash.

Boohoo’s NFT drop comes with a collection of utilities for all users, such as:

• Access to upcoming metaverse projects.
• Access to a gated discord community.
• Entry to boohooverse events.

Boohoo holders have the opportunity to win:

• £1000 travel voucher
• 3 x £500 cash
• 2 x £250 boohoo coupons
• 10 x 50% lifetime discount

Meantime, boohoo planed to launch a pre-sale of its second NFT drop on May 15.

About Humano

He is a freelance writer based in Turkey. He loves NFTs, football, film and technology.

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