Bored Ape Yacht Club Tron continues to shake the NFT market after launching its own marketplace.
For a project that’s been on the market for less than two weeks, Bored Ape Yacht Club Tron is capturing quite the attention in the NFT space. This collection of 10,000 unique Bored Apes supported by Palmar Labs has launched its own marketplace, only second to the already broadly popular Tpunks.
Aligned with the project’s roadmap, this marketplace was designed to be an easy-to-use tool developed for the minters of the collection to access a ‘potentially profitable’ secondary market. Tpunks, a homage to the Ethereum-based CryptoPunks, has even captured the attention of Tron founder Justin Sun, who pocketed a Joker Tpunk for $10.5 million.
The marketplace has multiple filters that enable enthusiasts to sort the collection and quickly find their pieces of interest. Aside from filters such as background, clothes, and mouth shape, Bored Ape lovers can navigate the eye-catching selection by entering a precise ID number. This is a simple, yet powerful tool since many NFT collectors tend to compare the serial numbers across projects in search of super rare art pieces.
And when it comes to rarity, this collection features some pretty outstanding artworks. To celebrate their launch on Tron, the project added 15 exclusive Apes featuring distinctive elements from the network as well as Justin Sun. That’s not all: the BAYCTron collection is about to be refilled with a fresh batch of Mutant Apes. Yet another great twist in the rapidly evolving relationship of the digital Tron primates and their collectors.
The Bored Ape Yacht Club Tron collection is the second fastest-selling collection on Tron, with Tronmeebits keeping second place. Yet, the project hasn’t yet managed to launch a marketplace, one feature that many NFT lovers are requesting nowadays.
Just like minting, BAYCTron fans can access the marketplace on the go using TronLink or Klever wallets. As of this writing, the BAYCTron collection stands in third place for the most popular collectibles in Tron network.
“Our project is about quality and reliability. We have produced thousands of high-quality BAYC for Tron and intend to support the community all the way into secondary market operations. We believe Tron offers unique settings for the development of NFTs and that’s why we are here.” said Caroline Matusso, CMO of BAYCTron.
A remarkable aspect of this project is the attention they are paying to community development. From the launch of their minting on September 5, BAYCTron has managed to acquire nearly 9,000 followers on Twitter and hundreds on Telegram.
“Unlike other ‘garage projects’, we take our commitments very seriously. We are working hard to answer every question, produce clear NFT tuts for our community, and most importantly — to be present every time they need us. At the end of the day, our community is everything — and they deserve the best. We are grateful for the warm welcome the Tron community has given us. It’s overwhelming,” Matusso added.
BAYCT are TRC721 tokens, a new standard for non-fungible tokens on the Tron blockchain.