• During Camp Decrypt Napa, Bad Grrls Creative Club, BeetsDAO, and Cymbal discussed the new landscape for NFT drops in the midst of a crypto bear market and declining NFT sales volume.
• The panelists discussed what is expected by community members and collectors and what the roadmap should be for new NFT collections.
• Toni Thai Sterrett of Bad Grrls Creative Club, Jordan Garbis of BeetsDAO, and Eric Feng of NFT block explorer spoke with Decrypt’s Kate Irwin at Camp Decrypt Napa.
As the crypto bear market persists and NFT sales volumes continue to decline, the new landscape for NFT drops is uncertain. At Camp Decrypt Napa, a gathering of crypto experts, Bad Grrls Creative Club, BeetsDAO, and Cymbal came together to discuss the roadmap for new NFT collections and what is expected by community members and collectors.
Toni Thai Sterrett of Bad Grrls Creative Club, Jordan Garbis of BeetsDAO, and Eric Feng of NFT block explorer were the panelists for this discussion, moderated by Decrypt’s Kate Irwin. To begin, the panelists discussed the current state of NFTs and the challenges posed by the crypto bear market. The conversation then shifted to the potential solutions that could help reinvigorate the NFT market and create a more vibrant and diverse ecosystem.
The panelists highlighted the importance of creating collaborations between projects and developing a strong community. They also discussed the need for education and awareness around NFTs, as well as the potential for new tools and platforms to make NFTs more accessible. Finally, they discussed the need for more creative and innovative ideas to bring new life to the NFT market.
In conclusion, the panelists emphasized the need for new and creative ways to engage the community and create a more vibrant and diverse NFT ecosystem. It is clear that the crypto bear market has put a damper on NFT sales, but with creative solutions and collaborations, the new landscape for NFT drops can be reinvigorated. By focusing on education, awareness, collaboration, and innovation, the panelists believe that the NFT market can be made more accessible and successful for all.