Hobos is a symbol of the challenging times faced by the NFT community. Created during a bear market, Hobos serves as a reminder of the ups and downs in the NFT world. But it’s not all about the past; it’s about the future and the potential of the community.
Hobos is all about bringing the focus back to the core values of NFTs: Art and Community. It’s a digital collectible that fosters a passionate community with shared interests. The project believes in the power of a united community, emphasizing that a strong, positive, and passionate community is the key to long-term success.
Hobos takes pride in its unique art approach. While many NFTs have 1/1s, Hobos aims for each NFT to feel legendary and distinct, almost like every piece is a 1/1.
The project has invested hundreds of hours into creating over 400 unique traits, ensuring that each NFT feels special. And it’s not just static art; each piece is animated, adding life to the collection. However, the project emphasizes that rarity isn’t the main focus; instead, each NFT is a unique piece of art.
Injective was chosen as the home for Hobos because of its potential and the strong bond within its community. The team behind Hobos believes in the future of Injective and its projects, and they see opportunities in the still-developing NFT space on Injective.
The Road Ahead
Hobos has big plans. They’ve already introduced an Injective Explorer tool with NFT support and are working on more tools that align with their core values: Art, Onboarding, and Community. They’re not in a rush and want to ensure they bring real value to the community.
While many are eager to join the Hobos community, the team is taking a phased approach. They want to first deliver value before opening up the community to everyone. Those who have won OG or WL roles will have exclusive access for now, but the doors will open wider soon.
In essence, Hobos is more than just an NFT collection; it’s a movement, a community, and a testament to the resilience and potential of the NFT space.