The Meebits NFT collection, started by Larva Labs and now owned by Yuga Labs, is partnering with BTSE. In essence, BTSE is a trading platform that focuses on simplicity and security.
What we know so far about the collaboration between BTSE and Meebits
Currently, we don’t know much about Meebits and BTSE collaboration. The only teaser we’ve seen is a promotional post shared on Twitter. Based on the fine print it states that this collaboration will be a promotional event independently sponsored by BTSE. Even at this point there isn’t much to do, so most of it remains speculation for now.
Some are excited about this collaboration, others resist these thoughts and say, “What will this accomplish?” in a negative way.
The only thing users have been told is to register for a BTSE account and follow Meebits. What can happen is that, for example, a MeeBits NFT is given away, but we may see more than just that.
We’ve seen promotional tweets from BTSE including a 1 week countdown. But nothing official from Meebits yet.
BTSE is a crypto exchange platform focused on simplicity and security. Their goal is to integrate digital assets into the existing infrastructure of the financial world, leveraging the decentralization of cryptocurrencies to increase convenience and accessibility.
Meebits is a 3D voxel NFT collection originally started by Larva Labs. Recently, Meebits have been bought along with Cryptopunks by Yuga Labs who were the creators of the Bored Ape Yacht Club.
Currently, the 20,000-part Meebits NFT collection on OpenSea has a minimum price of 6.29 ETH and has registered a trading volume of 105,000 ETH since its launch in May 2021.
It is often considered the second best NFT originally from Larva Labs as Cryptopunks, one of the industry leaders, is naturally considered the best.