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Ethereum Classic ETC’s First NFT – EtherDesk Exclusive.

Ethereum Classic [ETC] has underperformed in comparison to its peers. Other currencies have recovered from their first-quarter losses, while ETC has not.

So far, cryptocurrencies have been the best-performing commodity on the market. Both Ethereum [ETH] and Bitcoin [BTC] have seen significant gains.

We’ll look at whether Ethereum Classic will recover or continue to fall in the coming year in this Ethereum Classic forecast.

ETCPunks is Ethereum Classic mainnet inspired collectibles. Only 10,000 were manufactured, each with its own distinct characteristics.

Collect them, buy one as a gift for someone, or sell them on the market! To the crypto punks, I pay homage.

Larvalabs are not associated with ETCPunks.

Since “CryptoKitties” brought the Ethereum network to a standstill, with people spending millions for a personalized yet “truly theirs” picture of a cat, NFTs have been a hot subject.

It appears, however, that they will continue to exist, be coined, purchased, and sold regardless of whether they are good or terrible, right or wrong.

Below are (or will be) a series of questions and answers from the creator of ETC Punks.

The purchase is performed at random in the spirit of justice and to offer everyone a chance to possess one (or more) ETCPunks.

Until your purchase/minting is finished, the ETCPunks’ identity will remain a mystery.

There is no first-come, first-served policy; everyone has an equal chance of getting uncommon punks like apes, zombies, or aliens.

Once all ETCPunks have been minted, the ETCPunks Marketplace page will be available. You may buy as many ETCPunks as you like, but after the first 10,000 are gone, it will be too late to obtain one at a bargain price.

The main objective of Ethereum Classic is to maintain the Ethereum blockchain as is, rather than combating the DAO hack artificially.

Its attraction was primarily geared at those who disagreed with Ethereum’s response, but the legacy network has since grown in popularity, attracting famous investors like Barry Silbert, CEO of investment company Grayscale.

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