The Fast-Rising DexBrowser’s Common, Rare, and Super Rare NFT Cards

By 2030, the market of nonfungible tokens could be worth $231 billion thanks to continued adoption across a range of sectors, including video games, music, art, and digital collections.

The non-fungible token (NFT) market is expected to grow to a value of $231 billion by 2030, according to market research released by Verified Market Research (VMR). According to VMR, during the next eight years, the NFT sector will expand at an annual compound growth rate of 33.7%. The widespread use of NFTs in a variety of fields and spheres of life, such as music, movies, and sports, is a significant factor driving demand for them. The paper outlines some important use cases and areas of interest that have boosted NFT sales.

The report notes that Enjin, as one of the first significant gaming companies to integrate blockchain technology with its own architecture and initiate its own token. The gaming industry has been a major driver of adoption (ENJ). To enable gamers to monetize in-game assets, the ecosystem converted in-game assets into NFTs.

With Axie Infinity (AXS) providing players in the Philippines with an alternate income stream during the COVID-19 outbreak, which has attracted a lot of interest and inevitably regulatory attention, play-to-earn games also penetrated NFT markets.

As traditional IT solutions and blockchain-based platforms merge in the corporate sector, NFT marketplace OpenSea incorporated Adobe service to add a range of capabilities to its portfolio.

The outlook in VMR’s research was similar to one on NFTs published in May 2022 by growth consulting company SkyQuest Technology. The company estimated the market to be worth $15.7 billion in 2021 and predicted a comparable increase of 34% for the industry between 2022 and 2028.

The leading Web3 data collector, Dexbrowser, is creating a set of tools to increase everyone’s access to and ability to profit from decentralized trade. In the current environment, decentralized trading, liquidity pools, and staking solutions are common but frequently challenging to access. To make them more accessible and to assist users in achieving significantly higher profitability than they have in the past, Dexbrowser intends to bring all of these elements together.

The ownership of the NFT cards offered by Dexbrowser can be traced back over the blockchain. Users that own DexBrowser’s NFTs have access to a variety of ecosystem services like Data Tracking, Attack Alert, and Smart Arbitrage Trading.

Each NFT is distinct because of its “non-homogeneous” quality. With the help of blockchain technology, each NFT has a distinct serial number, and every transfer is automatically recorded on the blockchain and is therefore irreversible once recorded. Forgery is prevented by the transaction’s immutability and transparency in the transaction process.

Dexbrowser NFT cards come in three levels: Common, Rare, and Super Rare, and there are a total of 100,000 of them. One-time minting loot boxes can include up to 100 items.

There are 70,000 cards in all that make up the Common NFT cards. They go by the name BROC as well. Users have access to Virtualized tools, Trading Pairs browser, etc. through the common cards. Common NFT card owners can use price aggregation & features as well. By burning the NFT, users can choose to allow all of those privileges for a duration of one month.

The Rare NFT Cards come in a set of 25,000 cards. BROR is another name for them. Aside from price aggregation and other arbitrage mechanisms, the Rare cards allow users access to all the functionality of Common cards. Token Search and other analysis tools are also accessible to Rare card owners. All of those privileges can be enabled by users at their discretion for a six-month period by burning the NFT.

There are 5,000 cards in the Super Rare NFT set. They also go by the name BROS. All of the capabilities of the Common and Rare cards, such as address attacking, shared management, data mining, attack alert, and other data-driven derivatives, are accessible to users of the Super Rare card. By burning the NFTs, users can decide to allow all of those privileges; access will last for 20 months.)

Users can access a variety of Dexbrowser data services using NFT cards, including but not limited to services like large trading order search, address tracking, trade inquiry, smart mining, smart arbitrage trading, attack alert, and mainstream token search.

Various cards benefit from varying service durations and content (time). Users who begin burning NFT cards are deemed to be using NFT cards, at which point they are eligible for the related service and the countdown to the service’s duration begins.

Mint NFTs and keep them in your possession until the end of the event to participate in the NFT draw. A user’s chances of winning increase with the number of NFTs they have minted. The advantages of saving NFTs and trading to profit are enjoyed by users. Users will be able to make use of Dexbrowser’s distinctive data offerings thanks to the distinctive NFTs. There are $1,000 awards available as part of the ongoing Dexbrowser NFT Event. The deadline is scheduled for September 15.

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Dexbrowser, the premier Web3 data aggregator, is developing a suite of tools to make decentralized trading more accessible and profitable to all. Decentralized trading, liquidity pools, and staking solutions are widespread yet often difficult to access in the current landscape. Dexbrowser aims to combine all of these aspects under one roof to make them more accessible and help users achieve much higher profitability than before.

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