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Moondogs Confirms Core Tokyo as First NFT Project Coming to Openwaters Launchpad

Core Tokyo will be the first NFT project to utilize the Openwaters launchpad built on Core DAO.

First NFT Launch on Openwaters 

Moondogs’ native Non-Fungible Token (NFT) launchpad, Openwaters, has confirmed its first project on the Core chain. The launchpad will host Core Tokyo shortly. 

Moondogs unveiled Openwaters on March 8, and since then, the protocol has planned to onboard its first project. Now, the protocol has confirmed Core Tokyo as its first NFT project on the Openwaters launchpad, and Moondogs NFT holders would get a whitelist to mint the collection. 

Core Tokyo is a collection of 9,000 unique avatars that unlocks some exclusive perks like membership to a gathering of artists and Web3 enthusiasts on the protocol’s ecosystem. Moondogs confirmed the launch with BSC News, stating that it is the beginning of a golden era of NFTs on the layer-one blockchain. 

“With the launch of Core Tokyo on OpenWaters NFT Launchpad, the Golden Era of CoreDAO NFTs begins!” Moondogs wrote to BSC News. “We believe that CoreDAO is a perfect blockchain for the NFT projects, as all the project owners on CoreDAO are always ready to help and to build things together, and most importantly the community of CoreDAO is filled with optimistic people who are always there to support the projects that they believe in.”

The Core Tokyo collection will go live on April 25, and the protocol will share details, including mint time, on April 24. Interested users should visit the Core Tokyo Twitter page for more details. Also, interact with the tweet below to receive a whitelist. 

What is Core DAO:

Core DAO is the official decentralized organization developing the Satoshi Plus ecosystem. It represents an opportunity for miners to access new revenue streams by contributing hash power to the chain. Inspired by the principles of both blockchains, Core displays a deep appreciation for the crypto ecosystem's history and an even greater excitement for Core’s role in its future.

Where to find Core DAO:

Website | Docs | Twitter | Discord

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