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PTM opens up about his struggles while dealing with NFT projects

PTM started actively collecting NFTs in 2020. He came into the limelight after selling a rare Bored Ape.

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PTM is one of the most successful NFT collectors of his generation. He is always looking for new and exciting pieces to add to his collection. His collection features a wide range of items, from digital art to sound recordings. He is passionate about every detail in his group and goes the extra mile to protect his investments. NFTs have given PTM a way to connect with other collectors and artists worldwide, and he is always eager to chat with fellow enthusiasts. Whether he is showing off his latest find or sharing his expertise, he brings a unique energy to the world of NFTs.

Traditional media and its perception of NFTs

According to PTM, traditional media still can’t wrap its head around the concept of crypto and NFT. In recent years, there has been a rise in the number of crypto founders and NFT collectors who prefer to remain anonymous. However, since traditional media can still not understand or respect the concept, it leads to disastrous consequences. For example, PTM pointed out Buzzfeed’s involuntary doxing of the founders of BAYC. He believes that this was a total violation of the company’s privacy. 

He said in a recent interview, “I use my pseudonymity in my way to interact with people in the metaverse. I love interacting with people who share similar goals as I do or have common interests. But imagine someone trying to intervene in your personal space. That, I think, is the biggest challenge in NFTs these days. I have many friends in the metaverse whom I don’t know in real life, and I love it. I’m sure that without the intervention of traditional media, we can all enjoy this trend and make the crypto culture stronger.” 

PTM’s impressive NFT collection

PTM started actively collecting NFTs in 2020. He came into the limelight after selling a rare Bored Ape. In addition, he also had three of its Mega Mutants. These were 13 1-of-1 ultra-rare NFTs in the BAYC ecosystem. PTM soon became a leading collector in the BAYC club. After this successful venture, it was time for PTM to look for other NFTs.

He considers himself lucky to find CryptoPunks in 2020. He said, “It was due to CryptoPunks that I got a taste of NFT, and that was enough to keep me going. I understood the potential of CryptoPunks and didn’t waste time investing in it. As I started researching other projects, I came across Ether Rocks and different art sculptures made by Justin Aversano. I was fascinated by his work. The works of Drift, the photographer, also made me invest in his NFTs. I always feel that research is crucial if you want to be a successful NFT collector.”  

According to PTM, NFT is on the rise and has a great future ahead. His insights provide valuable information for anyone interested in investing in their favorite NFTs.

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