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Ecosystem Update: PointSix x Shardeum

Shardeum is thrilled to welcome PointSix to its ecosystem. PointSix is a pioneering multichain NFT marketplace dedicated to empowering creators and fostering communities through its innovative Utility Builder. With a mission to revolutionize the NFT space, it aims to onboard millions of users by providing a seamless, all-inclusive platform to meet their NFT requirements. As per PointSix, the untapped potential of utilities in the NFT market is currently missing from a staggering 99% of projects. Its revolutionary Utility Builder, designed to create utilities with just three clicks, claims to bridge this gap and offer users unprecedented convenience and customization.

By combining the lowest platform fees with an intuitive user experience, PointSix is set to introduce blockchain technology to a broader audience, all while giving creators and communities the power to develop their unique utilities. It will allow users to experience the future of NFTs with a comprehensive solution for unlocking the true potential of digital assets. PointSix is building on Shardeum, and you can check them out here: PointSix already has over 22K registered users!

Some of the benefits of PointSix:

  • No fee: Elite users won’t pay a dime in platform fees on NFT trades
  • NFT pass: ~90% less fees for our pass holders compared to other marketplaces
  • Just 3 clicks: Creators will be able to define their own NFT’s utility in just 3 clicks
  • Referral: Recurring referral incentives upto 50%

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Last Updated on June 28, 2023

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