The Robotos NFT collection features 10,000 randomly generated droids, curated by Pablo Stanley. Each character is made out of metal outfits, can-like faces, and various digital accessories.
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This week, we bring you NFT droid characters designed by the famous designer and Illustrator—Pablo Stanley. The name of this collection is Robotos. We have seen quite a ramp-up in price this past week, giving more than 10x returns to people who minted the first generation. Today, we will be looking at everything there is to know about Robotos and share with you why it is a unique NFT collection that can make some serious noise.
The Robotos NFT collection features 10,000 randomly generated droids, curated by Pablo Stanley. Each character is made out of metal outfits, can-like faces, and various digital accessories. With over 170 traits, the collection consists of many droid categories based on rarity. They can be common, rare, and super rare, depending upon how many attributes one has and how many of them are hard to get.
Few notable ones are Computo Head, Cyborgo Face, Chassis Color, Helmet, and Backpack. As there are so many traits and variations to each character, Robotos collection truly makes it special for every owner.
The project was launched in August, and the ones who minted only had to pay 0.05 ETH plus some gas fee. At the time of writing this article, the floor price of Robotos is close to 0.45 ETH, which means the cheapest Robotos NFT bought for $290 could sell for more than $1600. On the Open Sea marketplace, the total trading volume amounts to 4.4K ETH. A month ago, it was only 2.4K ETH, which shows how much this collection has grown without any hype around it.
Meet the Artist- Pablo Stanley
Pablo Stanley is a well-known personality in the art and illustration world. Before working on the Robotos NFT collection, he majorly contributed and made a difference to the open-source illustration library. He was also a lead designer at InVision, a Staff member at Lyft, and co-founder of Carbon Health.
Last year, he started a company called Blush that is dedicated to helping people to tap into their imagination and create amazing illustrations. With so much experience in creating illustrations and working on products assisting creatives, Pablo knows what the hell he is doing when it comes to art and NFTs.
Pablo mentioned in a recent interview that Robotos NFT collection was inspired by the transformers. Outside of leading this project, he also educates people through his free crash courses on art and design tools. His Youtube channel is a must-watch.
Pablo’s Social Media Handles
Twitter– 74,000 Followers
Youtube– 101,000 Subscribers
Instagram– 47,600 Followers
Robotos collection has one of the most loyal communities we have seen till now in the NFT space. Even when things were slowing down in terms of price, the majority of the owners refused to dump their share of NFTs. This has been one of the main reasons why Robotos was not a big part of the recent NFT correction. Pablo and his team have created so many interesting things for the community that kept them engaged and excited for what’s to come in the future.
The community on Twitter and Discord love to showcase their droid characters, and it makes it more fun with the animated GIFs. Every Robotos holder gets their image assets in the form of GIF, PNG, and SVG files. And they are all resolution-free. They also get to view their stuff and access the Roboto spec sheet. This way, community members can easily compare traits of their robots and have active conversations about the ongoing events.
Community engagement for Robotos is off the charts when compared with other blue-chip collections. Pablo keeps having live sessions to involve members and take their opinions for plans. Even on Twitter, they keep hosting different competitions and giveaways. Robotos already has a merchandise section that consists of hats, sweatshirts, mugs, and hoodies.
Sales & Floor Price Data
The sales data and average floor price give us a better picture of how good Robotos is performing on NFT marketplaces. To start, the total volume and sales are 4,314 ETH and 13,646, respectively. In the last seven days, we saw 2,186 sales on the Open Sea. As mentioned before, the floor price also hit a new all-time high.
As we can see, the floor was steadily rising, and it suddenly took off to almost reach 0.5 ETH. In this run, the number of new holders increased multifold. On 19th Sept, the number of new unique holders increased by 451. This is very important. As unique owners increase, there is less possibility for the floor price to suddenly come crashing. Robotos collection has a very good distribution of its NFTs when compared with others.
What makes Robotos NFT collection so unique?
There are so many that stand out when it comes to Robotos. And it is good it is getting the attention it deserves. To begin with, the architect behind this project is super talented and committed to delivering the best NFT experience to all holders. The community is incredible as well. But there is more to it that makes Robotos so unique.
The constant Air Drops by Pablo are keeping the community more engaged than ever. We have seen three airdrops that emphasize the story and origins of this collection. They are Emojibots, Robotos Genesis (hand-drawn by Pablo), and Robotos Originals.
Roboto workshops are a thing of beauty. Owners can create new chars, make upgrades, and build other cool stuff. This not only makes the community more interactive but will attract more people to buy Robotos NFTs.
Finally, the metaverse—Robotoland is the place where Robotos can live and visit many different places. With virtual world integration, NFT owners can meet others in the community and chill from anywhere in the world.
Their roadmap is also promising, considering they have delivered everything until now with absolute perfection. The next step is to launch Robo Pets. Pablo mentions these pets would be loyal companions of their owners and will share common traits. It is going to be exciting to see how they turn out. But from the initial sketches and images, they look fantastic.
Robotos has every major aspect there is to an NFT collection. The artist behind this project is super talented, and not only that- he also dedicates his time to interact more with community members and joins various Twitter spaces to learn more. The community has developed a deep appreciation for Pablo’s commitment and appreciates the level of involvement that he maintains with them. With that being said, we believe Robotos is a solid NFT collection that not only provides a special experience for all its holders but also— can be a sustainable project with consistent growth in price and utility.
Born and brought up in India, Karthikeya Gutta is a crypto journalist and freelance contributor for ItsBlockchain. He covers various aspects of the industry with in-depth analysis and research. His passion towards blockchain and crypto ecosystem is mainly because he believes it can really change the world and help millions of people.
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