The growth potential of the Space Girl Collection is enormous. Its unique non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and upcoming token presale have already attracted huge numbers of crypto enthusiasts.
Space Girl Collection, part of the Polygon network, was created to bring utilities that can support its user in the real-life world. Its goal is to build a strong utility that rewards its community with incredible financial products and a strong financial ecosystem.
“Our NFT project will give amazing benefits to our holders. In the form of video games, we will give our community various types of entertainment, including casinos, movie theaters, music concerts, jobs and a rich island life full of beautiful virtual real estate,” says founder Sharjeel Khan.
“Regardless of where you live or work, you can virtually join your family and friends to watch a movie in our custom-built movie theater system,” he adds.
Following the launch, the Space Girl Collection will have two initial mints: 1,600 pieces of 2D characters and 8000 pieces of 3D characters.
“Our 2D NFT holders can beta test our metaverse project. They will also get free token airdrops and a free 3D NFT airdrop when 3D NFT mints. Also, all holders will be able to attend our metaverse community events,” says Khan.
“Only 6,400 pieces of 3D characters will be available for minting. The remaining 1,600 3D characters will be airdropped to the original 2D NFT holders.”
Khan says that once minting starts, they will make the mint page live, and the collection will be posted on Opensea.
The project’s 2D NFT will start at .5 ETH and have a Dutch-style auction up to 1 ETH. Khan says the price will go up as the amount available to mint goes down. On the other hand, 3D NFT price is yet to be determined.
Space Girl Collection boasts thousands of members on its social media sites. They have a large network of crypto enthusiasts and an ever-growing Discord community.
Asked about the story behind the project, Khan says the following:
“I am a big believer in the future of humanity in space. Our mission [at Space Girl] is to ensure that one day we can make space travel accessible to our community by joining one of the space programs.”