TID hNFT Research Institute takes to a new level by digitalizing the physical exhibits; eight out of 12 NFTs are from the displays at the Smithsonian Institution's Hall of Human Origins, while the remaining four were featured on the covers of National Geographic Magazine.
The uniquely designed handmade Hominin NFTs by John Gurche went on sale each for 0.38ETH on the OpenSea marketplace. Each NFT comes with a utility to experience human evolution and world history in digital and real life.
The collectors will receive IRL and digital rewards based on how many NFTs they mint. Those who mint any one NFT from six upcoming collections will receive a hardcover 2022/3 anthology of ‘The Future of the Past’ (hNFT edition), an individual with eight hNFTs will receive a Global Museum Pass, and owners with 24 hNFTs will receive an exclusive state-of-the-art digital Tokenframe from the institute.
TID hNFT Research is trying to enter the Web3 space by bringing historical research and exhibits through various NFT collections.
The Hominins NFT collection drop kick starts a new era for the institute to showcase world history and cherish it forever in digital form.