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  • calendar providing a detailed list of events in the Polygon NFT ecosystem
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  • wide range of listings on Polygon blockchain
  • can add listings for free to the calendar
  • part of the OnePlanet NFT marketplace, which has a fairly extensive help facility: Twitter, Discord, Medium and YouTube
  • includes NFTs, white listings, giveaways and events (e.g. Miami NFT Week)
  • includes data on individual projects
  • site not very aesthetically pleasing
  • can’t sync with Google Calendar

NFTdroops

  • reasonably well-stocked multi-chain NFT calendar featuring upcoming and active drops
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  • nice-looking, easy-to-navigate site
  • includes ‘active drops’ (currently minting), ‘upcoming drops’ and ‘ended drops’
  • free listings, though offers a PR service for additional coverage of your collection, including press releases to major news sites (various packages are on offer)
  • includes some simple tips for verification and gaining the all-important blue tick
  • comprehensive information on each drop
  • good help functionality via a web form
  • no syncing with Google calendar
  • no pricing structure for PR service - need to get a quotation
  • blog not updated

Polyrare

  • an NFT tool that includes a calendar, specifically for Polygon
  • particularly suitable for those looking for rare NFTs
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  • includes both ‘upcoming’ and ‘previous’ mints
  • offers additional tools for the Polygon chain - e.g. a Rarity index for NFT collections
  • has a professional membership - Alpha Pass, purchasable on OpenSea (current price = approx 7.5 Matic) - for additional perks such as alerts for every drop happening on Polygon or checking the owner for any Token ID on any contract on Polygon
  • need to login to the site via Discord (this may not be an issue for some)
  • submission guidelines are fairly onerous - e.g. volume on Opensea has to be at least 0.1 Eth
  • no upcoming Polygon projects are currently listed