Project Twelve Claims to Break Record for Most NFT Holders and Airdrop Claims After $8 Million Investment
Project Twelve (P12), a web3 gaming platform that aims to build a sustainable economy for blockchain game developers and creators has claims that it has broken a record for hosting the most NFT holders and Airdrop claims on the back of its recent Genesis Soul-Bound NFT airdrop, which allegedly saw the blockchain gaming community claim over 500 thousand NFTs.
Launching on the 27th of June, during its first week, P12’s Genesis Soul-Bound NFT airdrop was met with exhilaration from the community, . The company claimed that 70% of participants joined through referrals, reflecting strong organic growth.
Genesis-Soul airdrop catapults Project Twelve
, and was met with great enthusiasm from the gaming community. According to a release, the airdrop event attracted game developers and players around the globe from areas including the US, Greater China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Europe, and others. Nearly 70% of participants joined through referrals, reflecting strong organic growth.
By capturing off-chain credentials, such as games published and hours played, the P12 Genesis Soul-Bound NFT pays homage to Steam developers and gamers. The company stated that NFT holders will be entitled to future rights and benefits based on that set of valuable proof-of-play data. This airdrop received over 500 thousand claims in under one week since launch, which Project Twelve claims was a record.
Project Twelve has recently been seen as a pioneer within the blockchain gaming industry. The company recently raised $8 million in funding from investors including Project Galaxy, MetaApp, CyberConnect and more to enable the company to work on “key challenges” faced by the industry which include the for-profit model, The company aims to develop tools to make the creation of games more accessible as well as build a sustainable infrastructure by implementing a set of economic and governmental mechanisms.