NFT Platform Launched Based on Near Protocol
The developers of the Gonear project announced the launch of a new revolutionary decentralized non-fungible token (NFT) platform based on the Near Protocol. This platform is for fundraising and initial offering of digital collections.
The company said it is using an innovative concept called Initial NFT Offering (INO) to help artists raise funds to launch potentially interesting NFT projects. Through a digital art crowdfunding system, they hope to enable creators and investors to reap the maximum benefit.
The founders of the service, Zak Min and Sylvia Koch, announced their intention to turn the paradigm and idea of the NFT world. They want to stimulate the entire sector to create new masterpieces and teach the community how to work with limited edition virtual items.
Project investors will be encouraged through a reward system, and creators will be able to issue limited edition NFTs in a decentralized way. To do this, they received a convenient platform for minting and a huge community ready to purchase their work.
Gonear will be managed through a DAO, and members of the board can be funds and venture capitalists, influencers, crypto communities, as well as large media companies. Gonear will allow the community to vote on projects to be included in the launch list.
According to the company’s plans, the platform will launch a test fundraising campaign and form a Governing Council in the first quarter of 2022. The start of the Whitelist, IDO and DEX listing program is scheduled for the same period.
Earlier, Crypto.ru reported that Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin announced the idea of a new concept for NFT. He wants to make them “bound to the soul.” This idea is borrowed from the MMORPG game World of Warcraft.