DeLabs Set To Launch Its Much-Awaited DeGods Season III NFTs Next Week

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Dust Labs, the digital asset incubation studio and the team behind the popular DeGods non-fungible token, has announced ready plans to launch its DeGods Season III. The digital asset firm expects to launch its highly anticipated drop next week.

DeLabs Set Launch New NFTs Next Week

In an August 1 blog post, Ruhon Vora, the founder of the DeGods NFT project popularly known in the NFT industry as Frank, confirmed ready plans to launch its much-awaited season III NFT collection. The much anticipated NFT collection is slated to go live next week.

Established in 2018, Dust Labs “DeLabs” is a digital studio helping creators and NFT communities bring more value to their digital assets. The digital asset raised over $7 million last year from 10 investors and has since used the funds to expand its endeavors.

DeLabs came into the spotlight in October 2021 after launching its DeGods NFT collection. DeGods is an NFT collection featuring a limited collection of 10,000 godly characters with modern streetwear and ancient deity-inspired art. The NFT collection has since grown into fame to become one of the most traded NFT collections.

In September last year, DeLabs struck again and launched its Y00ts NFT collection.Y00t is an NFT collection featuring a limited edition of 15,000 generative art collections. Since its inception, Y00t has grown in popularity just like DeGods, attracting the interest of celebrities, institutions, and investors.

DeGods Season III NFTs Overview

DeLabs has confirmed readiness to launch its highly anticipated DeGods season III NFT collection in its latest foray. According to Frank, DeGods Season III NFTs will have the same traits as the current DeGods in a reimagined style and aesthetic.

Last month, Chiru Labs, the digital asset incubation studio and the team behind blue-chip Azuki NFTs, launched its highly anticipated Azuki Elementals NFT collection. The much-awaited NFT collection featured a limited edition of 20,000 NFTs.

Unfortunately, the NFT collection did not meet the expectation of many investors since many NFTs looked similar to the original Azukis. The controversy pushed the Azuki floor price to crash by over 50%. According to Frank, most post-reveal dips are when people reveal commons and floor them.

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