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“Novatar” Aging NFT Collection Launches

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The much-awaited aging NFT avatar collection “Novatar,” which features 25,000 baby avatars, was launched on April 4. 

The baby avatars will be sold in 3 phases in ten sales waves, and 1,000 baby avatars are expected to sell in each wave, with every 1,000 avatars becoming 0.01 ETH more expensive. 

The cost is currently valued at 0.11 ETH.

The first phase was on April 4 at 12 PM EST. A Dutch Auction will feature in the third phase with 5,000 NFTs to be sold.

The project has garnered a large fanbase on Discord and Twitter and featured in rotating ads in New York Times Square.

Novatar is the only project so far that allows images to change over time, or to “age.”

When minted, users will receive a randomly generated baby. The generation is guaranteed by gender and racial diversity based on visual attributes pre-created by digital artists. 

Each Novatar will have nine fundamental genes, including skin color, eye color, hair color, and other attributes of the body and face, which will increase as the avatar ages. This ensures each Novatar’s uniqueness. In addition, an adult Novatar will acquire one of the various sexual orientations and professions.

A Novatar grows up within 30 days after minting.

The growing need for NFT avatars with the development of the Metaverses prompted the project to launch. With sites like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and Onlyfans allowing NFT integration into their ecosystems, Novatar can now be used across all major social media.

The project has already completed Wishlist Sales. 1,500 Novatars were sold.

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