- MakersPlace listed Pak’s NFT collection including Merge, LostPoets, and The Creation on its secondary marketplace.
- The platform has also announced a Collector’s Giveaway.
- In this Giveaway, ‘Merge’ tokens will be gifted to lucky community members.
Pak, a mysterious yet popular name in the NFT community whose artworks are perceived as a portal to a world of intriguing possibilities, has expanded his collections to MakersPlace, a marketplace for rare digital art.
The platform has listed Pak’s NFTs as verified third-party collections on its secondary marketplace. ‘Merge’ was first dropped on Nifty Gateway, LostPoets on its independent website lostpoets.xyz, and ‘The Creation’ on the MakersPlace itself.
Now, the collectors can buy or sell these NFT collections without much hassle at MakersPlace’s secondary market. As an added bonus, If you purchase any artwork from one of these collections, the platform allows you to benefit from guaranteed authenticity and a low commission fee of only 0.5%.
Pak’s ‘Merge’ works on a complex mechanism that allows collectors to merge many “mass” NFTs into a single dynamic ‘Merge’ NFT. Suppose, you have mass(1), and then you buy mass(2), you will end up with one merged token mass(30). Such that, as the number grows, ‘Merge’ NFT visually grows larger with greater mass.
The ‘Merge’ project is about as exciting as it sounds, no wonder it has made a total sale of $91.8 million in just 48 hours. To celebrate the launch of the record-smashing Merge collection on its platform, Makersplace has announced a Collector’s Giveaway.
As per the blogpost, “MakersPlace will purchase multiple Merge NFTs listed on its secondary marketplace and gift the tokens to lucky community members. Past or present collectors of Pak’s creations (including The Creation, or Terminus) as well as current owners of LostPoets and Merge with a verified account and connected wallet will be automatically entered into the giveaway.”
Pak’s other experimental programmable NFT collections LostPoets, and The Creation are also listed on the secondary marketplace. LostPoets includes 65536 obtainable NFTs and 1024 origin NFTs. This project will unfold through 6 acts, and currently, it is on Act 3 “The Explorer” phase.
Needless to say, Pak’s creations are as cryptic as his persona. His work is not only limited to NFTs but extends beyond. His new NFT collection “Censored” in collaboration with Julian Assange is on the way. Through his influence in the NFT community, he is spreading the word of freedom to support true journalism.
When a Twitter user asked if Makersplace will be listing ‘Censored’ NFT collection on its platform, the platform responded with two suspicious emojis leaving us with more curiosity about what would be the next move.