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The Beanie Free NFT Mint is no longer available for free

The Beanie Free NFT Mint is no longer available for free

Beanie, a well-known NFT influencer, recently announced the release of ‘End Game,’ a new free NFT P2E game. “Kicking off free mint szn with this Putin inspired P2E by @look labs,” Beanie tweeted on March 9th.

After the NFT community expressed different worries about the claimed ‘free mint,’ Beanie has decided to leave Twitter once again. Basically, not everything is as it seems, and the mint appears to be unavailable to everybody. There is a whitelist, but that isn’t the end of it. It turns out that in order to claim it, you’ll need another NFT.

You must first get a ‘Look Labs Game Key’ in order to receive one of these ‘free NFTs.’ To receive a ‘Looks Labs Game Key,’ you must first earn a ‘Green Pass,’ which then becomes a ‘Game Key.’ In the meanwhile, the cost of a ‘Green Pass’ is 0.64 ETH ($1646.90). So it’s not quite free at 0.64 ETH.

Of course, Beanie is technically correct. Those with 0.64 ETH to spare may get a free ‘Green Pass.’ The NFT community has come a long way since last year’s hysteria and countless scams. Fortunately, they are now quick to evaluate NFT concepts that seem to be too good to be true.

Moreover, a number of people spoke out against Beanie’s claims of free NFT. “Sorry, Beanie,” Josh, as @DegenNFTs, tweeted, “But you gave the impression that it would be a free stealth drop. You never once said it was tied to any other project or that you needed an NFT to claim. Let’s be real here.”

About Nicolle

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

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