Animoca Brands and Quidd Launch Mintables to Support NFT Minting
Mintables is a novel feature designed to address crucial issues and foster growth in the NFT space by giving power to collectors.
Animoca Brands, and its subsidiary, Quidd have announced a new feature named Mintables. This feature will allow collectors to mint and un-mint NFTs from digital collectibles on the Ethereum network.
The CEO of Quidd, Michael Bramlage, said,
“With Mintables, we are delivering user choice in addition to true digital ownership. Why should the platform decide if a digital item should be on a bockchain, or even which blockchain? The mintables give real power to the collectors.”
Facts About Mintables
Minting has been a big issue in the NFT industry. Minting NFTs is very expensive for mainstream collectors, while for established NFT enthusiasts, ‘officially-licensed branded NFTS’ are usually trapped in centralized applications and custodial wallets.
For newbies, Mintables will save cost and time and is pretty easy to use. For NFT enthusiasts, it will provide ‘off-the-shelf interoperability’ with top NFT marketplaces such as Rarible and OpenSea. Users can mint and un-mint Mintables at will, thus, playing a significant role in the NFT ecosystem. It will also benefit the collectors on Quidd by preserving the collector’s ownership and the item’s metadata.
Atari Digital Collectibles is the first officially licensed collection on the Quidd website for an introductory price of $3 per mint. The collection boasts breathtaking digital trading cards and 3D video game cartridges of top arcade and console games. In addition, this collection features special people behind the game, such as the co-creator of the classic game centipede and one of the first female programmers at Atari, Dona Bailey, and the legendary Al Alcorn who was an employee at Atari.
Quidd is also partnering with GAMEE to launch Mintables during a week-long GAMEE platform event.