Wow, a lot has happened over the past couple of months - including me (Adam) forgetting the login details for this blog 👀 thankfully 90% of our members are in the Discord or following on Twitter - so there were plenty of other ways to keep up-to-date with the latest news.
I wanted to give a brief update to the community, as it’s been a couple of weeks since we had our last Sunday Sessions on Twitter Spaces, and not all of our members are part of our Discord or follow us on Twitter.
What we're going to cover in this blog post: Recap on what we've accomplished over the past 4 monthsOur exclusive NFT sale for membersAirdrop of $GENART tokens based on mint activityIntroductionWe're happy to announce that the GEN.ART DAO launched last week. Make sure to join our space on: https:
Over the past couple of weeks I’ve had the good fortune of being able to chat to some incredibly smart people about everything GEN.ART. And with the imminent launch of the DAO Platform, the discussions couldn’t have come at a better time. As we pass the reins
December presents a time for reflection, a month to look back to move forward. As of publishing this we launched nearly 100 days ago, the 27th August 2021. A date that seems like both an eternity ago and just yesterday. As you’d expect it has been pretty exhausting for
We wanted to give a brief update from GEN.ART HQ. We strive to keep as many communication channels open as possible; namely through Discord, Sunday Sessions, Twitter and this blog. We noticed that we hadn't written a post on here in a while. So at the risk of duplicating
We wanted to give a brief general update on what we're working on behind the scenes, as well as the next drop! We know you are eager to learn more. This week we've been working on paying down some 'tech debt' that we'd accrued over the past six weeks, since
This week we released a new 5,500 piece collection, Blóm, by generative artist Lucas Swick. Blóm is Lucas' first long-form generative art collection. Modelled after a portal, the series explores the process of introspection. The team at GEN.ART couldn't be more pleased with how the collection has taken
It's the day after our inaugural drop by the talented Laya Mathikshara. We couldn't be more pleased. Laya's art is incredible, and well received by our community of members. The drop has also enabled us to demonstrate some of our core values. Showing that we're here for the long term.
Earlier this week we wrote a post on drop mechanics, specifically how we aim to accommodate releases that are less than 5,500. We had proposed a method whereby members get to select a box ahead of a drop, each box would be tied to an artist (for example, if