Popular BNB chain metaverse project SecondLive is celebrating the launch of Binance’s BAB token with a giveaway of $BEAN and NFT outfits. Listen:
BNB chain metaverse project SecondLive is celebrating the launch of Binance’s new soulbound token by offering rewards to $BAB holders. According to a Sept. 16 tweet, holders can claim free $BEAN and NFT outfits on the SecondLive website.
SecondLive recently shared information about the further development of Gobeti, a tool for creating and editing 3D avatar clothing, which BSC News wrote about in an article.
Gobeti version 2.0 allows users to edit patterns, colors and shades on different types of NFT wearables, meaning they can try on different types of shirts, bottoms and shoes and export them as standardized 3D files.
The new SecondLive airdrop is only available for BAB token holders. The project said they plan to offer more benefits in the near future.
In this pose, we examine the various NFT outfit designs created by the SecondLive community. Let’s start with Niksa Tironi.
Cool, isn’t it?
If you ask my opinion, I’d say that these outfits feel and look pretty classy when you put them on: the black and gold trimmings look seemingly perfect for an expedition, but the point is, where are you going? My money will be used for a crypto expedition, but we can sure replace it for more exciting things!
Neutrally speaking, this isn’t all that different from the entry above. That looks a bit spread out if you ask me. I’ll stick with Niksa Tironi anyway.
Hmm, these outfits could just be repetitive with Binance’s color scheme, but each has distinctive details. I particularly like the shoes. Would I choose this one over the others now? … Probably not.
That is my favourite!
I’m in love with this outfit! OK, I have to admit I have a thing for white and gold, but the designs here are so eye-catching, aren’t they?
That gives me a full 100 out of 100 points.
Hmm now on that I would say this looks pretty classy and is similar to multi but of course the color combos are different and I wouldn’t mind trying it on. Looks good!
Well, not sure!
As you might have guessed from the caption, this isn’t an outfit I’m likely to reach for. The shoes definitely look gorgeous, but otherwise the outfit seems a bit repetitive. I mean they could have been a little more imaginative with the design.
Conclusion on SecondLive outfits
As a space, SecondLive has been really proactive in many areas, and designing outfits is one of them. I absolutely loved Agung Rachmatullah’s design: I mean, this combination of white and gold is stunning.
But in general there could have been much more variation in the collections.
We’ll have to wait and watch for more updates from SecondLive, and of course we’ll keep you posted!