A fully decentralized encrypted NFT-based bulletin board was launched.

Cell Land says that it gives 14,400 brands the opportunity to buy pixels – and it can generate millions of unique views per month.

In general, the dimensions of the whiteboard are 900 x 1600 pixels. A total of 14,400 cells are ready to be captured, each 10 x 10 pixels in size.

Each hive can be rented in a safe and decentralized manner, and ownership can also be transferred to others without third-party intervention.

A large part of Cell Land’s properties were recently donated to Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao, who received the most support in the Twitter campaign.

About 2880 cells can not be purchased now. How this room will be used will be decided by a community vote at a later date. An independent decentralized organization was established so that token holders have an influence in the future direction of the project.

It is worth noting that there are two types of tokens operating in this ecosystem. Well CELL is an NFT that certifies that a person owns a particular cell on a bulletin board. CLD is a tool design developed in accordance with the ERC-20 standard.

More information from CELL LAND here

Paid
There seems to be a lot of interest in what Cell Land has to offer. Last month, the project posted a screenshot of an empty OpenSea bulletin board in NFT format. An unknown user later bought it for 8.4 ETH, which at the time was worth around $ 20,000.

In the not too distant future, there will be two consecutive screens – one when the bulletin board is half full and one when each pixel is counted.

Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam predicted that 90% of NFTs would be useless within three to five years, but Cell Land believes the technology behind this asset class will prove to be incredibly valuable and important in the long run.

A series of launches are planned for the next 12 months. The big sale of Cell Lands NFT and the symbol that supports the platform will begin. The Ad Manager panel will also appear for the first time, and mining will be detected using Proof of Action.

Source: CoinTelegraph

LEAVE A REPLY