Binance’s latest venture, “Bicasso”, is making waves in the art and NFT world. In just 2.5 hours after launch, the AI-powered NFT generator hit the 10,000 NFT mint cap, showcasing the incredible demand for this innovative technology. Bicasso is taking user-submitted profile pictures and turning them into digital art in mere seconds! This beta launch is a glimpse into the future of art creation, and Binance is leading the charge. So, let’s take a look at how this all works!

Binance Bicasso hit 10,000 mints in 2.5 hours. Image: Binance What is an AI-powered NFT generator and how does it actually work?

An AI-powered NFT generator is a tool that uses artificial intelligence algorithms to create unique digital artworks. The generator then turns the artworks into NFTs. Users can input a creative prompt or upload an image, and the AI generates a new artwork based on the input, similar to AI art platforms such as DALL-E or Midjourney. Users can mint these artworks as NFTs on a blockchain platform, in this case, Binance’s native BNB chain. Basically, the AI generates one-of-a-kind digital assets that can be bought, sold, and traded on NFT marketplaces. Though please note that as Binance’s Bicasso is in the beta stage, the NFTs are not available for resale – yet.

Own a Personalized NFT: Bicasso by Binance

Binance’s newly launched AI-powered NFT generator, “Bicasso,” is revolutionizing the digital art world. During the Binance Bicasso beta launch, users had the opportunity to upload an image or type creative prompts to generate their unique NFTs. Bicasso then generated unique, personalized images using AI. Just 2.5 hours after launch, the system hit its cap of 10,000 NFT mints. Significantly, the limited beta saw 9,909 owners create at least one NFT. But don’t worry if you missed out on the 10K Binance Bicasso beta quota! You can still sign up for the waitlist and be among the first to experience the full version when it’s released.

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