Coinbase NFT, the crypto industry’s upcoming NFT marketplace, has partnered with Mekaverse NFT Collection.
— Coinbase NFT (@Coinbase_NFT) November 12, 2021
Mekaverse is a story about a future world in which “drivers fight in a world divided into four Factions.” So that’s the point of this tweet.
What exactly is Meka?
If you haven’t heard enough about it, here’s a quick rundown.
Meka is one of the most interesting NFT projects out there. Meka, inspired by the Japanese Mecha Universe, introduces “8,888 unique Mekas in need of drivers.”
If you’ve seen the movie Pacific Rim or read some old-school manga, you’ll understand what I’m talking about.
Meka is best known for its intricate and lovely art. Within a few days, the project had gathered 250k Discord members.
The 8,888 Mekas are divided into four categories: Originals Meka, Mirage, F9, and Gadians. The palette collection has 236 different types of palettes, which are divided into ten attributes. The price varies greatly depending on the characteristics and rarity.
The gold Mekas, which account for only 0.07 percent of the total collection, had a floor price of 60 ETH. The less common ones had 10 ETH.
Controversy and the Arrival of Coinbase
However, the project lost steam in the following days as a result of various rumors and widespread criticism.
The current floor price of Meka is 1.8 ETH. Hopefully, collaborating with Coinbase and expanding their ecosystem will help things improve.
The marketplace’s release date has yet to be announced, but joining the waitlist will grant you early access.