April 6, 2022 – Prague, Czech Republic
DAO Maker, the leading IDO and IGO launchpad for cryptocurrency projects, ventures into the world of NFTs. More specifically, the team is launching an NFT launchpad, with the first project being the Maradona D10S NFT collection. It is the first-ever Maradona-licensed collection to come to market, supported by all five of the soccer star’s heirs.
DAO Maker has built up a strong market position through its multiple launchpad solutions. The platform primarily facilitates initial DEX offering (IDO) and initial gaming offering (IGO) solutions and will now explore similar opportunities in the non-fungible token space. NFTs have seen a tremendous popularity surge in 2021 and the demand for NFT-related launchpad solutions rises quickly.
The DAO Maker launchpad has yielded dozens of projects exploring IDO and IGO approaches. But more importantly, DAO Maker was the first major launchpad to facilitate these approaches and the first incubation hub to explore new opportunities in the space.
That approach allowed DAO Maker to become one of the largest networks in 2021, with over 135,000 KYC-verified users and over 270,000 followers on Twitter.
The next crucial venture for DAO Maker revolves around its upcoming Maradona D10S NFT drop. The NFT collection features various profile pictures of the late and great Diego Maradona and celebrates the upcoming launch of FIFA 2022. Moreover, the legend’s fans can use the profile pictures as avatars in the web 3.0 environment.
What makes the collection unique is how it is the first-ever official Maradona-licensed NFT project. It has the support from all five of the soccer star’s heirs, and their choice to launch this project together with DAOMaker signifies the platform’s significance in the broader industry.
Jana Maradona, daughter of Diego Maradona, said,
“Maradona D10S NFT is the first time all of the heirs have come together in a creative collaboration since Diego’s passing.”
The Maradona D10S NFT collection spans 5,000 generative art profile pictures on the Ethereum blockchain. Commemorating the upcoming FIFA 2022 event through a football-integrated NFT marks an exciting moment for the broader industry. Moreover, it is an opportunity to remember one of the world’s greatest soccer players, who passed away recently, yet remains near and dear to millions of people.
The Maradona D10S collection is the first NFT drop to occur through the teaḿ’s new non-fungible token launchpad. The launchpad is crucial, as it can support virtually any blockchain. Moreover, artists issuing their non-fungible tokens through this new service can gain exposure to a growing DAO Maker community spanning hundreds of thousands of users worldwide.
Christoph Zaknun, chief executive officer of DAO Maker, said,
“The NFT space quickly became a very toxic and fraudulent area of crypto. We are entering this market to try to clean it up the way we have with the low cap market by providing a venue for celebrities and founders that want to do NFT drops the right way.”
About DAO Maker
Founded in 2018, DAO Maker creates growth technologies and funding frameworks for startups while simultaneously reducing investors’ risks. DAO Maker provides leading solutions in community incubation, fundraising and other growth-related techs for tokenized businesses, featuring social mining SaaS for community growth, DYCO and SHO for fundraising support and upcoming Venture Bond and YieldShield to create safe environments for retail investors. Follow DAO Maker on Twitter, Telegram, Instagram and Medium for news and updates.
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