DeFi lending protocol Nereus Finance introduces an NFT collection

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DeFi lending protocol Nereus Finance introduces an Ethereum-based NFT collection dubbed “Shapeshifters.”

The collection includes 10,000 artworks with a variety of traits. Out of these, ten non-fungible tokens have a full set of attributes and are considered the rarest. Then, the collection features 131 “Legendary”—rarity NFTs, 487 “Epic” tokens, 2,556 “Rare” artworks, and 6,816 “Common” NFTs.  

“Shapeshifters” NFTs will grant holders access to community discord channels and other special benefits of the Nereus Finance Protocol.

Shape Shifters

It’s worth noting that the first NFT from the collection can be minted by anyone for free. The following tokens will go up for 0.01 ETH for the premium allowlist members, 0.02 ETH for the allowlist, and 0.05 ETH for a general audience. 

The collection launches in three steps. Members of the “Elite” allowlist will get access to the mint on September 22, the pre-sale takes place on September 23, and the public sale will open on September 24. Any individual that has locked over 10,000 $WXT within Nereus or holds an active Wirex Elite Membership plan can access the “Elite” allowlist

Nereus Finance is a decentralized cross-chain non-custodial protocol that permits users to earn interest on deposits and borrow assets. The company partners with crypto-friendly ecosystem Wirex, which has previously issued a Metaverse-ready next-generation token $WXT aimed at mass-market adoption. 

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