We’ve just added the next dinosaur NFT to the base set of dinosaurs, a Triceratops! Our new Triceratops is named Trixie, and she’s the 8th dinosaur of the base collection. More on that later, but first a short update of the developments of the past week.
Since a few days ago, our sales went through the roof. We went over 2 ETH of traded volume on OpenSea and we now have more then 900 owners of our dinosaur NFTs. This deserves that we start of this article with a big big thank you to you all!
Without your support this all wouldn’t have been possible. We’re very happy to see how many people love our dinosaurs and that most people just agree on 1 thing: Dinosaurs are awesome!
What is a Triceratops?
Now back to the topic of this update, the Triceratops! Triceratops are one of the more known dinosaurs because of their movie appearances, such as in Jurassic Parc.
A Triceratops is a dinosaur that lived about 68 million years ago, in the Late Cretaceous period. Triceratops are herbivores, they only eat plants 🌿.
The name Triceratops comes from the 3 horns that you see on the head of the dinosaur. Triceratops means ‘three-horned face’ in Greek, so you can easily see where it comes from 😉.
Want to learn a bit more about Triceratops dinosaurs? A great place to start is Wikipedia, they have a lot of information on discovery, size of the dinosaur…
Meet our Triceratops NFT: Trixie
It’s been a while now since we added the last dinosaur to the base set. The last dinosaurs we introduced were the Brachiosaurus Buck and Ruby on August 14th. But today we’re adding the next one: Trixie, the Triceratops.
08 – Trixie ♀️
Supply: 1500 (💚)
Trixie has been minted 1500 times and will be sold at 0.0005 ETH. Trixie is now available for purchase on OpenSea (link in the header of our site).
For a full overview of the base dinosaurs, check out our dedicated page. This page lists all dinosaurs, species, names, minting counts, rarity…
Buying Trixie, our Triceratops NFT
If you’re interested in adding a brachiosaurus dinosaur NFT to your collection, check our store on OpenSea. You can also find all other dinosaurs there.