The Royal Goats Club NFT has officially sold out of its first 1000 NFTs. Following the successful first batch of mint and a succession of secondary sales, the floor price is rising, currently increasing by over 450%. The Royal Goats Club NFTs have seen sales ranging from .5 ETH up to 10 ETH and recently even a sale for 30 ETH. While the initial mint price was only .10 ETH, collectors and holders quickly minted their Royal Goats and are listing (and selling) them for Royal prices. One of the main reasons why NFTs are so popular is because they provide a way for people to own digital assets.
While it may be true that NFTs are like investing in a start-up company (because there is always a risk that a company will not be successful, and you could lose your investment), there are usually indicators that may help determine which projects have potential and which one’s don’t. One similarity between Royal Goats Club and Bored Ape Yacht Club is that both have focused on their community and built a strong culture about fellow holders being treated like family. There are a few key things to remember when it comes to community. First and foremost, a community is all about coming together for a common goal or purpose. Whether that’s working towards a shared vision, supporting one another, or simply being there for one another, the community is built on relationships. And while the community can sometimes be considered a physical space like a neighborhood or town, it can also be something much more abstract, like a group of people with similar interests or values. No matter what form it takes, a community is an integral part of our lives. It’s where we find belonging and connection and helps us feel supported during difficult times. This