ForeverLands partners with Rarible to make blue chip art investment accessible

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Tallinn, Estonia. ForeverLands NFT collectible game (https://foreverlands.xyz) and Rarible NFT art marketplace (https://rarible.com) have revealed a partnership during which Rarible will curate a part of ForeverLands prize vault.

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Players exploring the Lands in the ForeverLands game can win a part of the vault containing artworks by famous artists like Damien Hirst, XCOPY, Amir Zand, Tycho, Ryan Koopmans and many more, which Rarible will select from the main treasury at the end of the game during a sports style draft event.

Winners of the game will receive fractionalized parts of the NFTs which will be safely held in a smart contract.

ForeverLands aims to become the first GameFI experience enabling more people to participate in blue chip art collection and learn about the artists in the NFT space.

Rarible joins a growing list of ForeverLands partners, including Flare Finance and Kolectiv.gg who are supporting the cryptoart ecosystem.

 

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