Liquid Craft is an NFT marketplace of fine spirits, wine, and beer aimed at bringing global producers and buyers together
$CRAFT is the native currency used within the Liquid Craft Marketplace ecosystem. The token is a deflationary currency that rewards long term holders
Liquid Craft is your one-stop shop to buy, sell, track, and trade Liquid Crafts
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Yes, Liquid Craft has filed a regulation D with the SEC.
Each asset-backed NFT will have a harvest agreement that must be agreed to upon at purchase. The harvest agreement will have details on how to physically harvest your new collectible. This can look very different for different crafters in different regions with different regulations. It can be as easy as picking the bottle up at the home base of the crafter, or it can be a simple shipment. Whatever the method is for harvesting will be shown in the harvest agreement.
A Craft is any beer, wine, spirit, liquor, or liqueur made by a crafter. A Crafter is a verified brewer, distiller, or vintner.
An Asset-Backed Non-Fungible Token (NFT) is a crypto token linked to a digital or physical item. For example, an authentic, collectible liquor bottle that cannot be easily replaced that's paired with its non-fungible digital representation on the blockchain.
Yes, this is our passion. As crafters ourselves, we will help educate and integrate new crafters into the marketplace from start to finish.
The Dragons and Bourbon NFT is Liquid Craft's first ever native NFT. There are two tiers, each linked to exquisite bourbon distilled by Liquid Craft's own CEO, Zach Weakland with The Heart Distillery. Sold through February 28th, 2022, they will also give eligibility for airdrops of Liquid Craft's native currency, the $CRAFT token.
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Gathering investors and continuing to develop relationships and community
We're building a fully fledged marketplace where crafters and connoisseurs can come together and transact