OG Protocol enables web3 dev teams to make their NFT ever-evolving dynamic items. Your NFTs can now change their look and metadata with in-app events, blockchain data and thousands of other data points.
For the last 5 years, our team at Snark.Art was working on various NFT projects and we saw how NFT technology powers communities to achieve growth. We learned first hand the current NFTs are suffering from limitations: they are static and non-interactive.
OG Protocol tackles exactly this problem to make NFTs interactive, collaborative, and personal.
A set of real-time APIs to update NFT assets based on blockchain or IRL events.
through time and usage
gets more engagement
has lower volatility
Add up the value you provide for your collection’s hodlers
Support your early backers by securing the floor
Live up your collection while you finish your next big move
— The sword gets older with time
— In-app characters gets sad when crypto prices fall
— The sky gets brighter whenever the NFT gets burned
— NPCs rush to the person whenever the owner’s balance increases
— Metaverse trees grow whenever ETH is at an ATH
... and many more (the only limit is your creativity)
A collaboration between Michael Joo and Danil Krivoruchko, OG: CR transforms static NFTs into a flourishing digital reefscape, where each uniquely individual piece of digital art grows every time it is re-sold. All 10,301 OG:Crystals will become a direct reflection of both their owner and future transactional history, creating a visual record of combined digital and organic processes. Like the living architecture formed by the exoskeletons of coral polyps, past, present and future coexist, offering a new take on NFTs, value, and the creative process.
Get blockchain/real-world data
Update/re-render graphical assets (pics/animations/3d models) and metadata
Get your NFTs updated
IRL events (weather, sports, etc)
Pick data to integrate
logic & scene
Get images and metadata
We are looking into ways to fully decentralize every part of the protocol: from using various data oracles to decentralized computing and rendering.