What's the price?

CryptoVikings are priced at 0.085 WETH. There's a per-viking discount if you buy in bulk.
Note that your funds will need to be on Polygon. When you use the official bridge, you get WETH - CryptoVikings are priced in WETH to make things easier for you. You'll need a little MATIC along with your WETH to make transactions.
The best guide for getting funds on Polygon is the official documentation, found here.
Price (each)
1 - 9
0.085 WETH
10 - 24
0.075 WETH
25 - 50
0.065 WETH

How many CryptoVikings can I mint?

There's no limit to how many you're allowed to mint - but we enforce a maximum of 50 per transaction.
There will be 9873 CryptoVikings overall.

Can I see the source code?

We have some work to do to clean up the project's source a little before we're ready to show it off and give it to the community, so we've added it as a milestone in our Roadmap - it's at 25% Minted. Until then, you can of course find and read our verified main contract by clicking here to head over to PolygonScan.

What can I do with my CryptoViking?

Anything you like! The owner of a CryptoViking is free to use it for any purpose, commercial or otherwise. Use it as an avatar, print it on a t-shirt, put it in a video game, whatever! We only ask that you keep any use fun and respectful of others - and feel free to show us if you do anything special!
Remember also that you can change your CryptoVikings' names by visiting their pages on our webapp.

Can I sell my CryptoViking?

Absolutely! CryptoVikings are listed on OpenSea to put control in your hands. Sell or auction it if you like - the decision is yours.
Note that both OpenSea and CryptoVikings will take a 2.5% fee on secondary sales, for a total of 5%.
See on the left for a link to our collection on OpenSea.

How can I get in touch?

The best places to get in touch with the team would be our Discord and Twitter.
You can also send us an email at [email protected]

How long did CryptoVikings take to make?

All in all, CryptoVikings took the team roughly 7 months to make, from idea to feasibility testing to launch. We worked largely in our spare time around life, jobs and family, and at one point we all had to take a little time off to avoid burning out. It's been a busy and fun 2021!

Why 9873?

We saw the usual supply limit of ~10,000 on similar projects and decided we'd have a little viking-themed fun with our own limit. The numbers 9, 8, 7 and 3 all have significance in Norse mythology. Here are some fun facts:
9 - often linked to magic and paganism, the number 9 can also be an indicator of a turning point. For example, Odin hung himself from the world tree Yggdrasil for 9 days and nights to learn the secret of the runes. There are also 9 realms in Norse mythology
8 - a significant number which often an indicator or instability when used to refer to people or events. The number is often associated with Loki the trickster; an agent of chaos in the Norse pantheon
7 - appears in sagas to indicate events which take place over a long time period, 7 can also refer to the completeness of an event
3 - a very common number in Norse mythology. It's sacred! 3 Gods created the first humans, 3 Nornir spin the fate of all living things, and the world tree Yggdrasil has 3 roots.
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