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Gh0stly Gh0sts-the first omnichain NFT collection

The ghostly ghost collection NFT Johannes Röll Visitors: 1381 ★★★★★

The gh0stly Gh0sts collection was created on layer zero (layerzero), so that NFTS can be transferred between the Networks Ethereum, BnB, Optimism, Arbitrum, Polygon, Phantom and Avalanche.

How does the layerzero protocol work?

Developed by the Canadian company layerzero labs, the omnichain LayerZero interoperability protocol facilitates the creation of decentralized applications (DApp) on various blockchains. So far, support for projects that are compatible with the ethereum virtual machine (ethereum virtual machine EVM) has been introduced, so you can easily switch between seven popular blockchains: Ethereum, BnB, Optimism, Arbitrum, Polygon, Fantom and Avalanche. In addition, in the future, the developers plan to introduce support for other networks.

7 710 Gh0stly Gh0sts

In the case of the aforementioned gh0stly gh0sts series, which consists of 7,710 ghost images, this means that NFTS minted on the Ethereum network, for example, can be easily transferred to the BnB and thus reduce transaction fees.

In addition, the network on which the NFT is currently located can affect its attributes. Depending on the network used, gh0stly gh0sts have different background border colors, but the background itself does not change and indicates which network the image was minted on.

Although the oldest entry on the official @gh0stlygh0sts account dates back to April 4th, all 7,710 NFTS have been minted in a short time and soul-inspired designs are already starting to appear. Interestingly, tokens could be minted for free, and users had to bear only the cost of transaction fees.

At the time of writing, the lowest floor prices for NFT gh0stly gh0sts on the popular OpenSea and LooksRare platforms are 0.519 ETH and 0.53 ETH, respectively. Souls that are currently found on other blockchains can be found on tofunft.

What do you think of the new approach to NFT, so that it can be easily transferred between different networks?

Johannes Röll
Johannes Röll

Johannes Röll was born 1978 in Brilon,Germany. Graduated RWTH Aachen University. Over the past ten years he worked as Head of the plastic card team, where he was mainly responsible for the development of the distribution, Head of sales Department and Financial Analyst,where he got experience in planning and support sales figures for branches. For the present he works as freelancer

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