A digital NFT comic of the first appearance of Spider-Man.
Live Q&A sessions hosted by the VeVe/Ecomi team where they answer questions from users.
A tag that's used to indicate 1-of-1 collectibles on VeVe.
A series Spider-Man comic books available on the VeVe app.
The highest recorded price for a collectible or crypto.
The original cryptocurrency, which is still highly correlated with the rest of the crypto market and can move prices of other tokens, including OMI.
A tag that's used to indicate collectibles that were dropped as part of an in-person convention.
A convention for artists and designers held annually in Anaheim, California, where many new artist related collectibles were dropped.
Ethereum is a programmable blockchain which is used by the majority of NFT projects, including VeVe.
A common tactic used to gain followers in the VeVe app by offering to follow back anyone who follows you.
A tag that's used to mark the first appearance of a character in digital collectible format on the VeVe app.
A tag that's used to mark the first series of a collectible in a collection.
A series of comic books in the VeVe app by Marvel, or characters from that series.
Short for "fear of missing out", a powerful emotional trigger which can cause buyers to act emotionally and often overpay on the marketplace.
Negative disinformation that is spread purposefully in order to cast doubt on a project.
A series of golden collectibles from some of Disney's most iconic IPs such as Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars, released in November of 2021 in a build-up to Disney+ Day.
A common greeting used on Twitter by the NFT/crypto community to build cammaraderie.
A layer-2 scaling solution for Ethereum on which VeVe NFTs are stored, which provides quick, gasless and carbon neutral transactions.
A process by which a user can verify that they represent a legitimate business entity.
A requirement for financial apps to collect personal information about their users such as name, ID, and address in order to comply with local tax and anti-money laundering laws.
When you fail to reserve a collectible during a drop.
The first ever comic book NFT released on the VeVe app based on one of the rarest and most expensive comics from Marvel.
A collectible marketplace built into the VeVe app where users can buy and sell collectibles from each other for gems as well as host auctions.
A license required by apps that deal in financial services which will allow VeVe users to cash out their gems for real-world currency in the future.
Digital goods, with proof of ownership recorded on the blockchain.
An expression of despair or as a derogatory insult aimed at those who are going to miss out on potential gains. The opposite of WAGMI.
A program through which OMI holders will be able to stake their OMI for in-app benefits such as buying collectibles with OMI and participating in OMI drop raffles.
A collectible based on the first ever cartoon of Mickey Mouse, available in 3 rarities (common, uncommon & ultra rare).
The highest rarity for collectibles on VeVe.
The second most common rarity for collectibles on VeVe.
The second highest rarity for collectibles on VeVe.
A common rallying cry within the crypto community to show camaraderie with other investors after good news about a project.
A wrapped version of the Go-Chain version of the OMI token which makes it compatible with the Ethereum network.
A popular collectible of Wonder Woman from DC Comics.
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