The Financial Advisors Club NFTs is now up and running.
This is the first NFT to offer a 25% tax incentive to its holders.
NFTs are now minted live as ERC721 tokens on the ethereum blockchain.
In the cryptocurrency space, unforgeable tokens have become a pretty important thing. As a result, many investors are diving into it. Today, the financial advisor club NFTs announced that it is now minting coins.
According to their official announcement on Twitter, this is the first of its kind.
Also, the team revealed that their Minimum Viable Product will be the first NFT to give holders a 25% bonus from taxes.This means that all NFT enthusiasts can try their Minimum Viable Product (MVP).
To clarify, the Financial Advisors Club is a community of 5,000 unique financial advisors who call themselves “The Fallen.” They like to have a financial advisor’s avatar as their profile picture. The Financial Advisors Club is a branded meme series of 10,000 unique NFT miners, now live on the Ether blockchain as ERC721 tokens.
Specifically, NFTs have been around for a few years, but the market is gaining traction lately. To add to this, NFTs are non-forgeable digital assets that can be bought and sold just like any other traditional artwork. In other words, NFTs create room for tokenization of artworks.
Looking back, one news item that generated a lot of interest in NFTs was the 2011 Nyan Cat animated Gif – a meme of a flying tart cat – that sold for over $500,000. On top of that, a few weeks later, Canadian musician Grimes sold some of her digital art for more than $6 million.
Also, we could go on and on about the many feats that NFTs have achieved since its launch. Due to the many good news surrounding it, many cryptocurrency investors are turning to NFTs.
Finally, according to statistics, Financial Advisors Club NFTs has sold 29 times in the last 7 days. The total sales volume for the Financial Advisors Club was $7.64K. They also recorded an average price of $263.40 for an NFT.