Thursday, January 27th 2022

BIOSTAR Launches Company's First NFT Collection

BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices today, announces the launch of their very first NFT collection.

BIOSTAR gears up to launch its first-ever NFT collection, celebrating its long-standing contribution to blockchain technology through dedicated motherboard solutions.

BIOSTA's signature motherboard mascots, RENA and AMY, take center stage with them as the main attraction on BIOSTAR's first 20 highly collectible NFT's. With each NFT limited to only 10 copies, NFT enthusiasts and fans should seize the opportunity fast to snag up a piece of this rare collection.
Auctioning on "OPEN SEA" from January 27th, BIOSTAR proudly invites all the fans to come and partake on this special occasion and to stand a chance to own a piece of BIOSTAR's legacy. BIOSTAR also looks to launch another rare collection of NFT's featuring their motherboards and brand history, so be on the lookout for them as well by following BIOSTAR on all social media channels.

BIOSTAR NFT Collection: https://opensea.io/BIOSTAR
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44 Comments on BIOSTAR Launches Company's First NFT Collection

#2
Arkz
How utterly stupid. Another company to avoid.
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#3
neatfeatguy
I hope this flops. What a worthless excuse for an attempted money grab.
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#4
pregep
Ground... open up :banghead:
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#5
weekendgeek
Nuke it from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.
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#8
Lightofhonor
Isn't 10 copies of each NFT the exact opposite of an NFT?
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#9
80-watt Hamster
LightofhonorIsn't 10 copies of each NFT the exact opposite of an NFT?
Not really. It's kind of like a limited edition of, well, anything, really. Like back in the day of non-movable type, if you had made ten copies of a book, then destroyed the plates. All an NFT tells you (in this context) is which copy of a thing you have. It's just a fancy blockchain-verified serial number.
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#10
ocilfa
Don't worry guys, I right clicked and gave us an 11th copy.
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#11
Cutechri
Time to never look at Biostar ever again.
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#13
Darksaber
Senior Editor & Case Reviewer
So far I have only seen one instance of an NFT that provides actual value. The Canadian app "Drop" (a cashback app through which you may shop at retailers and get money back) is planning to sell "superpower" NFTs. The first one announced: an NFT that gives you 10% cash back on all Amazon purchases you do through Drop. For life. They then auction that off and someone buys it for whatever money they feel is good. Drop gets income, buyer gets potential long term return.
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#14
CallandorWoT
DarksaberSo far I have only seen one instance of an NFT that provides actual value. The Canadian app "Drop" (a cashback app through which you may shop at retailers and get money back) is planning to sell "superpower" NFTs. The first one announced: an NFT that gives you 10% cash back on all Amazon purchases you do through Drop. For life. They then auction that off and someone buys it for whatever money they feel is good. Drop gets income, buyer gets potential long term return.
it will only go to the highest bidder? making it more of a marketing ploy than helping the EverydayMan. because it probably will sell to high for it to make sense for your average person. still a scam at end of the day imo
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#15
Darksaber
Senior Editor & Case Reviewer
lynx29it will only go to the highest bidder? making it more of a marketing ploy than helping the EverydayMan. because it probably will sell to high for it to make sense for your average person. still a scam at end of the day imo
Well it is still an auction like anything else, but in return the company is giviing you a benefit. It is the exact same thing as any other traditional auction. "Bid on this car whatever you deem worthy" and if you win you get the benefit of "owning that car and enjoying driving it". Or "bid on this 10x massage voucher" and owning it gives you the benefit of "10 massages". This is the same thing, just digital. "bid on this digital voucher (in form of an NFT)" and reap the reward of "10% off amazon for life".

Someone could bid 1 mil and then go on amazon and 10 mil worth of stuff = breakeven point for them.
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#16
Bones
ArkzHow utterly stupid. Another company to avoid.
Seriously - As if they weren't one to avoid already.

Yet another reason to avoid Biostar like the black plague they are in the world of computing.
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#17
80-watt Hamster
BonesSeriously - As if they weren't one to avoid already.

Yet another reason to avoid Biostar like the black plague they are in the world of computing.
My experience with Biostar being limited to a motherboard or two back in the early aughts that I rather liked, I'd be interested in a more detailed summary of your assessment. :)
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#18
erocker
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I enjoy watching unregulated grifts!
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#19
CallandorWoT
80-watt HamsterMy experience with Biostar being limited to a motherboard or two back in the early aughts that I rather liked, I'd be interested in a more detailed summary of your assessment. :)
my Dad has a Biostar mobo in his PC, its a320m racing yellow color mobo.

they never update their bios for it. unlike the bigger names like Asus and MSI, etc who update their a320m bios sometimes at least.

this is main reason I will never do Biostar again, just lack of support.
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#20
darakian
This one captures my feelings exactly
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#21
Caring1
DarksaberSomeone could bid 1 mil and then go on amazon and 10 mil worth of stuff = breakeven point for them.
Wait, you mean I could spend $1M, then spend a further $10M and somehow break even, what magic is this?
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#22
R-T-B
LightofhonorIsn't 10 copies of each NFT the exact opposite of an NFT?
NFTS can have multiple units. They'd generally be serialized in that instance.

As much as I don't see the value in NFTs, I do not really get the hatred of them either. Sure they are dumb, and probably a stupid waste of money... but I view most expensive art purchases the same way (and yes, you can get reprints cheaper in the art world too).

I don't understand it. I'll even go so far as to say it's dumb IMO. But the level of hatred here seems somewhat over the top.

NFTs aren't mined, so they didn't steal your gpu... so why?
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#23
Arkz
BonesSeriously - As if they weren't one to avoid already.

Yet another reason to avoid Biostar like the black plague they are in the world of computing.
Why what's so bad about them otherwise? My only experience is a mini itx am1 board I used as a media system in my basement. Had a pretty nice uefi with sparkling stars in the background and worked well enough.
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#24
looniam
Caring1Wait, you mean I could spend $1M, then spend a further $10M and somehow break even, what magic is this?
tupperware!

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#25
seth1911
Why should i buy a picture for 196$ ?








I dont understand this shit?, if i like the pciture i use paint:laugh: and have it like this: :ohwell:

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