• An NFT Platform was chosen as one of the top eight CoinList Seed platforms

  • CoinList named Creaticles, an NFT platform, as one of the most promising projects for 2021.

    Creaticles claims to be the first bespoke NFT platform in the world. Its goal is to connect buyers looking to acquire specific art with talented and curated artists.

    According to the announcement, the project was chosen as one of eight of the most promising from 500 crypto startups to participate in the CoinList Fall Seed batch.

    The platform is currently running on the Ethereum testnet, with plans to launch on the mainnet on Ethereum and Polygon in Q4 2021.

    CoinList, on the other hand, is a platform for new crypto projects to get a head start. It aims to provide early access to new projects and tokens before they are listed on major exchanges.

    Creaticles is a marketplace for NFT requests.

    Creaticles is an NFT request marketplace where users can request specific NFTs. The platform then distributes the projects to the artist community. It provides several reward options for creators who respond to requests, for which users must pay in ETH.

    Tiered rewards are possible in the Funnel mode. The requester pays the entire prize to the winner or creator of the chosen NFT in single-mode.

    Creaticles, on the other hand, has created its own native token, $CRTL, through platform activity participation. A token will be generated if you request to submit an NFT.

    “The NFT space is heating up, and new projects are emerging on a daily basis,” said Trevor Keith, co-founder of Creaticles. “For CoinList, we were one of the most unique and promising NFT projects they’d seen, addressing a real and relatable issue in the space.”

    News Concerning NFT

    In related news, Coinbase, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States, announced its own NFT platform today, though it did not specify a launch date.

    On October 13th, the announcement was made in a blog post. The company stated that NFTs would be based on Ethereum standards and would initially be available to customers in the United States.

    Coinbase is entering a crowded market that includes NFT marketplaces from OpenSea, FTX, and Binance.

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