Nifty’s, a notable platform focused on Web3 creators, announced the cessation of operations earlier today.
Founded with the goal of becoming a beacon for digital art collectors and creators, Nifty’s made a pivot earlier this year to focus on building products for Web3 creators. This strategic decision came as a response to challenges faced in a difficult market and the need to maximize limited resources.
However, despite diligent efforts to secure investment opportunities, the company found itself at a financial dead end. The anticipated investments did not materialize, leaving Nifty’s without the necessary capital to continue.
Notable NFT (Non-Fungible Token) projects released on Nifty’s include “The Matrix Avatars,” “Looney Tunes: What’s Up, Block?,” “Game of Thrones: Build Your Realm,” and “Bullet Train.” Fans of these and other projects, such as “Space Jam: A New Legacy” and “Shark Week,” have been provided with instructions to export their private keys and preserve their collections via Nifty’s support page.
In a farewell statement, the Nifty’s Team expressed gratitude to its community and partners and assured that they had decentralized all the NFT media and redistributed the NFTs on the Polygon blockchain, except those already on Ethereum. This measure has been taken to ensure that these projects live on, even as Nifty’s operations wind down.
For updates on Warner Bros. projects, Nifty’s directed users to follow specific Twitter handles: @BuildYourRealm, @LooneyTunesNFT, and @matrix_avatars.
Though Nifty’s journey has come to an end, the company expressed its enduring belief in the power of digital ownership and the ongoing story of Web3. It concluded its statement with a hopeful sentiment, looking forward to the future of the Web3 community.
The shuttering of Nifty’s operations serves as a poignant reminder of the volatile nature of the tech and digital art industries, where innovation, investment, and adaptability often determine success or failure.
Nifty’s, a new social marketplace for NFTs, once launched a collection of “Space Jam: A New Legacy” NFTs and a $10 million seed investment led by notable investors. Announced first in March, 2021 and backed by billionaire Mark Cuban, the platform has distinguished itself from Nifty Gateway, another NFT marketplace. Nifty’s partnered with Warner Bros. to introduce officially licensed “Space Jam” collectibles, showcasing NBA star LeBron James with classic “Looney Tunes” characters.
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