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Killer Cat Bengal Club drops NFT Mint price & rewards holders

By: PRLog

The NFT project that battles bear market.. with their bengal claws out.

MIAMI - July 25, 2022 - PRLog -- In the wake of the NFT bear market, many NFT projects have dropped off the NFT scene, the get rich quick schemes have quickly exited, the balance between collectors and flippers has changed. Left are the projects that are in it for the long run; the ones that see the big picture and will roll with the punches, while adapting along the way.

One of Polygon's luxury NFT projects, Killer Cat Bengal Club, has now announced their launch 2.0 which includes all the same prizes as before (yes, even the Tesla!), but for a much lower mint price. Adapting is important in this ever-changing NFT landscape and maintaining integrity in important to the founder. As a gesture of good faith to the original loyal NFT Holders, KCBC has gifted them additional NFTs, showing integrity & loyalty to holders & the community. When other projects chose the path of least resistance, running (or "rugging") in the bear market, Killer Cat Bengal Club has shown their true colors (bright & cheerful) and come out ready to claw their way to the top.

Killer Cat Bengal Club offers their holders colorful, joyful & uplifting bengal cat NFT art, created by the Miami artist/founder Fabriannie. Each NFT holder is entered to win prizes such as crypto (130,000 in Matic), a Cartier diamond ring worth $25,000 USD, Oculus Quest VR sets and even a Tesla Performance series. All the prizes have stayed the same in the relaunch, offering it all for the new bear market mint price of only 45 Matic (previously 65-80 MATIC), making these luxury prizes accessible to even more collectors & enthusiasts than ever. The project also offers holders the chance to participate in the future development of the KCBC Metaverse space.

The project has a full roadmap on their website, which also includes a donation to Pet Partners charity and boasts a secured and certified minting dapp, on which you may mint your bengal now, without having to wait for a pass or whitelist access. This change was adopted as the value of whitelists has changed in the NFT market. People don't want to be part of communities that encourage forced chat in Discord channels in order to win a whitelist pass by leveling up. Organic communities that engage in more meaningful chat seem to be more desirable now. The "hype community" fad seems to be fading out, as well, just that... "hype". KCBC's Discord community is a chill vibe, with a family feel to it. Joining the Discord offers the chance to win occasional additional prizes from contests and also gives members first-hand look at sneak-peaks, milestone announcements & insider knowledge of the project.

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