Hey, y’all! I’m excited to say I’m dropping my first CNFT collection today on Tokhun when they launch their marketplace today on Cardano. The devs have been working so hard making sure everything works properly before we go live with sales.
The easy way is efficacious and speedy, the hard way arduous and long. But, as the clock ticks, the easy way becomes harder and the hard way becomes easier. And as the calendar records the years, it becomes increasingly evident that the easy way rests hazardously upon shifting sands, whereas the hard way builds solidly a foundation of confidence that cannot be swept away.
It’s called the human spectacle and, thanks to my sponsor Li₿erty.Crypto., will have the following pieces.
And … if I can manage to fix what I did wrong in the minting process, this one:
Tokhun is also collecting NFT donations from us for a giveaway to celebrate the launch. I submitted these:
I literally could not have dropped this whole thing today without the backup from the Tokhun founders and partner artists. They’re some of the most incredible, supportive people I’ve had the pleasure to meet.
Looking forward to exploring this huge, new, fun thing with all of them.
Thanks to everyone for your support and encouragement! Can’t wait to put these up for sale.
Minted this new NFT on Tokhun’s NFT platform on Cardano today. The third in my first collection entitled Text Art: The Human Spectacle.
I’ll let y’all know when I plan to drop the collection. Part of this will depend on when Tokhun’s marketplace will be ready to launch. They are testing the platform rigorously, so I feel confident with my choice.
Still need to create a few more pieces for this collection, too. Plus figure out all the marketing. But I’m putting in a ton of work trying to make sure this first one goes as well as it can. Even though it’s going to be very small. No more than 15 pieces.
I can tell you each one will be minted as a single (not a serial) because I’m just trying to keep things simple till I learn more. That will allow me to charge more for each one and fund my next project. Because I’m planning a big one.
Yep, right next to my desk I have a bite-off-more-than-you-can-chew machine, and I just crank it sometimes without thinking. Nope, I didn’t mean to start this, but I did.
And the day came when she realized that some things aren’t worth the effort. Like trying to start a trend wearing pants with one leg cut off, or reading all of Ron Popeil’s patent applications aloud to sick children.