PharaGods, a new NFT project, aims to become the first ancient museum in the metaverse, offering art creators the chance to sell their creations.
There are always new NFT projects being launched by tech advocates around the world, but every so often, something comes along that really captures the imagination. In an age when technology is making all kinds of possibilities a reality, it’s the projects that offer real value to the audience that are getting the most attention.
PharaGods, a new NFT project, aims to make a name for itself in the metaverse by offering digital art creators an opportunity to sell their art in the world’s first metaverse ancient museum. It’s a project that goes one step further than the community-driven principles of other NFT projects. In the PharaGods world, members are not just numbers on a screen: they’re part of the family.
And this is a principle that the creators behind the project are willing to back up with action, not just talk. Ownership of one of the 3,333 NFTs within the collection will give the investor access to a wide range of benefits that they cannot get from other blockchain projects.
Artists will be able to make their artwork available to purchase within the project’s virtual space, the exquisitely designed ancient museum. The team also plans to produce exclusive merchandise and hold competitions that’ll send one lucky NFT holder on a fully paid trip to Egypt.
And there’s much more, too. When a person owns an NFT, they don’t just become a passive holder of digital art. They will also earn a passive income. What makes PharaGods stand out from the crowd is that they have an advanced, holder-friendly revenue stream. The team plans to set aside 70% of the royalties of secondary sales for distribution between members. That means that an investor may receive a passive income stream in ETH just by holding one of the highly-detailed PharaGod NFTs.
Aside from the potential financial benefits, this NFT project is also gaining interest because of the high quality of the digital art. That the designs are so detailed and evocative should come as no surprise. After all, the artists behind the project are well-known in the field. The NFTs are the creation of Matt Millard and David Masson.
Both of these artists have plenty of experience working on high-end, highly technical artistic projects. Matt Millard has worked on more than fifty projects that include movies, commercials, and video games and is currently the lead artist at Ready Player One.
Spanish-American artist David Masson has a similarly impressive background. He’s worked on an exceptional set of movies, designing characters for such blockbusters as Venom, Wonder Woman, X-Men Dark Phoenix, Mulan, IT Chapter Two, Lost in Space, Ready Player One, and more. So it’s little wonder that the NFT designs of PharaGods are some of the best in the NFT world.
And there’s more that makes PharaGods stand out from other projects out there, too. In order to be successful, a project must capture the public’s imagination. And that’s just what PharaGods does. As well as offering real value to NFT holders, the project helps to create a narrative that is very much in line with the dreamy possibilities provided by the metaverse.
This is a world that blends the old and the new; there aren’t too many things older than the ancient gods, and there aren’t too many things more modern than the metaverse and NFTs. There is an air of exclusivity connected to the ancient world; though we know a lot about the thoughts and views of this period, it’s something that exists largely outside of the general public.
When people invest in the digital reincarnation of the ancient world, they’re also getting access to a new set of exclusive principles. People who own PharaGods NFTs will gain access to thought leadership pieces and have the chance to network with similarly high-minded people. These ideals touch upon the family aspect of the NFT project, as well as the overall possibilities of the new era of the internet, one that allows people to become the best version of themselves. The team behind PharaGods has shown its commitment to the betterment of society by allocating a percentage of royalties towards donations to Feed The Children, a non-profit that aims to alleviate child hunger.
From the passive income to exclusive content and the family-style community, there’s much to admire about this NFT project that might just have a big impact on the world.