gmoney Shares Community Growth Plans, Details 'Networked Products'
NFT personality and entrepreneur gmoney provided a glimpse behind the curtain in a Twitter thread last night, detailing the three pillars behind his latest NFT project, 9dcc.
Recently launched, 9dcc is a fashion project and described "network product" - with a core focus on creating a community that could transform from the digital realm to the physical.
In the project's first drop, ITERATION-01, holders minted an NFT that eventually rewarded them with the ability to physically redeem a shirt. However, these are no ordinary shirts.
Each shirt is enabled with NFC technology that allows the user to tap a chip and be instantly connected to the 9dcc community.
One of the goals of 9dcc is to disrupt that. Upon receiving our product and tapping the chip, the owner will have the option to input their cell phone number to opt-in to receive real time SMS alerts whenever an important announcement or activation is announced.— gmoney.eth (@gmoneyNFT) October 28, 2022
But it doesn't end there.
In addition to the holder or wearer opting into the community, they are also empowered to help build the community.
Each t-shirt comes with 200 POAPs, or proof of attendance protocol NFTs, which are distributable by the owner.
As the owner provides POAPs from their ITERATION-01 NFT, they are essentially creating new 9dcc community members. These new 9dcc community members (the POAP holders) can then gain access to 9dcc community activations.
The first community activation will take place at Art Basel in Miami starting on Nov. 29.
At the event, both ITERATION-01 and ITERATION-02 (which will mint during that time) holders will have the ability to provide limited edition POAPs.
The individuals who collect the most unique POAPs and distribute the most unique POAPS at the end of the event will be eligible to win an ITERATION-01 NFT of their choosing.
As more POAPs are awarded, more individuals will become eligible for community activations, meanwhile growing the 9dcc community with each scan.