NFTs are here to stay. With Fidelity planning a Metaverse-based ETF, it’s no surprise that retail investors are becoming increasingly interested in GameFi and Metaverse projects.


Even the big institutions are feeling the FOMO.

In popular culture, people are used to randomly generated NFTs with a chance of a lottery ticket getting a rare one.

Some minters get the best, but for the rest of us, who wants their NFT to look like something out of a blender? To solve this problem, PolyGod introduces its GOD-TIER NFTs.

GOD-TIER NFTs are aesthetically designed by Yan Kaichen during his studies of Norse mythology. Yan has worked on major productions like AquaMan and Monkey King as a concept artist.

His vision has made each of PolyGod’s game pieces visually striking and unique.

Instead of relying on pure chance like most NFT mints do, each GOD-TIER NFT is one of the top 10 cards in the game. With a limited supply of 3,420 ERC-721 tokens minted on the Polygon blockchain, these GODS give holders the opportunity to earn $MYNT token in PolyGod game with higher APY and access to major divisions and leagues. .

In addition to these benefits, these GODS can be lent free of charge on the PolyGod marketplace, allowing passive investors to be rewarded for their support of the PolyGod ecosystem.

PolyGod’s NFTs are packed with passive and active utility to reward holders, while also offering what makes so many NFTs such a hit: pure wow factor. Every GOD-

TIER NFT has its own augmented reality experience. Headlines can enjoy movement and music to show off to anyone, anywhere. Additionally, these NFTs can be named, customized, and viewed on the PolyGod website.

GameFi and Metaverse may have started out as mere buzzwords, but today they have proven themselves worthy of institutional investment. The great part of NFT and GameFi is that their spirit and FEATURES are still decentralized. So for those who are still on the fence about NFTs, this is your GODS sign, NFTs are here to stay.

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