Why we have NFT Artwork & how it works

NFTs (Non-fungible tokens) are simply a digital means to prove ownership. They are often used to show proof of owning artwork. We however use the same NFT technology to prove membership of our club. You can think of your NFT artwork as a one-of-a-kind membership card.

Why we have artwork

Our first NFT collection included 4,825 national park artworks. Each NFT has different visual traits, some much rarer than others. This makes some NFTs more valuable than others and makes collecting our park NFTs fun!

How rarity works in our club

  • Each person that holds one of our NFTs get a membership to our club
  • When we host events and contests, we reward people with points and reward people who hold rarer traits with even more more points

Our NFT Timeline

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US National Park NFTs

✅ LAUNCHED
Our first collection based on the 63 US national parks for club membership

POAP Airdrops

✅ LAUNCHED
Holders are airdropped NFTs to celebrate their participation in virtual or IRL events

PARK PEOPLE PFPs

🟢 IN-PROGRESS
Our first PFP collection – the biggest of it’s kind includes rangers and every character you can imagine that loves national parks

FANTASY PARKS

🟠 PLANNED
Inspired from our imaginations and the metaverse, fantasy parks will create lands you only dreamed could exist

PARKS & MONUMENTS

🟠 PLANNED

Based on where we can have the most impact, we will expand to state parks/monuments, or go global with world parks

Our first collection - US national parks

Parks

There are 63 parks, the most popular park has a supply of 233 NFTs and the least has a supply of 17. In addition, there are 5 legendary fantasy parks. Refer to OpenSea to see exactly how many of each park.

Basecamp
  • 129 Wildlifer
  • 128 Roadtripper
  • 126 Camping
  • 118 Photography
  • 113 Climbing
  • 110 Hiking
Objects
  • 224 Moon
  • 222 Birds
  • 93 Eagle
Atmosphere
  • 3343 Glare
  • 559 Fog
  • 400 Rainbow
  • 265 Rain
  • 213 Lightning
  • 43 Full Rainbow
Ambience
  • 642 Blue Hour
  • 458 Golden Hour
  • 258 Night
  • 252 Spotlight
Earth
  • 799 Feldspar
  • 599 Granite
  • 481 Obsidian
  • 432 Sandstone
  • 412 Erosion
  • 367 H2o
  • 234 Moss
  • 232 Pyrite
  • 109 Molten
  • 93 Ruby
  • 49 Voxel
  • 37 Petridish
Sky
  • 619 Sun halo
  • 595 Classic sunset
  • 577 Morning Blue
  • 575 Hue Shift
  • 524 Afternoon
  • 480 Vibrant sunset
  • 479 Moonlit stars
  • 302 Dramatic sunset
  • 233 Above the clouds
  • 177 Star trails
  • 156 Milky way
  • 87 Aurora borealis
  • 19 Blueprint

Our upcoming collection - park people PFPs

Park People

Full details of our PFP collection are evolving as we work with partners and evolve our vision.

What we can share is that our collection will be diverse and offer unique utility and value to anyone that loves the outdoors.

The utility of holding a Park PFP is currently top secret while we iron out details with some partners.

Rangers: Guardians of the parks
Park Rangers are key characters in our PFP collection. They represent carers of our lands and allow holders to show their passion for protecting, caring, and visiting their favorite National Parks. They will be equipped with skills, tools, and unique personalities that represent all aspects of caring for nature.
Characters of the parks

Parks are the place we all go to immerse ourselves in nature. We travel hundreds of miles, we hike, we camp, we capture photos, we are all characters that interact. All types of hobbies and characters will be represented in this collection.

Surprise characters No collection is complete without surprises. We will have some unexpected characters of the lands that will all be part of the story-telling of our collection. NPNFTRANGER716

NFT Rarity – rarity.tools

Many NFT investors like to see how each NFT ranks across a collection, often to determine how rare and valuable an NFT is. We don’t place much value on individual rarity in our collection due to the community rewards listed above taking priority. However, by popular demand, we are officially listed with rarity.tools.

> View Rarity on rarity.tools