What We Do?
Disrupt3rs helps creators, regardless of their level of expertise, navigate Web3 and NFT ecosystems by providing the legal, business and tech support necessary to successfully launch an NFT.
How will we do that? Through the first gamified onboarding platform resulting in the creation of smart contracts for your NFTs. Yes, that’s a mouthful but think of it as a wizard that will help you figure out the best and most convenient smart contract for your project and business goals.
Our click-and-play bilingual decentralized application (DAPP) contains different types of modular smart contracts that can adapt to different business models of NFT projects.
Let’s Talk About the DAPP
You start by choosing your avatar (i.e., you in the Disrupt3rs game). Then you will start navigating our platform guided by a number of questions. Each of your answers will be tailoring the smart contract on the spot. At the end of the game, you will have in your hands the perfect smart contract for your NFT project.
At Disrupt3rs we want to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to share their creativity, passions and culture through a self-sustainable ecosystem.
Additionally, our goal is to provide transparency to the business opportunities and risks, as well as contractual terms applicable to each NFT in a language that's simple, easy to understand and gamified!Contact Us
#1. First things first... let's understand your options for setting up NFT wallets.
We've been busy researching the best platforms in Web3 and building partnerships so you can select from a range of 100% secure platforms.
There are 3 types of NFT wallets: hosted wallets, non-custodial wallets, and hardware wallets. Let's figure out which one is best for you.
It’s called hosted because a third party keeps your NFTs for you, similar to how a bank keeps your money in a checking or savings account. For example, Flickplay is a metaverse social platform that provides users a hosted wallet feature. The main benefit of keeping your NFTs in a hosted wallet is you don’t need to create a wallet to launch or collect NFTs. Also, if you forget your password, you won’t lose your NFTs. A drawback to a hosted wallet is you can’t sell your NFTs in a secondary market until you open a non-custody wallet. However, that may change as hosted wallets start to support more features.FLICKPLAY
A non-custodial wallet, like Metamask, puts you in complete control of your NFTs. Non-custodial wallets don’t rely on a third party — or a “custodian” — to keep your NFTs safe. While they provide the software necessary to store your NFTs, the responsibility of remembering and safeguarding your password falls entirely on you. If you lose or forget your password — often referred to as a “private key” or “seed phrase” — there’s no way to access your NFTs. And if someone else discovers your private key, they’ll get full access to your assets.METAMASK
A hardware wallet, like Trezor, is a physical device, about the size of a thumb drive, that stores the private keys to your NFTs offline. Most people don’t use hardware wallets because of their increased complexity and cost, but they do have some benefits — for example, they can keep your NFTs secure even if your computer is hacked. However, this advanced security makes them inconvenient to use compared to a software wallet and they can cost upwards of $100 to buy.TREZOR
We guide creators to understand available tokenization and loyalty reward options to become self-funding. Provide partnership opportunities that enable creators to bridge physical-to-digital businesses.
Be strategic and intentional about the traits, rarity, rewards and utilities you create for your NFTs.
MODULAR SMART CONTRACTS
Imagine a world where robots typed the perfect contract and these contracts are now available to you.
Our Tracking Tool
Search By Talent
Our platform will allow collectors and investors to search for talent by category and provide data insights regarding their NFT projects including token breakdown, engagement, speculative value based on social status, performance and sales. We will leverage other platforms to give you visibility to this information so you can find it in one place.
We will guide creators to understand available tokenization and loyalty reward options to become self-funding, as well as provide partnership opportunities that enable creators to bridge physical-to-digital businesses.Contact Us
Natalia started automating contracts in 2008 and is currently the International Tax Director for Riot Games, a leading video game company and esports tournament organizer worldwide. Previously, Natalia made a career advising high-networth individuals in entertainment, sports and media.
Stephanie is an Emmy-award winning reporter with a passion for tech and innovation. She currently works for Voice of America, the largest U.S. international broadcaster. Stephanie previously worked for Univision and Telemundo. She is a documentary filmmaker and the creator of News Quickies.