Treum is back with a big NFT project. The team behind Euler Beats has developed another multi-tier NFT drop with many interesting layers to parse through.
They have partnered with international language artist Jonathan Rosen for his NFT debut with a project called The Biggest Drop In Times Square Since New Years.
Classic to the Treum team, this drop is full of twists and turns—this time including chance-based mintings, democratized drawing mechanics, and an opportunity for a handful of collectors to have their names and faces (or perhaps their pseudonyms and avatars) showcased on the Nasdaq Digital Tower in Times Square.
Here’s how it’s going down...
Beginning on June 8th, anyone can mint and collect a “single-phrase” NFT by Jonathan Rosen for 0.1 ETH. The artist has created a list of 1000 possible endings for each of the following 4 anchor phrases: “I want”, “Big”, “Drop” and “Famous”.
The collector gets to choose 1 of these 4 anchor phrase options. The ending of the phrase will be chosen at random out of the 1000 options at the time of minting. Once minted, the chosen phrase will be removed from the list of available possibilities.
Below is an example of a potential phrase for each anchor phrase, as well as some of the possible endings…