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Shoes NFTs on Ethereum: Raven Giving Holders and OG's Free Sneakers

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Tue, 15/03/2022 - 7:51
Shoes NFTs on Ethereum: Raven Giving Holders and OG's Free Sneakers
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Raven is an Ethereum NFT project that is standing out from the all so quickly growing crowd. The Ethereum-based NFT project is rewarding its holders with customly-designed sneakers and shoes.

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The shoes will be designed and produced after the initial mint has ended, every Raven NFT holder will be able to claim a sneaker. They can also choose to upgrade their membership pass to enjoy real-life benefits such as discounts on hotels, stores, and more.

Raven Project Information

Raven will drop 6666 NFTs on Ethereum and will be launched on Opensea immediately after the mint has ended. The NFT project is busy talking to various clothing and shoe stores to sell their sneakers in, it’s something that hasn’t been done before by NFT projects and we’re looking forward to seeing the project grow.

The first-edition NFTs are dropping on April 15th. Feel free to read more information about Raven on their website or Twitter.

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