A chance to walk away with cool NFTs for a fraction of the price!

Here at Mintable, our aim is to make NFTs as widely accessible as possible. In that spirit, we are offering you the chance to walk away with some high-quality NFTs for a fraction of their price!

Ticket prices to our collectors’ event start from as low as $10. That’s right! For less than the price of a generic, mass-produced piece of art, you could get a unique, high-quality NFT artwork to add to your collection. …

The oversubscribed funding round saw participation from Ripple, NFT investment fund Metapurse, Animoca Brands, and Shutterstock executive chairman Jon Oringer

Singapore — July 1, 2021 — Mintable, a next-generation non-fungible token (NFT) minting platform and marketplace, announced the close of its oversubscribed series A funding round at US$13 million. The round saw participation from notable names including Ripple, which provides XRP Ledger developer tools, programmes, and services and enterprise blockchain solutions; Animoca Brands, the leading mobile and blockchain gaming developer; Metapurse, the world’s largest NFT investment fund backed by Metakovan; Doug Band, American businessman and former advisor to Bill Clinton…

Get your community to vote for your NFTs to increase organic reach!

We’ve launched a simple yet extremely powerful tool for our creators. The ability to share your NFTs to all your social media platforms.

Proceeds go to Autism Speaks and the Council for Economic Education which supports financial literacy.

When CNBC approached us with the idea of doing a drop for charity, we couldn’t be more ecstatic. Not only were we thrilled to be able to help raise awareness of NFTs to the general public on national television, but to be able to do it for a good cause was the icing on the cake.

For this special drop, CNBC chose a very special one. In honor of legendary announcer and host, Mark Haines, who famously called the bottom of the S&P 500 back…

Beeple listed his artwork for auction and it sold for $69mil. Should I auction my NFT too?

So you saw all the headlines. pieces of digital art selling for millions and hundreds of thousands of dollars. As an artist or creator yourself, it’s time that you jump into this exciting world of NFTs.

But where do you start? How do you actually mint an NFT? How should you price them? Beeple had his Everydays artwork put up for an auction, and that fetched a whopping $69 million. Should I do that too?

If you are looking to get in on…

Why is Mintable charging such high gas fees? We don’t, and here’s why.

Ahh, gas fees. The pesky little topic that causes a ruckus everywhere on the blockchain. Or so we thought. For those who are just dipping their toes into blockchain technology, this may seem like a major inconvenience, an annoying little splint that gets in the way of you minting or buying your NFTs, or worse still, creating your store!

Just to be clear, contrary to popular belief, the gas fees that you pay do not go into our coffers, and here’s why.

Gas — Keeps the blockchain going

To understand why gas fees…

The first phase of the redesign.

The first phase of our platform redesign update is now live!
Check out the new homepage on Mintable:

🔥Trending NFTs
🔥Recently Sold
🔥Top Sellers
🔥Live auctions …and more!

Stay tuned for more updates to come!

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Now that we’re living in the digital world, the next question is, can we own a piece of it?

American Digital Artist Beeple’s Digital-Only “Everydays — The First 5000 Days” sold for $69.3m.

In 2020, most of us are familiar with living in the digital world. Our memories are scattered all over Instagram, business networking has migrated from conferences to LinkedIn, and Facebook is now one of the main ways we stay in touch with our loved ones.

Take a step further, and we even have entire worlds built online for us to live in. Second Life, launched in 2013, is an online virtual world meant for us all to live the life we’ve…

That’s not exactly how NFTs work.

One of the most common questions we get about NFTs especially from those who are new to the digital artwork space is “Why can’t I just take a screenshot?”. As with every new technology, during the early stages of adoption, it is sometimes challenging to comprehend what value it brings especially for something that is intangible like digital artwork.

In the context of digital art, NFT enables transparent and trackable ownership. Whenever an NFT gets transferred to someone else, it is recorded on the blockchain. And this record is completely accessible to anyone.


Showcase your NFTs anywhere, everywhere.


As creators and artists ourselves, we know how much effort it takes to promote your work after creating them. Some might argue that we should be putting in even more effort promoting our work than actual time spent on the work itself.

As a next-gen NFT marketplace, we are constantly looking for new ways to empower creators to showcase their amazing work to a larger audience. One of the challenges we noticed is how NFTs created on Mintable are only circulating around the platform itself. …

Zach of Mintable.app —A Next Gen NFT Marketplace

Ethereum lover and founder of Mintable.app

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