CryptoKitties enters the new year with influencers and competitions

Ringing in the changes with CryptoKitties exclusive contests

The New Year is in full swing, and CryptoKitties is celebrating it in style. While it worked in collaboration with Coindesk in creating furry avatars for its top 10 influencers list, it’s made two of them into full-fledged NFTs.

While designing this series of avatars, it decided to turn two of them into limited edition collectibles. And rather than sell them on the market like nay NFT, CryptoKitties announced that proceeds will be donated to charity.

The two influencers lucky enough to make the change from avatar to full on NFT were:

Changpeng Zhao – Founder of Binance & Jeremy Allaire – Founder of Circle

Players will be able to take a chance at winning one of these influencer kitties by estimating its worth. This ‘Silent Auction’ system will run until 2pm (PST) on January 4th, with winners being decided on January 7th.

Where there are only seven of each, it’s a very exclusive auction, find out more here.

Or get a Kitty of your own

If, however, you’re the kind that wants to immortalize themselves in cat/digital form, then CryptoKitties has you covered too.

Until January 31st, there is also a contest to allow one player to their very own CryptoKitty, designed in the image of the player.

For aspiring competitors, they need to enter by entering your email address here. The more social media attention you give, the better, with activity on Facebook, Telegram, and Twitter earning additional entries.

“sharing a message on Twitter, following CryptoKitties on Twitter, and referring your friends via Facebook, Telegram or over email. All of these actions are on the sweepstakes page and must be performed through the sweepstakes page.”

To find out more about this contest, visit the page here.

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