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Sailing the OpenSea: Entrope, Obits, Exospheres & More

BY Langston Thomas

October 02, 2021

Ahoy & GM weary traveler,

Traversing the vast expanse of the world’s largest NFT marketplace has become a bit daunting, hasn’t it?

Well fret not, I’ve been venturing far and wide with the simple goal of unearthing the most innovative and awe-inspiring NFT projects out there!

In this weekly column, I’ll share all sorts of discoveries with you – big, small, new and old. So all aboard the S.S. WAGMI to marvel at what I’ve found whilst Sailing the OpenSea

Entrope

In the spirit of gamifying NFTs, Entrope has offered up a unique collecting experience. Capped at a 2,358 supply, Entrope’s generative NFTs come with a collaborative element that transforms their art over time.

Each Entrope starts as a simple circle that evolves with each sale. Each time an NFT is transferred, a new circle is added and connected to the last circle in the chain. The floor for this interesting generative art experiment is currently 0.2 ETH.

Obits

Obits is a CryptoPunk derivative project based on the controversial event of Robness burning CryptoPunk #2317. With a max supply of 7,132, these generative collectibles present a simple PFP concept with a few interesting components added in.

Apart from the spooky, undead CryptoPunk art, the devs behind Obits have ventured into the IRL, posting QR codes (or “Skeleton Keys”) that link to a single wallet address to be used for secret giveaways. With more twists and turns to be announced, entry into Obits community costs around 0.09 ETH.

Exospheres

Exospheres are 99 unique 3D planets from the mind of digital artist Clement Morin. With varying combinations of color, landscapes, atmospheric traits and more, these incredible worlds have been flying off the metaphorical shelves.

With a current supply of 33, collectors will be pleased to know there’s still a chance to snag one of these whimsical 1/1s. As the floor has settled around 7 ETH, the 66 still to drop may be the only chance for non-whales to collect.

KingFrogs

Airdrops have been all the rage for 2021 avatar projects. As project developers have continued to provide value to their collectors via free-to-claim NFTs, KingFrogs is one of the latest community incentives made available to holders of Sup Ducks.

As a collection of 20,000 NFTs, half of the KingFrogs supply was up for grabs to anyone who owned a Sup Duck, and the other half available via a public dutch auction. With a floor of 0.22 ETH, these friendly frogs allow anyone to join the Sup Ducks community without having to shell out 3+ ETH.

Stimaes

Stimaes is a collection of colorful and geometric generative art NFTs. After studying three separate pieces from Matisse, the AI algorithm behind Stimaes created all 333 unique tokens in this collection.

For those who have dreamed about owning a Matisse, these derivatives may be the next best thing. Although they live on the blockchain, these beauties will cost you a pretty penny with the floor sitting around 6 ETH.

PEACEFUL GROUPIES

One of the latest projects to launch in the ever-growing PFP ecosystem is PEACEFUL GROUPIES. This collection of 10,000 colorful NFTs depicts a wide variety of eccentric festival-goers living on the blockchain.

With art from seasoned crypto artist yonFrula, PEACEFUL GROUPIES are centered around the PEACEVOID community. Having received support from an array of prominent NFT influencers, the current cost to enter the groupie group is 0.75 ETH.

Stampu

Stampu is a new NFT project that allows collectors to send digital greetings to friends and acquaintances throughout the metaverse. Featuring 10 multi-edition NFTs from talented crypto-artists like DeeKay Kwon, Miguelgarest and more, there’s more to this project than meets the eye.

Collecting a Stampu allows the owner to send messages, Stampu NFTs, and ETH all in one. When a postcard is sent, the Stampu NFT is transferred to the recipient for them to use or keep. There are quite a few Stampu pieces available on the secondary market starting at 0.05 ETH.

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