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Particlon whitelist giveaway and AMA Monday 4th April, 3.30 GMT Particlon whitelist giveaway and AMA Monday 4th April, 3.30 GMT

Particlon whitelist giveaway and AMA Monday 4th April, 3.30 GMT

Charged Particles founders will be joining Cryptoslate for an exclusive AMA on Twitter Spaces to talk about their upcoming generative NFT drop, Particlon.

Particlon whitelist giveaway and AMA Monday 4th April, 3.30 GMT

Cover art/illustration via CryptoSlate

We are teaming up with Charged Particles for another AMA today, April 4th, at 3.30 PM GMT via Twitter Spaces. You can set a reminder via our pinned tweet or the link below. We will be giving away the last few whitelist spots for the upcoming Particlon drop which takes place on April 5th.

Charged Particles NFTs can hold nested tokens and other digital assets resulting in yield-bearing art. Owners can gain interest on Aave aTokens nested within their NFTs, as well as reap the benefit from any appreciation in the price of the artwork itself.

Particlon is a generative NFT project using the Charged Particles infrastructure. There are over 10,000 avatars across 3 worlds and 4 species all with unique abilities and attributes. Each mint will include a unique avatar as well as a random allocation of the Particlon Utility Token which will be used for “in-game weapons”. The second stage of their roadmap highlights the opportunity for holders to claim a 3D rendering of their avatar for use in “game and metaverse integrations”. Quite how this will work is something I hope to get into in the AMA.

Join us on Twitter today, April 4th at 3.30 PM GMT, for a chance to get whitelisted for the drop and to find out more about this exciting project. If you miss the live AMA you will be able to listen back to the recording at any time.

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