Vancestone Hall

Vancestone Hall


“The contents of my wallet help transform the pieces that I have to reach their final form.”

Embodying the infectious dynamism of the NFT space, Vancestone Hall is a devoted gamer turned ardent NFT collector. His love for digital realms has made him a popular figure within the community.

“The idea of crypto and the blockchain resonated with me,” Vancestone says, with a hint of nostalgia for his days in the online gaming worlds of EverQuest and World of Warcraft. He reminisces: “when I walked away from those games, thousands of hours of experience and item gathering went with it.” His frustration gave way to fascination when he discovered NFTs: “There is a possibility for games in the future to have tradable assets that you, as the player, own.”

This was Vancestone’s eureka moment, launching him into the world of NFTs. Beginning with game NFTs from Gala Games, he now juggles a wide array of art NFTs and enjoys speculating on PFP NFTs. Vancestone’s favorites? The strikingly unique offerings from Snarkart and, specifically the LIOM collection. He isn’t just a fan, either; he’s a board member of the LIOM DAO. “I have pieces of something larger. The contents of my wallet help transform the pieces that I have to reach their final form,” he reflects, underlining the participatory nature of NFTs.

For Vancestone, NFTs aren’t merely collectibles. They’re transformative forces that redefine notions of ownership and interaction. He particularly loves ‘the ability to trade it with anyone else.’ His admiration doesn’t stop there; he’s keen on how NFTs empower artists to ‘harness and present something new.’

His love of art has ignited in him a passion to create and share. He’s launched his own collection from his freelance photography: Vancestone’s journey from gaming enthusiast to crypto advocate, and now NFT collector, personifies the rapidly evolving digital landscape. His unyielding curiosity and passion for the space remind us that in the world of NFTs, we’re not just witnessing technology’s progress; we’re participating in it. And as Vancestone would say, we’re all pieces of something larger.

Vancestone Hall