Inspired by the mystical Green Fairy, we have interpreted our very own version of a beautiful BRAT Fairy residing in a jungle and suurounded by little BRATs.

This is also the first time we have put up a cross-branded NFT for sale. This exclusive NFT art is hand-drawn by JSKJ and only limited to 20 copies.

First-hand buyers who are in Singapore will be able to claim a limited-release 10cl bottle of Absente 55.

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BRATCLUB Privileges | Participating Merchants

The following businesses are our exclusive partners who offer real world privileges to our esteemed NFT holders and the list is growing! Simply flash your BRAT NFTs at any of these participating merchants to enjoy special deals and privileges!


  • Deals & privileges offered by our participating partners may vary from time to time without prior notice. Please check with their
    staff for the latest deals!
  • All BRAT NFTs must be shown via the holder’s crypto wallet upon request. Screenshot of NFTs will not be accepted.

What are NFTs?

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are one of the fastest-growing sectors in the crypto industry. They have many use cases, including artwork, digital collectibles, music, and items in video games.
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are cryptographically unique tokens that are linked to digital (and sometimes physical) content, providing proof of ownership, through the use of blockchain technology. They are digital assets that contain identifying information recorded in smart contracts. In short, NFTs have unique attributes; they are usually linked to a specific asset with a numerical code that is unhackable.

It’s this information that makes each NFT unique, and as such, they cannot be directly replaced by another token. They cannot be swapped like for like, as no two NFTs are alike. Banknotes, in contrast, can be simply exchanged one for another; if they hold the same value, there is no difference to the holder between, say, one dollar bill and another. Typically, non-fungible tokens are not divisible, in the same way that you cannot send someone part of a concert ticket; part of a concert ticket wouldn’t be worth anything on its own and would not be redeemable.

With NFTs, long gone are the days where high prices are needed to be paid to ‘experts’ and middlemen for adjudicating and verifying the authenticity of an art piece or collectible. No more copyright issues, no more problems of storing and protecting the pieces, which can really rack up the cost. All these will become a thing of the past as blockchain technology asserts itself into the mainstream and prove its viability for corporations and governments alike. And with the trading volume of NFTs reaching a dizzying $10.67bn in Q3 2021, it’s just a matter of time when NFTs start permeating into our everyday lives.

Why Solsea?

Solsea is the first NFT marketplace that allows creators to choose and incorporate licenses when minting NFT. Creators know what they sell, collectors know what they buy.

For any questions about Solsea, please check out the FAQ.