What Is Liquidifty and How to Collect?

2021-07-08 23:00:00 · 2717 views · 3 min read


Want to add more utility to your NFTs’ value?



There are a lot of different and unique NFTs all over the different blockchains. Liquidifty tries to bring more cross chain liquidity to the NFT market. It’s currently built on the Binance Smart Chain.



It is developing cross-chain oracles that will analyze prices for NFTs on different blockchains and estimate the price of each NFT held by our users. So you will be able to use cross-chain NFT oracles to make full use of your NFT’s value: Take loans under the NFT collateral, earn with NFT vaults and more.  



What can you do with your NFTs with Liquidifty now? 


  • Collect in the marketplace

There are many featured NFT collections out in the Liquidifty’s marketplace for you to collect.


  • Create your own NFT 

You can mint your own NFT on Binance Smart Chain with less than $1 gas cost.


  • Buy NFT pack with chances to get a CryptoPunk

There are 10,000 NFT Packs. Some contain CryptoPunk #6691, others contain bored apes, or other works by Pak, XCOPY, Steven Baltay, x0r and Steve Aoki. There are no empty packs; each NFT Pack contains an NFT artwork. You’ll be able to reveal what NFT is inside your pack after all 10,000 packs are sold. 



The price for one NFT Pack is 10 $LQT, the utility token of Liquidifty that can be bought on PancakeSwap. As the dashboard below shows, the $LQT price at the time of writing is less than $1, so you’ll have a chance to buy a CryptoPunk for less than $10! And there’s no limit to buying: You can buy as many NFT Packs as you can – it increases your chances to get the main prize.

After the issue of LQT token, you can find that the LQT price is highly correlated with Liquidifty’s NFT trader amount and trade count



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