What is Fractured Cells?
Fractured Cells is the second generative NFT art project by pattern designer Russfuss, built on the Ethereum blockchain. The first project is Nemesis Grid.
How much does a Fractured Cell cost?
A Fractured Cell costs 0.1 Ξ to mint. You are allowed to mint a maximum of 10 pieces per wallet. Minting closes when all 1500 pieces have been minted. There is no time limit to mint.
How do I buy a Fractured Cell NFT?
How do I know which Fractured Cell I am minting?
You don't. That is part of the fun. When you mint a Cell, you receive one of the remaining 1500, chosen at random by the algorithm. Not even the contract developers know which Cell you will receive. This helps to keep things fair and ensures that everybody has a chance to receive one of the rarer pieces.
You can, of course, be more specific with your choice when buying from secondary markets such as OpenSea.
Do Fractured Cells have utility?
Holding at least one NFT from each previous Russfuss collection (at the time of the launch of the next collection) will grant the holder an airdrop from the next collection.
For example, each Nemesis Grid holder receives one free Fractured Cell for each Nemesis Grid that they held at the time of the snapshot. Those holding more than one are airdropped more than one Fractured Cell. This encourages everyone to hold on to them instead of simply flipping them for a profit.
Are there any rare traits?
Yes, rarity is based on the colour palette used in each cell. Some colour palettes are much more rare than others.
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Is there a roadmap?
Apart from holding for future airdrops, there is currently no roadmap for this project, it is just to be enjoyed as experimental art. This may change in the future. Check back from time to time for updates.
Can I print off my Fractured Cell?
Yes, you can. Put it on your wall. Get a t-shirt made. You own the NFT. As the private key holder of the wallet that owns the NFT, as long as you are not using the piece in a commercial manner, you are free to do with it as you please.