The co-founder of Twitch, Justin Kan launched a gaming-centric non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace called Fractal on December 30. Fractal’s focus is on NFTs with video game utility and the project launched an NFT collection called “Fractals,” a 100,000 unique snowflakes that give users benefits while using the primary and secondary NFT marketplace.
Twitch Co-Founder Launches Fractal NFT Market
On December 30, the co-founder of Twitch, Justin Kan, told his 245,600 Twitter followers that he launched an NFT marketplace called Fractal. Kan also tweeted about the Fractals NFT collection that leverages the Solana (SOL) blockchain network. “Today, we are excited to launch our gaming NFT marketplace: Fractal,” Kan said. “We are also dropping our Fractal NFTs, the largest NFT airdrop in Solana history,” the entrepreneur added.
In addition to Kan, Fractal was also founded by Robin Chan, David Wurtz and Mike Angell. Fractal hosts a number of digital goods from The Sandbox, Solchicks, Nyan Heroes, Photo Finish, Mini Royale, and Portals. The Fractals NFTs are 100,000 unique NFTs with power levels “from 23 to 100.” There’s 1,000 HEXA, 4,000 PENTA, 25,000 QUAD, and 70,000 TRI Fractals.
“Higher power fractals are more rare, as they are not easy to find in nature because of their instability,” the Fractal marketplace team says. It is our hope that fractals will give you special powers in your favorite blockchain-based games. We believe “cross-game” assets like these, that are truly yours, is the future of gaming. Together, we can unlock that future,” the Fractal marketplace developers add.
At the time of writing, the top trending project on the Fractal NFT marketplace is Panzerdogs followed by Aurory, Portals, Photo Finish, and Fractals. Following the marketplace’s native NFT project, the projects Genopets, Caveworld, Nyan Heroes, and Mini Royale capture the sixth through the ninth positions. The tenth highest trending NFT project hosted on the Fractal marketplace is Solchicks.
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