• popular free multichain NFT calendar that claims to have been “the first calendar in the NFT universe”
  • has more than 150,000 unique NFT collectors visiting the site to look for upcoming collections
  • comprehensive calendar with options to view upcoming and current launches
  • multiple tags for searching - e.g. ‘game’, ‘music’, ‘photo’, ‘sport’, etc.
  • subscribe to mailing list to get notified of upcoming drops
  • easy form to fill in to ‘Submit a Drop’
  • includes some interesting stats - e.g. number of events submitted and published
  • besides drops, also covers current news and events
  • has a Discord channel
  • limited Tezos blockchain NFT offerings
  • seems to be focused on high-profile NFT drops
  • no calendar view or syncing with Google calendar
  • markets itself as a newsletter for NFTs, Metaverse and Blockchain games, but includes an NFT calendar site - has one million monthly visitors
  • multichain calendar site
  • add NFT projects for free - need to specify the supply and mint price
  • free daily newsletter
  • has Twitter, Telegram and daily newsletter to stay up to date with drops, as well as a YouTube channel
  • promote your NFTs via social media, YouTube videos, sponsored articles, premium placements on the calendar, etc.
  • multiple ways to search for NFT projects on the calendar: via blockchain, popularity or timing of the project (‘upcoming’, ‘today’)
  • very small Tezos blockchain presence
  • no integration with Google Calendar