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July 7 – Socal, CA – ChocolateBox.io is an upcoming non-fungible token (NFT) project creating the first guilt-free chocolate lovers community in Web3 called the Cocoa Fields. As with many other NFTs taking advantage of the food industry, the mission behind ChocolateBox is to transform the chocolate industry. This is achieve through giveaways and raffles for chocolate related products from retail brands and companies to its holders. In the Cocoa Fields, chocolate connoisseurs unite over their love of chocolate while being eligible to participate in exclusive chocolate-themed giveaways and raffles. The launch of this project coincides with World Chocolate Day (or International Chocolate Day), which is an annual worldwide celebration for all things chocolate.
“With so many NFT projects out there, the utilities have become quite common. Instead of offering the usual Metaverse, Staking, Alpha calls, we have taken the route of primarily offering chocolate related products to our token holders” remarked C. Box, founder CholocateBox.io “The current bear market in the crypto and NFT community have led to people seeking projects that either offer free mints or something of value. With ChocolateBox.io, we look forward to appealing to new members by offering things with real physical and tangible value – chocolate product giveaways.”
In addition, certain NFT traits for this project have various rarities, which makes it exciting. Those who are lucky to mint a gold chocolate are eligible for exclusive raffles. As the saying goes, “Life is like a box of NFT chocolates, ya never know what ya gona mint.” More information about how to claim free chocolate related discounts and raffles will be coming soon. Once free tokens have been claimed, NFT collectors can still mint at a very price and qualify for same type of raffles/prizes.
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