Million Dollar Token Page - Show-off your NFTs on the Homepage of the Metaverse

2021-10-18 06:53:29 · 1702 views · 3 min read (MDTP) is launching today 1000 NFTs from its second batch out of the collection's full 10,000 at a price of 0.01 ETH each.

MDTP is a growing platform with a bold claim that it will become the Homepage of the Metaverse. MDTP gives people an opportunity to own a limited number of digital Blocks where they can show off their NFT projects to the world.

We can already see over 50 NFT projects represented on MDTP, projects like Cryptovoxels, Axie Infinity, Loot, and Metaguardians.

MDTP was inspired by the famous website, which exploded in popularity as an advertising board back in 2005. Now, thanks to the rise of Web3, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs, you can actually own that exclusive Block of digital space and update it with your projects! Had enough of it? You can then sell the NFT at a profit, all without intermediaries.


Could this become the home of all projects in the Metaverse?


How does MDTP work?

MDTP has 10,000 Blocks where ownership of each Block is represented by a unique NFT on the Ethereum network. Anyone can buy a Block on MDTP and display their projects.

Your project will get seen by all MDTP visitors – which will generate interest for it and help to increase the value of your Block. When you can connect your wallet you can view all the blocks your account owns and update them individually or in groups of tokens.

The team behind MDTP is focused on building a strong community that will be actively involved in the growth of the platform. Blocks are released in batches of 1,000 NFTs, with input from the community along the way – until all 10,000 have been launched.

The second batch of NFT Blocks is up for sale at 0.01 ETH each. Each buyer is limited to a maximum of 35 NFT Blocks, to ensure fair distribution and the growth of a varied creative community.

Future batches will be released at different prices, with new rules, which the community will help to decide.


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