90's Kids NFT Collection

Zack Wolfe
December 9, 2022
8 min read

What is 90's kids?

Are you 50/50 on it or board slidin your way in?

90's Kids is an NFT collection aimed towards skaters and 90's nostalgia. The simplistic yet graffiti-style characters will be randomly generated with unique features, some being rarer than others.

The project's founders, FVCKRENDER and Gabriel Jetski are very well known in the NFT space, and have landed some collaborations with some large projects such as Open Seas (the largest NFT platform) Doodles (one of the top NFT projects) and professional skaters.

We expect this list to grow as the drop date comes closer.

According to the 90's Kids Twitter, the launch date will be December 15'th. On this date, users will purchase a token that is then generated into a random character.

We have yet to see how many 90's Kids will be generated, although the pre-mint list is limited to 5,000 spot.

How to get your pre-mint spot

Unless you're an owner of a FVCKRENDER NFT, Goblin Town, Doodles, or Genuine Undead, you'll have to shoot your shot at a giveaway. Head over to their Twitter and keep an eye out for giveaways.

New to the space? What's an NFT?

An NFT, or non-fungible token, is a type of digital asset that represents ownership of a unique item or piece of content.

Unlike traditional cryptocurrencies, which are interchangeable and can be easily exchanged for one another, NFTs are one-of-a-kind and cannot be replicated or replaced.

This makes them particularly useful for verifying the ownership and authenticity of digital art, collectibles, and other unique digital assets. NFTs are often built on top of blockchain technology, which provides a decentralized and secure way to track and verify ownership of the asset.

Story behind the brand

On the 90's Kids Discord they released the brand story:

Founded by Fvckrender and Gabriel Jetski, the idea for the project goes way back; when they were 10 years old, skating in parks, listening to gangstarr on their iPods.

It's by getting kicked out of several spots every day, blowing out their ankles on stair sets, watching 411 videos, playing tech deck and eating subway (the only restaurant near the skatepark), that they built their passion for skateboarding.

They can't skate like they used to, but their passion for the sport remains.

”Being both artists, we have an interest in beautiful things and creation. That's why we created 90's kids." -Gab

We have yet to see how many 90's Kids will be generated, although the pre-mint list is limited to 5,000 spot.

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