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Dave
Halloween Costume Contest: Entries Now Open!
  • Posted by Dave
  • Posted on September 23, 2021, 9:48 pm NST

Happy almost October! Jellyneo's Fifteenth Annual Halloween Costume Contest is now open for entries! We wanted to give you plenty of time to prepare your costumes, so you have from now until October 7th at 11:59PM NST to submit your pet dressed up for Halloween.

Just like last year, we will be accepting as many entries as we can for round one of voting. (Barring any rules violations of course, and we also won't be accepting 50 vampires, so be creative!) 75 of the top rated pets from round one will move on to round two, and from there the top 30 will compete for a gold trophy.

For a full list of rules and dates, please see our Costume Contest '20 page. And then start dressing up your pet! (There are no new rule changes from last year.)

As a warning to everyone planning on submitting: like we said above, we will only be accepting, at the most, 1-2 variations of a particular costume. In other words, only about 1-2 vampires, only 1-2 Ednas, etc. So if you'd like a better chance of getting in, make a unique, but still recognizable, costume!

(Before submitting, be sure to check out the rules!)
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Dave
TNT's Statement on NFTs
  • Posted by Dave
  • Posted on September 23, 2021, 4:25 pm NST

TNT has posted a message on the Neoboards regarding the recent NFT drama that unfolded over the past day and a half.

The message does little to address the concerns of current players about Neopets entering into its second crypto project, but does confirm the legitimacy of the project and explains why the @Neopets Twitter account was calling the project a scam yesterday afternoon.

Read the announcement in full:

Valued Neopians,

We want to thank you all for sharing your thoughts, feedback, and concerns with us regarding the new line of NFT's created in partnership with Raydium. We understand that our recent announcement may have created more questions than answers and we want to take a moment to clarify some information about the future of NFT's and Neopets.

Q: Is this a scam? Are you really making NFTs?

A: Our partnership with Raydium, Solana, and Moonvault is legitimate! You may have seen a recent photo from Neopets stating this is a scam; this was due to an internal miscommunication error, and we sincerely apologize for any confusion this statement may have caused.

Q: "Why are NFT's more important than releasing new features?"

A: The good news is that they aren't! Please know that the NFT's in question were created by a partner company and did not impact the release schedules of the Neopets Team in any way; features and content have been developed and converted without interruption and we're excited to keep rolling out new features for the community in the future.

Q: "Why make NFTs?"

A: JumpStart is always looking for new opportunities to drive our brands and product forward into the future. We are constantly seeking new ways for players to engage with us and we see NFT's as a potential opportunity for the company in this regard. We are going to learn new things on this journey and want to encourage everyone to keep sharing their thoughts and feedback with us as we go so we can improve and adjust accordingly.

Q: "Aren't NFT's harmful to the environment?"

A: We've made an effort to partner with Raydium, a company that hosts their NFTs on Solana which strives to be a more environmentally friendly NFT solution than competitors. If you're interested in learning more about Raydium, check out their website here: https://raydium.gitbook.io/raydium/ or Solana here: https://www.solana.com

Q: "Why did an official announcement take so long?"

A: As with any partnership, there are numerous groups involved and multiple moving pieces. We apologize that an official statement took us longer than we would have liked and we will be working internally to speed this process up in the future.

We understand that our venture into NFT's may not be for all of our players, but want to reassure you all again that their development is happening independent of the support we provide to the Neopets site and players. We appreciate all of our players and value the time you've taken to share your thoughts with us. We hope you will continue to do so, and that the answers above provide a bit of clarity into the situation.

- The Neopets Team

For those who missed the introduction yesterday, the project consists of selling 20,000 NFTs (non-fungible tokens) depicting randomly customised and painted Neopets. 500 additional NFTs will be created and reserved for other purposes. You will not be able to feed the NFT Neopet, read to it, play with it, or customise the Neopet further. (What you see, is what you buy.) There are no planned or announced integrations with Neopets.com. If you plan on making a purchase, you will need to set up a digital wallet and convert some money into cryptocurrency.

Here's a sample of what some of the NFTs will look like:


The goal with these types of NFT collectible projects is to purchase them for retail price at time of release, and then either hold onto them indefinitely as a digital collectible or sell them later to those who are willing to pay more for the NFT than you did. As a reminder, the last foray into Neopet crypto collectibles ended with the cards being largely worthless and unsellable. (The marketplace to sell/trade the cards was also shut down.)

Will you be purchasing a Neopet NFT? Let us know in the comments!
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Herdy
Autumn Mystery Capsules
  • Posted by Herdy
  • Posted on September 22, 2021, 10:32 am NST

Two new capsules have been added to the NC Mall today! Firstly, there's an Autumn-themed re-release capsule:


And another regular capsule:


It contains the following:



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Herdy
Neopets NFTs Return
  • Posted by Herdy
  • Posted on September 22, 2021, 10:23 am NST

Announced today via a press release, Neopets will soon be launching another delve into the world of cryptocurrencies with the contentious technology of Non-Fungible Tokens, or NFTs.

Known as the Neopets Metaverse, this project will be launching on the Raydium storefront, slated for next month. This store uses the Solana cryptocurrency. According to the press release, 20,500 NFTs will initially be released, featuring default customised Neopets which vary by species, colour, gender, hat, clothing, and another presently unknown factor. Although details are scarce at this stage, it seems likely that these factors will be randomly assigned when you purchase the NFT. Some examples of NFTs shown are:


You may remember that a few years back Neopets released a similar project using blockchain technology known as Neopets Cryptoquest. At this stage, it does not appear to be releated (and is using a different cryptocurrency). You may also remember that JN's own April Fool's prank this year featured a similar idea.

For those unaware, NFTs are a form of digital merchandise. You buy a blockchain-backed representation of artwork that is unique. However, what you are buying is the NFT - you hold no ownership of the artwork itself. You are then free to resell this NFT if you wish to do so, or you can keep it forever.
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Dave
Destroyed Faerie Festival Site Theme
  • Posted by Dave
  • Posted on September 20, 2021, 3:22 pm NST

The new layout version of the Destroyed Faerie Festival site theme has now been released!




As with other new layout site themes, you will be able to use it even if you don't have it unlocked. Unfortunately, this site theme is tied to a past site event (The Wraith Resurgence), so it's unlikely you will be able to unlock it permanently if you haven't done so already.

To update your beta layout theme, visit Site Preferences and look for the "Beta Theme" dropdown setting (just below the old "Theme" dropdown).

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