• Five thousand hamster NFT blind boxes with prizes to lead collection

  • A team in Hong Kong has launched Naughty Hamster, a non-homogenized token (NFT) project involving a total of 5,001 NFT collectibles. While collecting NFT collectibles, buyers can also participate in events and NFT collection missions organised by the team for a chance to win up to 55 Ether (ETH) coins as rewards, worth approximately HK$1.33 million.

    Naughty Hamster features a hamster as the main character and the first phase is planned to launch 10 different themed NFT series, each with 500 unique NFT collectibles, randomly generated by drawing parts and available in blind boxes on NFT trading platform OpenSea; together with the original version of The First Hamster, a total of 5,001 NFTs will be available.

    The first batch is priced at 0.08 Ether

    The team announced on Twitter that the first series (S1) will have 50 whitelist spots and will be available for pre-sale on March 12, with the remaining 450 blind boxes scheduled to go on sale on March 14. Each NFT will be priced at 0.08 Ether (approximately HK$1,934) and the boxes will be opened on 19 March. The subsequent nine series will be launched 20 days after the previous series is sold out, following the S1 model. The project leader said that the NFT selling price for S2 to S5 will be increased by 0.01 Ether each compared to the previous series.

    The entire NFT project will have a number of rewards, with participants competing to collect a designated 11 NFT collectibles, with the first to complete receiving 45 Ether coins alone, currently worth around HK$1.08 million according to data provider Coinbase, and the second to fifth places each receiving one Ether coin. Finally, collectors with a special hidden edition NFT will win an additional 10 Ether coins as a reward.

    Claims 20% of proceeds to help disadvantaged communities

    At the launch of each series, the team will offer prizes, such as a three-day, two-night round-trip flight and accommodation package for two to Hong Kong and Taiwan for S1. The project team also plans to set up a charitable Decentralised Autonomous Organisation (DAO) within three months of completing the first phase of Naughty Hamster sales, and allocate one-fifth of the project’s blind box proceeds to help disadvantaged communities or animals.

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