What is Dawn of Planet X?

  • Dawn of Planet X is a futuristic NFT collection focused on space travel, the future of humanity, and the betterment of the human race.

  • Our collection includes 9,999 unique NFT planets and their moons.

Why Dawn of Planet X?

  • DPX represents more than art, metadata, and blockchain encryption. DPX has a unique philosophy in its focus on the future. Our goal is to move NFTs to the next step, to redirect the conversation from 'which NFTs are profitable?' towards 'which NFTs can change the future?'.

How will DPX jump-start this paradigm change?

By being:

  • Forward-looking

  • Community-focused

  • Creative

You can read more about our principles here.

How can YOU be part of DPX?

  • Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, join the conversation, let us know your thought-provoking ideas about the future. Where will we be in 500 years? How about in 10,000 years? Is there life out there? How can we terraform Mars?

  • Sign up for our Whitelist and keep an eye on our social media for announcements regarding the launch of our collection. Our goal is to build a community of futuristic thinkers who will come together and dream up solutions to the world’s biggest problems.

  • Remember, the future does not belong to the rich, powerful, or most knowledgeable. It belongs to all of us. As long as you are interested in the world of tomorrow and want to shape it, jump on aboard our spaceship!

A Timeline for Human Space-Travel From the First Dog in Space to Voyager 1 Leaving the Solar System. Whereto From Here?

Yuri Gagarin, in space. April 12, 1961. Credit: NASA.

Moon landing, July 20, 1969. Pictured: Buzz Aldrin photographed by Neil Armstrong. Credit: NASA.

The Golden Record. A 12-inch gold-plated phonograph record with images and sounds from Earth, carried by each of the Voyager 1 & 2 spacecrafts, launched in 1977. Credit: NASA.

'Pale Blue Dot': Image of Earth taken by the Voyager 1 spacecraft on February 14, 1990, from 4 billion miles away. Credit: NASA.

Voyager 1 spacecraft, the first human-made object to leave the solar system, August 25, 2012. Credit: NASA.

Laika, the first dog in space. November 3, 1957. Credit: Sputnik.