The official Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles whitelist is live

Teenage Mutants Ninja Turtles is a comic book and a cartoon series that captivated the minds of people for decades, and now its NFT whitelist is open to the public.

TMNT: From the Sewers to Web3

The invigorating tale of four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fighting crime with training and guidance from their father and sensei – who happens to be a rat has captured our attention for a while now.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is one of the most successful cartoon franchises in recent times, making its creators a ton of money through the years. To simply say that TMNT is a commercial success would be an understatement, as this cartoon franchise has made the sort of money that others can only dream of.

In recent months, we’ve seen reports of movie and cartoon franchises getting NFTs, and some of the largest and most successful studios have debuted NFT collections, including DC and Marvel. Not taking advantage of the NFT space would be an unwise decision by any company with a successful franchise like TMNT; there are immense upsides and very few downsides if an NFT project is delivered right.

It was only a matter of time before the premier TMNT NFT project debuted, and fans of the Mutant Turtles can afford to be excited as the whitelist for the NFT is now open and available to the general public. This development is huge and welcomed the news, but what will the collection entail?

TMNT NFT Whitelist

To stand a chance to be added to the whitelist, you need to share a retweet of the original tweet, and each retweet grants you one “pizza slice,” and pizza slices represent entry to the whitelist. There are currently 302 addresses on the Ninja Turtles NFT Whitelist google docs file shared on the project’s official Discord channel.

The team behind the project shared the following for those interested in getting in on the action. “The recipe is simple: we want you to be part of the creation of a safe space that feels like a home in Web3. Talk, exchange, get to know each other, be involved! Don’t work for a pizza slice and multiply your chances to have it delivered at your door. We don’t believe in grinding and posting random messages.”

Info about the TMNT NFT drop

Admittedly, there has been very little information from the team behind the TMNT NFT project. Still, considering the amount of engagement the posts concerning this Twitter has gotten, it’s hard not to figure out why fans and NFT stakeholders are excited about the upcoming project drop.

To stay up to date with recent happenings and access first-hand info concerning the highly anticipated NFT project, it might be in your best interest to join its official Discord server.


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