Weekly Recap

Weekly Recap

79AU | 6.13-17

sophmetries, #digitalfeelings Genesis
Mila Sketch, Sophia the Robot
Mint Gold Dust Onboards Local Austin Artist into Web 3.0
By JenJoy Roybal | Co-Founder + CEO of Searchlight.Art

Onboarding and education is a big part of the culture in Web 3.0. Many of us artists and creatives were introduced to the merits of blockchain and were graciously shown the way by those that came before – from opening a wallet, to crypto security basics, to preparing and minting an artwork. It’s a journey, and having people to welcome and guide is essential to the ongoing growth and strengthening of the whole ecosystem. It’s not always the case that we get an introduction to the movement by an OG and a team of experts. That was the case for local Austin artists during Consensus 2022 on June 10-11, with the Mint Gold Dust team at The Cathedral, an artist and co-working space run by atxGals.

In a quiet neighborhood just outside of Downtown Austin, the former church was taken over by Mint Gold Dust and the communities that make up an important part of the local art scene. The Cathedral was home to a two-day gathering where artists where invited to discover the ins-and outs of NFTs, the blockchain and the financial responsibility that comes with adding this opportunity to an art practice. 

The Cathedral in Austin, TX

On Friday, June 10, 2022, local artists came together to enjoy digital artworks, eat a coveted Bad Larry’s burger, and casually learn about the goings on of art on the block chain to the beats thrown down by DJ Diggy Dutch. Muck Rock made a special appearance creating an artwork on the spot. The underpainting that appeared as a few rough-sketched lines when I arrived, gradually became large, rich, red lips with stark white teeth and luscious foliage, with Spring flowers coming out of the opening of a seductive mouth that floated in a black background. The artwork, titled “The Universe,” was minted on Mint Gold Dust and put up for auction the same night. It was beautiful watching the work come to life.

Muck Rock, The Universe

The following day, on the 11th, started early with a deeper dive into what a blockchain is, a step-by-step guide to opening a wallet and to minting on the Mint Gold Dust platform. Other platforms were also discussed. Artists were given the unique perspective from Kelly LeValley Hunt, founder of Mint Gold Dust and legendary investor in some of the most prominent platforms on the Ethereum block chain. I don’t think many in the room understood the unique perspective Kelly brings to the story of the rise of art on the Ethereum blockchain, and the rise of the Ethereum blockchain itself. It was quite the treat.

Following the onboarding and educational session I had the pleasure and privilege to sit on a panel with artists Yasmin Youseff, Raina Casbon-Kelts of Gilded Finance, and the Mint Gold Dust Team: Miles Starkey, Hannah Gulledge, and Kelly LeValley Hunt. The conversation opened up with a question about the importance of local and global community building which made me think of the many artists I get to work with all over the world in a way that is close and meaningful, while at the same time being able to cultivate strong ties in my own small city of Santa Fe. This felt akin to what was possible for the local Austin artist community. I wanted to convey the opportunity to grow in both ways, local and global, and how Web 3.0 provides that unique connection to a global artists pool can enrich the local community as well. 

Brunch and Learn Panel

We had a chance to learn from Raina of Gilded Finance. She provided some very grounded advice about how to get started and what to look out for as you begin to grow your crypto assets. She expressed the importance of hiring a professional accountant and described how the Gilded software can connect to quickbooks. Personally, this was music to my ears in light of how complicated tracking these things can be. Yasmin shared her journey into NFTs and described how it was being received at art fairs and with collectors. She saw it as a huge growth opportunity. We talked about the various ways in which NFTs make their way into the world, either as engaging phygitals (a digital asset attached to a physical asset), presented on large LED screens, experienced in immersive virtual environments or shared through augmented or mixed reality. 

Having come into the web 3.0 environment through with many hours of listening and exchange on Clubhouse during the pandemic, it was wonderful to witness so many artists getting a condensed and concise introduction to the movement. Now that we are able to meet in person Mint Gold Dust has seized the opportunity to connect with the community and has started with a very vibrant one in Austin.   

JenJoy Roybal is an artist, urbanist, writer, editor, and digital content creator. She is inspired by humanity’s oldest stories and artworks related to sacred rituals and sacred space. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Master of Urban Planning and Design from The Bernard and Anne Spritzer School of Architecture, City College New York. She is also the Co-founder and CEO of SearchLight.Art is a women-led, community-orientated crypto art organization.

Headed to NFT.NYC next week? Check out our post from last week where we announce our auction lots for the official VIP + Speaker Dinner.

Weekly Recap

79AU | 6.3-6.9


BoogieREZ, "Take it to the TOP"
Artsy, "A Couple"
Alfacenttauri, "Corrupton"
Mint Gold Dust Announces Auction Lots for NFT.NYC 2022

NFT Platform Mint Gold Dust returns to NFT.NYC with an exclusive collection to be sold during a live auction at the official NFT.NYC VIP and Speaker Dinner at the Marriott Marquis Times Square on Monday, June 20th, 2022 at 7:30pm.

Mint Gold Dust Auction @ NFT.NYC 2021

Mint Gold Dust is auctioning off nearly 20 lots featuring unique and diverse 1/1’s from world renowned Middle Eastern artist Dia al-Azzawi, award winning Austin artist Mila Sketch, and an NFT from Black Box Collective that grants the holder private jet access.

Black Box Collective, "Alpha Jet"

In addition, the team has secured a large selection of RAREPEPEs, including a rare, nearly complete, collection of Series 1 RAREPEPE cards, one being the famed Satoshi Natamoto Series 1 Card. If sold, the collection sale will be a monumental event for NFT and art history.

Series 1 RAREPEPE Collection

Mint Gold Dust partner Tokenframe, the most technically advanced and feature-rich display frame for crypto art, will also be a part of the sale. Tokenframe’s patented technology connects your wallet with the frame to allow you to display your favorite NFT collection seamlessly. One of their tabletop frames, currently only available via a waiting list, will be up for grabs.

Immediately after launching the Mint Gold Dust platform in November 2021, the team hosted an auction at NFT.NYC 2021 where rare and vintage NFTs were sold, including a RAREPEPE Satoshi Nakamoto that was sold to Metapurse founder Metakovan for $500,000.

Since then, Mint Gold Dust has continued to onboard artists and collectors, host online exhibitions, and has brought another iteration of the auction to community gathering ETH Denver in February, where they sold works by Android Jones, Mr. Soul, and others. 

2022 NFT.NYC VIP ticket holders can pre-register for the auction today using this link. At the dinner on June 20th, Mint Gold Dust will have a registration table where you can check-in and pick up your paddle.

Check out last week’s edition of 79Au here.

Weekly Recap

79AU | 5.26-6.2


Mila Sketch, "Flourish"
Spherical Art, "The Neighborhood"
Mint Gold Dust Heads to Austin for Consensus 2022

NFT Marketplace and ecosystem Mint Gold Dust is headed back to Austin, TX to host a two-day event, June 10-11, 2022, during Coindesk’s Consensus Festival. 

From 6:30-9:30pm on June 10th, Mint Gold Dust will take over The Cathedral, an Austin community space known for its art shows, wellness workshops, events, and daytime co-working space. The evening event will feature burger pop-up Bad Larry Burger Club, libations, and sounds by DJ Diggy Dutch. The event will also feature live painting by famed street artist Muck Rock. The art she creates that night will then be digitized and minted as an NFT on Mint Gold Dust’s marketplace.

Image courtesy of Muck Rock

The next day, Saturday, June 11th, Mint Gold Dust will be hosting a Brunch & Learn from 9am-1pm at The Cathedral. The drop in event will feature panels and workshops for artists and collectors interested in starting their NFT journey. Topics include setting up a crypto wallet, learning about smart contracts, and how to mint on Mint Gold Dust. The event is a great opportunity to learn more about how NFTs can support artists creatively and financially. The programming schedule will be available on the official Eventbrite page next week. 

Tickets for both Mint Gold Dust events are available now via the button below. Reserve your spot today as capacity is limited. See you in Austin! 

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79AU | 5.12-5.20


Rakkaus Art, "Keep Going"

“In this series I use images of my body, bones and pieces I no longer have, or what has been put in its place.

As a young child, one form of treatment for my JRA was to inject gold into my body weekly…Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with a gold mixture. I like to think that is what they were trying to do for me.” – Rakkaus Art

J MUZACZ, "The New Yorker"
paste24, "Soul Elevation"

This week, our community manager is back with Part 2 of her series, Collaboration and Competition in Web3 Communities where she addresses competition within communities. Check out Part 1 of this series here

Collaboration and Competition in Web3 Communities: Exploring Community Competition

While the consensus agrees that the collaborative aspect of developed communities is what fosters the sense of niche inclusivity that is a defining factor of Web3 over its predecessors; that same tight-knit atmosphere contributes forward momentum by pushing competing projects to prove themselves worthy of community support by creating and embracing utility. Thus far the NFT space has largely progressed with a high focus on profits, but the potential in collectively competitive, utility-oriented communities could possibly turn the tide on what motivates projects to grow in Web3. The new buzzword “utility,” an apt replacement for 2021’s demand for a “use case” in decentralized finance, has a commanding hold on communities as they search for additional intrinsic value in their investments.

NFT’s serve utility beyond existing as digital assets in multiple sectors of what community members now consider their daily lives. There are tokens for gaming, the Metaverse, social spaces, and real estate. As these projects evolve within their respective market share, communities and project managers become the voice of what traits and perks will ultimately be rolled out to holders. Decisions about the type of community that a project should target, the size and scalability, along with the ability to provide impactful content to rally around on highly visible social media channels become driving factors of project progression. In essence, the art is your ticket, and utility is the show.

Continuing to look at the Bored Apes ecosystem as a powerhouse, OtherDeed for Otherside is an example of these principles in action. The Yuga Labs based project sold out in mere hours and quickly became one of most sought after drops in the NFT space.

OtherDeed for Otherside, #95210 | Owned by Iamcode

Otherside, a gamified metaverse in which users can turn their NFTs into playable characters, launched with 55,000 “Otherdeeds” as virtual, tokenized land deeds required to claim space in Otherside. The team behind BAYC has expressed that this project will utilize APECOIN, the Bored Ape Yacht Club-affiliated cryptocurrency, for its circular economy and has promised to continue building the total user experience over time. 

As each piece of land comes with rare and specific attributes that are highly desired by those within the community, the price is driven up with each resale and further propels the project into “blue chip” status. As the community grows and searches for return on their investment, Yuga Labs and BAYC must also grow to meet demand and maintain relevance in an over saturated market. There is an expectation that these pieces of land will generate passive income for holders by combining scarcity with utility, effectively creating an environment where third parties are willing to compete with each other financially for a coveted spot in the community. 

Still in their early stages, NFT’s with utility provide more to investors than just ROI driven by a scarcity factor. Thriving communities that focus on realizing their concepts and implementing their benefits into innovative eventual daily use inadvertently create a sense of urgency for alternative projects to remain lucrative. In a space where many projects can seem incredibly similar depending on the corner of the market they’re attempting to capitalize; this earnest pace is imperative to sustainable growth.

Miss last week’s call for artists for NFT.NYC? Check out all the details on 79Au.

Weekly Recap

79AU | 5.6-5.12


Z Creative Media, "Cryptographic Power"
Allan Linder, "Thought Creation"
Lucasaoki, "New Horizons"


This June, Mint Gold Dust returns to NFT.NYC with an exclusive IRL auction at the official NFT.NYC VIP Dinner on June 20th, 2022 

Immediately after launching our platform in November, we hosted an auction at NFT.NYC 2021 where we auctioned off rare and vintage NFTs, including a RAREPEPE Satoshi Nakamoto that was sold  to Metakovan for $500,000. 

Since then, we have continued to onboard artists and collectors, hosted online exhibitions, and brought another iteration of our auction to ETH Denver in February where we sold works by Android Jones, Mr. Soul, and others. 

For our upcoming auction in June, we are opening up the call for artists to the community. Whether you have minted with us in the past or you are looking to explore Mint Gold Dust for the first time, we want to see your art. We will be accepting submissions until May 31st, 2022. Please email your proposed work to curator@mintgolddust.io with the subject line “NFT.NYC Auction Submission” to be considered. 

Additionally, we are putting out a call to our collectors. Collectors are an integral part of the ecosystem, and so often they don’t have the opportunity to share their collection with the world. As a part of our activation with NFT.NYC, we will be displaying NFTs directly from our collectors’ wallets around the venue, courtesy of our frame partner TokenFrame. Email curator@mintgolddust.io for more info on how to display your NFTs with us. 

See you in June in New York! 

Miss last week’s 79Au where we interviewed pioneer Arab artist Dia al-Azzawi about his genesis NFT collection, Freddie 1.0 on Mint Gold Dust? Check out our conversation here.

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79AU | 4.28-5.5


Dia al-Azzawi, Freddie 1.0 #1
Dia al-Azzawi, Freddie 1.0 #2
Dia al-Azzawi, Freddie 1.0 #5

For this special edition of 79Au, we are highlighting Freddie 1.0, the genesis NFT collection from pioneer Arab artist Dia al-Azzawi.

For over half a century, Dia al-Azzawi’s work has celebrated Arab culture while blurring the boundaries between art forms and embracing new technologies. His iconic paintings and sculptures have been exhibited all around the world, and today at 12pm EST, his first NFT collection drops on Mint Gold Dust

Dia al-Azzawi in front of one of his paintings - Courtesy of the artist

Ahead of the launch, we talked with Dia about his jump into NFTs and the inspiration behind the collection as a whole. Check it out below:

Tell us about your new NFT collection, Freddie 1.0.

This collection of eight digital sculptures is inspired by my grandson, Freddie, whose enthusiasm for playing and interacting with the world around him is a source of constant joy to me. I have attempted to capture this enthusiasm in the form of a toy that any young child might want to play with, which also reflects the energy and passion of youth itself. Instead of realizing these works as physical objects that could become irrelevant and be easily discarded, I decided that the idea of creating sculptures that can be stored forever on a Blockchain would be more relevant to Freddie as he grows up. They can be passed down to future generations. 

What inspired you to create an NFT collection after finding success in the traditional art world over the past few decades?

I am best known for traditional artforms, such as painting on canvas and cast bronze sculptures, but embracing new technology has always been one of the most important ways in which I keep my practice relevant. For example, I have been creating artworks and designing other objects on Illustrator and Photoshop for many years; so the computer often replaces my traditional sketchbooks and has therefore become an essential part of my work. I have also used non-traditional techniques, such as 3D scanning and printing, to realize some of these ideas as physical sculptures, so it seemed a natural progression to start realising them as NFTs. 

A Dia al-Azzawi sculpture - Courtesy of the artist

Can you walk us through the process of creating these digital artworks? How did the creation process vary from painting or sculpting?

As mentioned above, I often design sculptural works on the computer and I originally intended to realise these sculptures via 3-D printing: this is how this NFTs collection started. When I learnt more about digital art, I understood that the possibilities of changing the sculptures were boundless and I found this freedom exhilarating. Even though bright colours are a key part of every part of my practice, I enjoyed exploring eclectic and vibrant colour combinations in this series due to this freedom.

Do you have a favourite piece from this collection?

The first one (which is entirely gold except for some red highlights) is my favourite as the overall form is the essence of any sculpture, while varying the colours and surface design comes later. 

What advice would you give other artists looking to get into the NFT space?

I have previously advised other artists to be modest but always be ready to challenge yourself with a new idea. The idea of making NFTs is extremely new so just try to make something and see how it goes!

Dia al-Azzawi

Dia al-Azzawi’s Freddie 1.0 launches today, 5/5, at 12pm EST on Mint Gold Dust. Click here to learn more about each piece and the collection.

Catch up on last week’s edition of 79Au where our community manager begins to break down the value of collaboration in Web3. Next week, she’ll be doing a a Part 2 focused on the importance of competition, collaboration’s counterpart. 

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79AU | 4.21-28


Allan Linder, Thought Creation

This piece is a part of Allan Linder’s latest collection, the Eternal Energy series. Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it always was, always has been, everything that ever existed always exists, it’s moving into form, through form, and out of form.

“Your life right now is a mirror of your past thoughts. ⁠ What will your life look like with your future thoughts? Today can be the first day of your new Thought Creation.” 

bebber, But Things Don't Really Change
Masha Ermeeva, Embrace
Collaboration and Competition in Web3 Communities:
A Deeper Dive into Collaboration

This week, our community manager does a deep dive into the importance of collaboration in Web3. Check back next week as we explore the value of competition.

Dynamic, collaborative communities are the backbone of successful projects in Web3. As they grow, they breed a new level of competition that is a driving force of the decentralized space. Empowered individuals with a refreshed sense of autonomy push for a more equitable and sustainable society through collaborating with like-minded parties who agree the future of the web can be better by being different.

Look no further than Bored Ape Yacht Club to understand the power in a forward-thinking community. The de facto rockstars of the NFT space have cultivated a billion-dollar ecosystem around viral images of bored apes. As they creep toward a million followers on Twitter, it’s impossible to ignore the chatter around the project and between community members. Holders relay news and updates via social media in real time, and you’d be hard-pressed to find an alternate faction without at least one Ape or Ape variant profile picture on display. The community creates their own merchandise, holds Twitter Spaces and AMAs for those entering their corner of the Metaverse, and continually propels the project to the top of searchable trends. 

But do these benefits only favor NFT collectors? An NFT co-op project that predates Bored Ape points to no. 

The demonstrated history between partnerships and building social capital paints a picture of exactly how imperative these bonds are to constructing a prosperous project in the NFT space that can be beneficial for artists. In early March of 2021, a 100-strong force known as The Ultimate Artist Collaboration not only minted out within minutes but crashed the platform hosting the project. The catch? The initial drop was anonymous, only hinting that there was a mix of both well and lesser-known artists in the partnership.

The Ultimate Artist Collaboration

Project curator, Loopifyyy, released his initiative with the aim to explore the way smaller collectors and artists value artwork. Reaching out to 100 artists with a 10-day deadline and 3 genres to choose from, Loopifyyy rallied a community of creatives around the project. The genesis launched at 0.3 Ethereum and has amassed 112 Ethereum in volume. While this number may seem lower in comparison to large names like Bored Ape, CryptoKitties, or Crypto Punks this specific instance of relative success is noteworthy as the project invited artists who would not have otherwise had an opportunity to enter the space due to problematic limitations like high gas fees, limited visibility, and inexperience with the necessary technology. There is potential in the collective. 

Projects that combine thoughtful leadership and a community willing to offer up its collective strength will more often than not succeed in the space and will continue to prove the value and, indeed, the necessity of creative collaboration. 

While the consensus agrees that the collaborative aspect of developed communities is what fosters the sense of niche inclusivity that is a defining factor of Web3 over its predecessors; that same tight-knit atmosphere contributes forward momentum by pushing competing projects to prove themselves worthy of community support by creating and embracing utility.

Last week, we announced our upcoming drop with Pioneer of Arab art, Dia al-Azzawi. Learn all about the upcoming collection and drop details here

Weekly Recap

79AU | 4.14-21


goldysucci, "Homo Metaverses"
Martin Lukas Ostachowski, "ETH Noise of 21 - Variety in Duality"
Joyce Korotkin, "Occurrence Species 3 / Transmutation 2"
Critically Acclaimed Arab artist Dia al-Azzawi to launch first NFT collection on Mint Gold Dust
Freddie Collection Preview

Pioneer of modern Arab art Dia al-Azzawi announces his genesis NFT collection, Freddie. The collection is set to drop May 5th on Mint Gold Dust, featuring 8 artworks.

Born in Baghdad in 1939, the 83-year-old artist is now living and working in London. His impressive work negotiates new relationships between the past and the present, and for the first time in his career, he has entered a new medium working in digital art.

Dia al-Azzawi in Studio

Inspired by his grandson Frederick, the NFT collection was created to express his love and fondness for his grandson and the importance of our future generations and what we leave behind. Young people hold the key to creating a better future for us and they are the most affected by what our world faces today.

Describing his new collection, Dia explained, “I wanted to create a body of work that captures a young child’s energy using the traditional shapes and colours I grew up with. By embracing this connection between the old and the new, the Freddie collection allows me to leave a piece of my childhood in the metaverse for future generations to enjoy.”

This first collection drop in the Freddie series is set to drop on Mint Gold Dust at 12pm EST on May 5th, 2022. Make sure to follow us on Twitter (@mintgolddust) for teasers from the drop.

Miss our last edition of 79Au where our new Community Manager discussed the importance of building empowered communities in web3? Catch up here.

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79AU | 4.1-7


Sinuous Rills, "A New Dance Craze Called Acid #003"
Ben Snell, "Ritual Nature"
Carlitoz, "The Thin Line Between Genius & Madness"
Crypto Culture: Building Empowered Web3 Communities

There’s a message floating around the crypto space and as those invested watch the next evolutionary step of the internet unfold, it is being widely embraced; “You’re never too late to be early.” A new generation of investors are on the lookout for upcoming launches that could be life-changing in a sea of noisy start-ups vying for attention. A project can tote its talented development team, or tweet about secured grants and investment capital, but if the Web3 boom has taught these would-be investors anything, it’s that community can make or break a campaign.  

It’s clear that the most successful DeFi protocols, DAO’s, and blockchains have the support of strong communities behind them. Their multi-platform reach engages and encourages members to be active and bridges the gap between the teams working behind the scenes and those utilizing the end product. This opportunity for an audience to act as a voice in the shared idea of a project creates self-sustaining networking, and in turn community growth flourishes within the space as like-minded individuals connect.

Groups Gathered at ETH Denver 2022

So, what does that mean for Mint Gold Dust?

At its core, Mint Gold Dust was created to be a decentralized peer-to-peer platform for artists and collectors to transact seamlessly on chain. When we launched in November 2021, we began to grow our community by sponsoring and attending events such as NFT.NYC, ETH Denver, and more. Fast forward to 6 months in operation, we’re ready to kick that up a notch. 

Simply put, we want to invest in our growing community while providing information and transparency through active participation. Our artists and collectors remain the most valuable asset our project holds, and we’d like to include you in our development. As we continue to reflect and build on community feedback on how best to provide a unique working space for the intersection of art and technology, we are ready to make some big changes. 

paste24, "Soul Elevation"

The new Mint Gold Dust Discord has opened its doors and would like to extend an invitation to all artists and collectors in the space. Official announcements regarding significant changes will be pushed through these channels, and our community will be able to engage and provide feedback in real time. We need to know what’s working and where we have opportunities to grow. We’ll also be using this outlet to better connect individual artists with their collectors through providing an open house gathering space allowing for AMA’s and casual conversation.

Need to reach us faster or can’t wait to show us an artist you’ve found? We’re strengthening our presence on Twitter. Feel free to stop by and shout out to our Community Manager (our Resident Giraffe) or drop a link in the comments. We would love to see the art that captures your attention and uplift new and existing artists in the space. Show us what you’re working on for the day, or just pop in to say ‘gm’ — we’re around to say it back.

There’s more to come from Mint Gold Dust as we advance our ecosystem. We’re committed to continuing to highlight the voices of our artists and collectors, and that starts with giving each of you an inclusive space to share your thoughts and ideas while we move forward as a collective. Our strength is in our community, and we’re excited to have you mint your own gold dust with us. You’re definitely early.

March was a big month for Crypto events. Check out our recap of events in last week’s edition of 79Au here and subscribe to 79Au to be the first to hear about our plans for the next installment of NFT.NYC. 

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79AU | 3.24-31


Rakkaus Art, "Leaning Into the Light"
bebber, "But Things Don't Really Change"
Svccy, "Pride"
March NFT Event Circuit 

After celebrating the web3 community at SXSW in Austin earlier this month, the Mint Gold Dust team packed up their bags again and headed out to Greenport, NY for NFT Weekend where founder and CEO Kelly LeValley Hunt was invited to speak. The weekend-long event centered around educating and building an NFT community in North Fork.

Evening Event During NFT Weekend

Featured speakers included Charlotte Kent, an arts writer and assistant Visual Studies professor at Montclair University, Eliza Jordan, Senior Editor of Whitewall Magazine, and Wen Zhou, CEO of 3.1 Phillip Lim. The intimate weekend took place at Sound View hotel where Mint Gold Dust had six NFT artworks on display. 

Fresh off the tails of NFT weekend, the Mint Gold Dust team headed out west for NFT LA to meet with the local and global NFT community that had gathered.

Satellite at NFT LA

For NFT LA, Mint Gold Dust will be hosting a party with Satellite on Friday, 4/1, from 9pm-2am. The event will be a chance to celebrate the end of a great week with music, dancing, and an open bar. 

Last week, we interviewed Miles Starkey, artist and Executive Director of the HOPE Campaign, about our latest collaboration. Check out the discussion here

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