Aibook Nft Collection Based on Famous Writer's Quotes To Launch In September

AiBook, a decentralized platform built on the Ethereum blockchain network, plans to launch a collection of NFT in September, that will be based on quotes from some of the world’s most prolific and widely-read writers of all time. The collection will have a total of 7,000 NFT, with each priced at US $50 apiece and each quote will be linked to the exact author and exact book. 

The authors, whose quotes will be featured, include some of famous ones of all time such as Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Alexander Duma, Lewis Carroll and Jules Verne. Investors in the AiBook NFT collection will get to choose between three quotes from a classic literature author of their own choice.

Once they pick a quote, an algorithm will generate a visual NFT based on that particular phrase and each NFT will feature the author’s portrait on colorful backgrounds. Besides, the digital collectibles will have collage-style traits ranging from animals and symbols. 

The AiBook team has already collected quotes, created the collage elements and developed the platform and all the NFT will be generated on the AiBook website. Moreover, the project founders plan to dedicate each month to one author and that will be represented by their most popular works. The information about each author will also be displayed on the project’s website. 

Besides, all AiBook NFT holders will be able to generate short stories based on their unique NFT and the entire process will be based on artificial intelligence as well. The latter is expected to be implemented by the end of the current calendar year. In 2023, the AiBook team will publish a book of NFT holders’ short stories and the book will be distributed among all community members. 

Each NFT will have unlimited slots for the metadata, so that it can be re-used later to fill it up with the additional data and values, such as Ai stories, AR graphics, books and other real bonuses. The founders of the AiBook project will host an NFT giveaway and an AI-powered lottery sometime during the third quarter of 2022. 

The public minting of the AiBook NFT will begin on September 1, 2022, which is the day of knowledge. Prior to that, there will be a pre-sale of 700 NFT on one of the launchpads and a Whitelist process will be launched soon for the purpose. As for the future plans of the project, there will be AI stories generation, AR printed art and printed books shipping to the NFT owners, who have 7 authors or at least 1 story generated. 

Some other planned future activities of the project include the book shop from the project’s white-label printing company, bags and notebooks with AiBook branding. There will also be an NFT Caffe where holders of 10 AiBook NFT or more can receive free coffee and desserts. Overall, the AiBook project aims to foster an interest in reading books and also breathe new life into masterpieces of world literature.

Discussing the AIBook NFT Project, Editor in Chief at Cryptonaire Weekly, Mr. Karnav Shah noted, “AIBook NFT looks very unique and stands out among the other NFT crypto projects. It will surely be exciting to share more information regarding this NFT project in the coming weeks with our crypto audience & subscribers.”

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