NFT-New Zealand Green Farm NFT


Welcome to Lazyfarm NFT!

Lazyfarm NFT is a collection of cute and unique Ethereum-based NFT collections. Lazyfarm’s first NFT project, Archie & Jo, consists of 10k NFTs, each one with a distinct feature. Lazyfarm’s characters have solid and endless stories. In addition, we plan to maximize the usability of NFT through active gamification and production of NFT-based merchandise. Discover the limitless allure of Lazyfarm NFT and join the Lazyfarm community today!

What is Lazyfarm?

Lazyfarm is a farm in virtual reality where cute and lovely characters live together. Unlike the standardized and exploitative farms in the real world, all the characters in Lazyfarm live a peaceful life with their own unique identity. Characters who have experienced a centralized and arbitrary past have created a decentralized community against it. On these equal farms, the Lazy Fam are self-sufficient by working cooperatively with each other. Join us now to create a more peaceful farm!

An Ongoing Project

  • Lazyfarm is a collection of lovable characters that exist in the Metaverse.
  • A range of unique characters will follow after the initial, Archie & Jo.
  • We plan to expand Lazyfarm’s ecosystem with various character designers.
  • Operate an ongoing NFT project for the community.

Decentralized community-centric

  • All Lazy Fam members will be treated as equals.
  • The community of Lazyfarm is of the highest importance.
  • We plan to build a DAO using our own token for the community to contribute their ideas. Projects will have transparency and will reflect the feedback of the community.

Games in the Metaverse/Virtual Reality

  • The Lazyfarm NFTs are utilizable characters within virtual reality.
  • We plan to develop an open-source game for the NFTs.
  • We plan to build Lazyfarm on established Metaverse platforms such as The Sandbox, Decentraland, My Neighbor Alice, etc.
  • The games will be based on the Lazyfarm lore for an enjoyable story-driven experience.

NFT-based products

  • The Lazyfarm characters will appear as real-world products.
  • The products will include but are not limited to stickers, calendars, apparel, and figures.
  • We aim to approach and educate people unfamiliar with Crypto through Lazyfarms characters.

Story and IP

  • Each character in Lazyfarm has a unique story.
  • With these characters, we plan to make products such as emojis, webtoons, picture books, etc.

Environmental and animal protection

  • Lazyfarm is at the forefront of environmental and animal protection.
  • We will inform people about the importance of the environment and animal rights through various stories and content.
  • A portion of Lazyfarm NFT’s revenue will be donated to environmental and animal protection organizations.
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NFTs-Trading Volumes Spike on Azuki NFTs After Creator Admits to Failed Projects


What are Azuki NFTs? 

NFTs-Azuki is a digital brand mostly associated with its collection of 10,000 avatars

Who’s Behind Azuki NFTs?

Behind Azuki NFTs is Churi Labs, a startup composed of several members with vast experience in crypto, art, and gaming, all of them joining forces to bring a recognizable brand to the metaverse.

Azuki NFT Floor Price: How it Started and How it Goes

The Azuki collection debuted on January 12, 2022, with an initial release of 8,700 avatars — each priced at $3,400 at that time.The collection sold out in a matter of minutes, registering about $30 million in sales. After the public sale, the creators held a private offering in which they sold sets of Azuki NFTs for another $2 million.

Why Are Azukies So Popular?

There are plenty of reasons why Azuki became a blue chip in the cryptocurrency community in such a quick fashion. Number one, in the eyes of most people, is art. It occupied an important niche within the field of NFTs – anime – and it set the standard for hundreds of projects after it. The Avatars are aesthetically pleasant, and in the words of Zagabond – it just “resonates” with the audience, especially in Asia, where anime is a lot more popular.

Creator Admits to Failed Projects

An anime-inspired NFT collection of avatars, Azuki, had been serving up some stiff competition among industry-leading collections such as Bored Ape Yacht Club and Clone X since the project’s January launch. The digital collectibles, whose prices are plummeting, are now at the forefront of the latest NFT (non-fungible token) controversy.Azuki’s founder, known as Zagabond, published a blog post about his history prior to launching Azuki, revealing he was behind three NFT collections — CryptoPhunks, Tendies and CryptoZunks — that were abandoned by their founders. In response, many Twitter users dubbed the projects rug pulls or scams that were never intended to be built.



NFT-based fantasy football card firm raises $680m


NFTFrench firm Sorare, which sells football trading cards in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), has raised $680m (£498m).

The NFT-based cards are used by fans to create fantasy football teams which can then “play” each other.

The funding was led by tech investor Softbank, with ex-England international Rio Ferdinand also putting in money.

NFTs are controversial, with concerns over financial risk and environmental impact.

An NFT is a “one-of-a-kind” digital asset that can be bought and sold like any other piece of property.

As with crypto-currency, a record of who owns what is stored on a shared ledger known as the blockchain and maintained by thousands of computers around the world.

Players can buy cards from Sorare at auctions, or fans can also auction cards they own to other players.

Sorare claims $150m worth of cards have been traded on the platform since January. The latest investment puts its value at $4.3bn (£3.15bn).

As NFTs, the cards can also be sold on platforms such as OpenSea and Rarible.

Sorare says it has partnerships with more than 180 football clubs and has 600,000 registered users.

A number of players including Spain’s Gerard Pique and France’s Antoine Griezmann also invested in the company.

The firm recently announced a deal with Spain’s La Liga and told the Telegraph it hoped to have “something to announce” about the Premier League.

Fan crypto

Some journalists, charities and fan organisations have begun to question if crypto-assets and sports mix.

Sorare isn’t the only business to have deals with clubs featuring crypto-based assets.

Clubs such as Barcelona, Juventus, Manchester City and Paris St-Germain already have arrangements with a firm called Socios to sell crypto-currency-based fan-tokens.

The firm promotes tokens on its website as a way to “influence decisions of your favourite teams, unlock VIP rewards and access to exclusive promotions, games, chat & a superfan recognition”.

But because the tokens can be traded, some fan organisations worry clubs are encouraging speculation in crypto-currencies.

Leeds United Supporters’ Trust, for example, was critical of the club’s decision to reach an agreement with Socios saying fans would be entering a “crypto-currency ecosystem, something which many may have very little knowledge of”.

“If football chooses to bring unregulated crypto-currency into the game, we believe that clubs also need to provide education and guidance on the purpose and risks associated.”

NFT worries

NFTs are also controversial.

Depending on the technology used, maintaining a blockchain requires considerable computing power with a sizeable carbon footprint.

As in traditional investing, financial impropriety and crime are a risk, but the protections for consumers are generally less robust.

There are also concerns about a lack of regulation.

Recently OpenSea, the largest digital collectable marketplace, revealed an employee used inside knowledge to buy NFTs before they were promoted on the website.

CEO Devin Finzer said the incident was “incredibly disappointing” and did not represent the team’s values.

Insider trading – where individuals use non-public knowledge about a company for financial advantage – is illegal in most regulated markets.

But the NFT market does not have such restrictions.