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Merely a month after launch,“Squid Game” reached 142 million households in 94 countries, and became Netflix’s undisputable top series. For the few who have not heard of the series, the plot features financially strapped adults playing traditional South Korean children’s games on a secluded island in the hope of winning a cash prize of about $40 million. There are a total of 6 games to be played and the losers of each round will die. With every player’s death, the cash prize will increase. The game organizer’s army wear black masks and are dressed in red suits, while the players are dressed in green with white sneakers.

As fans of“Squid Game” ourselves, we have decided to partner with an up and coming digital artist based in New York to create Collart’s first NFT series adapted from“Squid Game” – Squid Royale. Users can mint a Squid Royale NFT that comes with a random combination of character, attire, items, and background adapted from“Squid Game”. Lucky users who end up with a combination that depicts a character from the series will possess a highly sought-after NFT.( learn more here). For those who ends up with an undesirable combination, fret not – Collart NFTs can be burnt to earn $COLLART tokens ( learn more here).

Good luck and let the games begin!

Collart is the world’s first NFT Art Collective where users can gain exposure to a myriad of NFTs and obtain diversified returns simply by staking assets in one place. In other words, Collart is the simplest way for investors to join the NFT boom.

Squid Royale is the first of Collart’s NFT projects and will be the first series of NFTs that can be burnt in exchange for $COLLART.


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