Communities make the #Web3 world go round.
They are responsible for mobilizing people with the same goals and tastes in one worldwide group that eventually will not only demonstrate their loyalty but also get rewards from it.
And, in the NFT world, communities show up to grow even more the projects they believe in.
But it’s more than just using tags and drawings as their avatars – communities believe in growing financially together, promoting more financial freedom to anyone who wishes to enter this world.
The KleverNFT platform also believes in that and, moreover, believes in giving communities the platform to shine and evolve with their projects.
And in order to do so, community projects understand their mission, as they develop more ways to benefit and reward their members by adding a keyword to any successful community project: utility.
Communities + Utility
Adding utility to your NFTs makes them more powerful than plain avatars and hashtags.
It is when the project gets more and more attractive by adding the crucial ingredient in the Web3 world: the ownership.
But not just any ownership. It’s ownership that suddenly can transform you from a cool project enthusiast to a major investor and/or creator.
Different perks, rights, and opportunities await on the other side of the utility aspect of a project.
Those benefits may vary, but the goal is ultimately the same: to make stronger those who invest not only money, but time and loyalty inside one’s idea.
From early access to product launches to invites to important events or even discounts on other products and services – the list can be long and full of possibilities.
Either way, to nurture the community can be key for a successful NFT project.
Nasdaq’s website highlighted an interesting comparison made by art photographer Dave Krugman in which he described NFT communities by using the example of a “mycelium, an interconnected fungus network that survives from collective nourishment”.
According to Nasdaq’s piece, “similarly, NFT communities provide a space for people to share ideas, collaborate and support each other. They can also disrupt creative industries and promote fairness in the field of art and culture”.
The article also reinforces the role that strong communities play even in the bear market when “organic promotion and naturalized affinity towards an NFT collection from a self-motivated community are crucial”.
“Community membership gives a satisfactory feeling of belonging while helping the project survive the dreaded crypto winter”, said Shaun Abdi, founder of Legendary Racers collection.
KleverNFT’s eyes are on community projects
According to Felipe Rieger, head of the KleverNFT platform, the current goal is to create a healthy web3 ecosystem where the platform itself can help creators and developers to build in their chain – in this case, the KleverChain.
Felipe also emphasizes that information is key, and a platform that makes it easy for users to access all these details, including identifying doxxed creators, in an easy and user-friendly way can make all the difference.
P.S: Doxxed creators or a doxxed project means that the people responsible for the project are identifiable and made their identities accessible on the internet, bringing more trustworthiness to the project.
“We want to guide our community to learn about the project with the roadmap, description, and team info. Doxxing the creators protects the community too”, said Felipe.
You have a project. How can KleverNFT help you?
Okay, it’s all so interesting and worth digging into, but how can KleverNFT make this space helpful and give that financial freedom wheel a good spin?
Rieger answers that one too:
“Community projects can launch on the Launchpad in a very smart, fast, and effortless way. They don’t need to code the smart contract, create the INO page, and integrate the contract. We make it super easy for them so the only thing they need to do is to focus on the project, deliver the roadmap and build the product”.
However, Rieger reminds project owners that the KleverNFT platform team will consider applications on a rolling basis and all the projects require approval – and this will depend on each project.
“If you have not heard back from us within a few weeks of your submission, this means we have placed you in our pipeline for potential future consideration, although this does not guarantee placement. Due to the high volume of applications, we will not be responding to all applications. You will hear from us if we are interested in moving forward with your project”.
As previously mentioned by Klever, the KleverNFT platform wants to give total security and trust to our community when having a new project to participate in.
Nevertheless, it is nice to know that not everything that goes into the blockchain also goes to the launchpad.
To explain a little bit better, let’s put it this way: the creator can launch its product inside the KleverChain once it is decentralized and anyone can participate in it.
Launchpads, on the other hand, work differently, and all projects that launch inside of them have already been approved by the KleverNFT platform team.
In order to be approved by the team so the project is released inside the launchpad, creators will have to register their NFT project on KleverNFT, give details like which blockchain it is built in, supply, mint price, mint date, project social media links, email contact, discord contact, descriptions of the project, team members, team backgrounds & qualifications, partnerships if any, advisors’ details, references, investments, utility, roadmaps, whitepaper, budget, mint funds breakdown, risk & mitigations, artworks, community, metadata sample and white tool list.
All these details will ultimately help users to understand the project and will help them make informed decisions about whether to invest in them or not.
Finally, if all the info matches what the KleverNFT platform team is looking for, it’ll be approved, scheduled, and programmed to be available in the KleverNFT Launchpad.
And if you have an NFT project that you wish to launch on KleverNFT platform, feel free to apply by clicking here.