The NFT sector has been around for a long time, but, just like DeFi before it, it needed to wait for the perfect time to go big. That time has arrived earlier this year, and for several months now, the NFT sector has been exploding throughout the crypto industry, and the world itself. NFTs are essentially unique tokens, each of which represents some digital or physical asset of value. These assets are tokenized, and through these tokens, users can establish certain rights, such as ownership. But, the best part is that one can only purchase a handful of NFTs belonging to a certain asset, and thus become a partial owner of said asset.
Despite the fact that it has only been a few months since NFTs exploded, the development of the entire sector has already skyrocketed. New projects like HeadHunter aim to revolutionize it, and change how the crypto community views NFTs. HeadHunter, in particular, has an ultimate goal of bringing a more tangible and intuitive marketplace for NFT collectors and artists alike.
The project has identified two problems that collectors typically face — storing their collections and displaying them. By way of blockchain technology and NFTs as one type of its assets, both of these problems can be solved. Today, we have the project’s founders to explain to us how it all works, what are the benefits of buying and owning HeadHunter NFTs, and more.
The NFT marketplace is bigger right now than ever before. What do you think caused the sudden attraction to it?
Man, where to start? I guess you really have to look towards Don’t Buy Meme Ltd and Beeple as the significant players putting the recent spotlight on NFTs.
What inspired you to create HeadHunter?
Simply put, I wanted to showcase different possible use cases and functionality for NFTs and the future of digital collectibles.
How much are HeadHunter NFTs, or Heads, worth?
While the answer to the question is not one I can answer right now, I want to bring up that the goal for heads is to have a subjective value found in all art and an objective value with the profit-sharing aspect.
How can users buy them?
We will be auctioning off all 666 Heads. While the actual means of distribution have yet to be set in stone, we are currently engaging in various talks and hope to announce that information soon.
Your website says that each Head comes with its own digital parcel of land where users can create galleries. Do they need to have experience in coding to do that?
No, not at all. It will be a modular experience that will require no programming.
What other benefits do users get by buying Heads?
Profit-sharing and governance are the two additional benefits we are currently focused on. While nothing else is currently planned, the beauty of having the Heads function as Governance tokens means that the community could come up with other functions and benefits.
There are 666 Heads in total. Is there a reason why you chose that number, specifically?
It seemed appropriate to go alongside the motif of hunting evil.
Your white paper also said that the project’s goal is to change the way people view NFTs. What did you mean by that?
We touched upon this a bit in a previous question, but right now, the use cases for NFTs seem particularly limited. We hope to change both the way developers and collectors think about them.
Can the NFTs be traded or sold after purchase?
Yes. That being said, the profit-sharing will only go live after all 666 of the Heads have been won.
If someone buys someone else’s NFT, what happens to the gallery?
The gallery will change ownership as well. That does not mean all the NFTs will belong to the new owner, but the digital space itself will change ownership.