The Callistonians NFT collection aims to highlight these improvements and promote the advantages they offer over the existing standard.
NOTE: Among the six Callistonians, three are super-rare, two are rare, and one is common. They will be distributed to Callisto cold stakers based on the amount of $CLO that is staked.
The Callisto Network team and Santa Clo are setting up a website where the CLO coins cold stakers will be able to mint their Callistonian NFT for free.
To be eligible, it is necessary to be a Callisto Network ($CLO) cold staker as of 12/22/22 at 23:59 UTC. A snapshot will be taken at this time, and the results will be available here.
The website will be up and running as of the 24th of December, and the eligible Cold Stakers will be allowed to mint their Callistonians NFT between 12/24/22 and 01/07/23.
To fashion its NFTs, Callisto Network called on a Peruvian street artist known as Krudo. He’s a member of Opportunities NFTs, a collective of Latin American artists and creators who have built an art studio and launchpad aimed at helping expand the representation of Latin artists throughout the NFT ecosystem.
Krudo has designed NFTs for Crossmint’s Solana-based Alchemists and Gardeners collections, among others.
His art style focuses on what he calls “infernal characters, who through their scars, blows, and wounds, convey a sensation of masterful victory towards the different problems they faced.” Krudo says he likes “to find inspiration in mysticism, symbologies, the supernatural, and music. My world and my characters are a satire on religion and an ode to rebellion.“
Sort of fits the CallistoNFT Standard: Rebelling against the status quo to create something better for the NFT ecosystem.