How To Secure An Invisible Friends NFT

How To Secure An Invisible Friends NFT

Early in December, Random Character Collective announced that Invisible Friends will primarily be sold through presale/whitelist and that interested buyers could qualify for the whitelist by holding other Collective projects. 

That news shot up the price of those collections, SlimHoods and MoodRollers, which now have a floor price of 0.789 and 0.76 ETH, respectively. At one time, SlimHoods were less than 0.01 ETH. 

On Jan. 3, RCC clarified the whitelist qualifications, saying any wallet with 4 points (each SlimHoods and Mood Rollers NFT being worth one point) would qualify to mint Invisible Friends. There will be an unannounced snapshot at a later date, and the top 2,500 wallets will qualify, and any holders with 2 points entered into a raffle for the remaining spots. 

According to this summary on Dune.xyz from @darkbgreenm, there are currently 754 wallets with 4 points. If the snapshot was taken right now, those with 3 points would be whitelisted and the 1,317 wallets with 2 points would be entered into a raffle for the remaining 1,249 spots.

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All whitelist spots are good for one mint. 

As of Jan. 5, Random Character Collective has not announced a snapshot. There are also other ways to be whitelisted like being a “valuable community member” or through other projects offering spots.

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More about Invisible Friends

Invisible Friends is a collection of 5,000 animated NFT cartoon characters by the Random Character Collective. The Random Character Collective is a group of artists, which currently includes SlimHoods (the original collection), Lucas Zanotto's Mood Rollers, and Markus Magnusson's Invisible Friends.

Disclaimer: The author or members of the Lucky Trader staff may own NFTs discussed in this post. Furthermore, the information contained on this website or the Lucky Trader mobile application is not intended as, and shall not be understood or construed as financial advice.
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