Tune in each week for the freshest mints from across the Tezos #CleanNFT ecosystem.

This week’s secret word is “space.” We’re highlighting art that portrays cosmic scenes, taps into the realms of science fiction, and showcases the galactic tableau of NFT art minted on Hic et Nunc, Kalamint, and AmplifyX. Step into your starship, buckle up (for safety), and join us on this interstellar artistic journey.


Tune in each week for the freshest mints from across the Tezos #CleanNFT ecosystem.

This week’s secret word is “shapes.” We’re spotlighting some of the works in the Tezos NFT landscape that feature geometric and abstract forms featured on Kalamint and Hic et Nunc. From pixelated animations to interactive art that changes with a click, these NFTs take all sorts of, well, shapes — check it out.

Triangles are my favorite shape

Three points where two lines meet

Toe to toe, back to back, let’s go

My love, it’s very late

1. Isoland03 017

Lopoly geometries created using marching cubes algorithm.


Tune in each week for the freshest mints from across the Tezos #CleanNFT ecosystem.

The NFT art community on Tezos comes in all shapes, sizes, and identities. This week we spotlight the works from members of the Diverse NFT Artists community and art that celebrates Pride Month.

Don’t hide yourself in regret

Just love yourself and you’re set

I’m on the right track, baby

I was born this way

1. Pride Month 2021

From artist Alex Radomski

Alex Radomski creates generative algorithmic art. Pride Month 2021 creatively represents the many flags representing the LGBTQIA+ community. See their full Hic et Nunc gallery.

2. Proud


The latest upgrade proposal builds on the Florence upgrade with Gas Cost Reductions, Emmy*, and Liquidity Baking

Scalability through governance is critical to the long term sustainability of blockchain networks. Tezos enters its seventh upgrade proposal, Granada, as the only blockchain network with a robust and efficient on-chain governance system for forkless upgrades. The evolving nature of Tezos’ self-amendmendable protocol and fully established governance mechanism enables upgrades to be regularly adopted by the community.

Protocol upgrades are voted on by bakers (validators who help power and govern the Tezos network), giving the community the power to build the future of…


A Marketing & Communications organization with a focus on Tezos.

“Blockhouse” [ blok-hous] noun

– “a structure near a launching site for rockets, generally made of heavily reinforced concrete, for housing and protecting personnel, electronic controls, and auxiliary apparatus before and during launching operations.”

Say hello to Blokhaus, a Marketing & Communications organization dedicated to help streamline and amplify marketing related activities for the Tezos brand and ecosystem.

Blokhaus is a spinoff of TQ Tezos, and its objective is to greatly increase awareness for Tezos through marketing campaigns, sponsorship & partnership initiatives, advertising, PR and more. The team is small…


Saturday, May 22 at 2:00pm CET to Sunday, May 23 at 8:00pm CET. Register as a contributor or join the discussion here.

Tezos and Hic et Nunc

Hic et Nunc, a Tezos-based NFT marketplace that has quickly become one of the most popular platforms in the Tezos community since its launch on March 1 and is currently the largest NFT platform based on Daily Active Users (+2,500 p/day), will host an open-invitation hackathon this weekend.

The Hicathon is an all-volunteer community-driven hackathon running from Saturday, May 22 at 2:00pm CET to Sunday, May 23 at 8:00pm CET. The initiative is made possible by the Hic…


Tune in each week for the freshest mints from across the Tezos #CleanNFT ecosystem.

This week we take a look at some new creations in Tezos Clean NFT world from Kalamint, Hic et Nunc, and Snark.art! We are also thrilled to feature the HICATHON — an all volunteer community-driven hackathon running from Saturday, May 22 at 2:00pm CET to Sunday, May 23 at 8:00pm CET. Register as a contributor or join the discussion here.

Can we build it?

YES WE CAN!

1. HICATHON!

The Global Tezos and Hic et Nunc Community Presents — HICATHON!

The Hicathon is an all volunteer…


The latest upgrade arrives merely 3 months after the previous upgrade amid exponential growth and activity on the self-amending blockchain

It seems like only yesterday that Tezos underwent its fifth upgrade (codenamed Edo), which added some significant features to the ever-evolving platform such as Tickets, the Adoption Period, and Sapling. Merely 3 months after this milestone, the Tezos network has adopted its sixth upgrade, named Florence after the iconic city in Italy. So what does this upgrade bring to the rapidly evolving Tezos blockchain? Let’s dig into it.

Just as Edo brought on several feature upgrades and refinements, Florence continues…


Tune in each week for the freshest mints from across the Tezos #CleanNFT ecosystem.

This week we take a look at some big drops and newcomers to the Tezos Clean NFT world! Greg Yüna and Rachel Goatley and Imran Potato kick things off, followed by some amazing animations, and we end with fine art from Henrik Aa. Uldalen. Enjoy!

When there’s nothing to lose, and there’s nothing to prove

And I’m dancing with myself, oh, oh, uh-oh

1. Dancing Laa-Laa, 2019

George Jefferson Collection — Every NFT purchase comes with a physical Potato product. …


What sets a Clean NFT apart from the rest? What are some of the common misconceptions about Clean NFTs and Proof of Stake networks?

Myth #1: Carbon Footprint is the Same for All NFTs

Estimates indicate that it takes 332 kWh to produce a single NFT on a proof of work network such as Ethereum. On Tezos, it requires 0.0002 kWh. Another way to put it: the average person can generate about .1 kWh of energy pedaling a bike for an hour. So, to mint a single NFT on Ethereum, you’d have to pedal for almost 20 weeks straight (138 days). To do the same on Tezos requires the equivalent…

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