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SolPoems FAQ

What are SolPoems?

SolPoems is an NFT collection on the Solana blockchain consisting of 279 unique handwritten poems. These poems cover a wide range of topics and follow no certain structure. 

When will the poems be minted? **

The official SolPoems mint date is October 14th.

How do I buy a SolPoems NFT?

On our presale and mint day, you will be able to mint a poem on our website. They will be available after mint on DigitalEyes.

What royalties is the project retaining?

SolPoems will be retaining 2.5% royalties, most of which will be used for land maintenance and property management on The Commune (see Roadmap for details on The Commune).

How much will each poem cost?

Each poem will cost 1 SOL to mint.

How many poems will be released?

There are 279 poems in total.

What do I need to mint a poem?

In order to mint a poem, you will need a Solana wallet (e.g Phantom, Solflare, etc.) and 1 SOL+transaction fees. Once you have these, you will be able to mint!

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  • October 6th 2021 I SolPoems Announcement

  • October 14th 2021 I SolPoems Official Mint

  • October 15th 2021 I SolPoems Available on Secondary Markets

  • Mid-Late November 2021 I Phase 2 Commences

  • Phase 2 of SolPoems is “The Commune”. The Commune is a 4.5 acre property in Andros, The Bahamas. We believe in creating a community that extends beyond the technological world. Owners of our NFT will each own a subdivision of the land, which they will have full control over. It is our hope that with The Commune, owners of the NFT will be able to connect with themselves, each other, and nature.

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Dev Team

Nelson is a developer who received his degree in Computer Engineering from Western University in 2019. He loves music, literature, and watching Keeping Up with the Kardashians (His favorite Kardashian is Khloe).

Khala is working as a poet and writer in Los Angeles. He is from Orlando, Florida and received a degree in Art History. Khala enjoys writing poems, reading philosophy, and collecting Harry Potter wands.