As the larger cryptocurrency market struggles, NFT series’ continue to innovate. The recent example is from the World of Women team, that lately airdropped “capacitors” to holders of the World of Women NFT core series and the World of Women Galaxy series. Below is everything about the Airdrop so far.
• “Blue” capacitors went to WoW holders, and “green” to WoWG holders.
• The capacitors are virtual houses created in collaboration with OnCyber
• The airdrop came after a long period of mysterious clues from the WoW team
• The Lore-building is part of a storyline which includes a villain and various activation.
While the WoW team wrote in a Medium post, the project’s airdrop of capacitors helps fulfill a long-term goal of uniting holders beyond simple NFTs with profile pictures. As the WoW NFTs are essential, they are only one component of the digital identity they can have, a goal which the WoW team is moving towards.
WoW CEO Shannon Snow, stated that the airdrop is the next iteration of the WoWverse, that allows owners to build their digital identity in new and creative ways. The keywords in this venture are the “building of” and “empowerment” of digital identities.
This is not the team’s initial attempt to cross over from the first NFT series’ and enter the metaverse. A few months ago, it teamed up with The Sandbox to release the WoW Foundation, that plans to get more women into the Web3. As part of this collaboration, The Sandbox agreed to create voxel characters of all 10,000 original World of Women NFTs for the NFTs’ holders.
NFT teams continue to create even in during bear market
Although the cryptocurrency market has struggled over the past few months, NFT teams have continued to push for new ways to empower their important holders. Below are three stories covered which show NFT leadership is still creating.
Initially, Yoga Lab. The company behind the BAYC and Mutant Ape Yacht Club series’ has been active throughout 2022. In April, it purchased the CryptoPunks and Meebits series’ from Larva Labs. Thereafter, it released its metaverse named The Otherside. That NFT drop caused the raising of $300 million and an intense gas war for the NFTs.
Second and lastly, there’s the team behind Moonbirds, a well-known NFT series. Kevin Rose, the man behind the show, decided to license all the artwork in the collection under a Creative Commons license, effectively putting it under the public domain. As there was criticism of the move, Rose said it was in line with Web3’s ethos.
As the teams mentioned above, the World of Women leadership is creating and bringing excitement to its NFT holders as well. The airdrop is big news, and the information building could bring more surprises.