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We thought we’ve seen it all when it came to what PFP NFT projects had to offer, but for the first time ever, we’ve seen a small scale project that offered so much back.

Figures, since it’s a baby project…

At the moment, NFT is one of the hottest topics in the world. But what exactly is a NFT?

A “Non-fungible token” which is unique and can’t be replaced with something else. It’s like a one of a kind trading card or artwork that whoever owns it has the certificate of ownership to the digital asset. Most NFTs are part of the Ethereum blockchain; as the Ethereum coin is a cryptocurrency, like Bitcoin.

Minting is the process by which your digital art or digital content (NFT’s) becomes a part of the Ethereum blockchain. The NFT minting process is similar to how real coins are created and inserted into circulation.

An NFT project is created and built around 3 things:

* A smart contract- a self-executing contract with the terms of the agreement between buyer and seller being directly written into lines of code.

* An engaged community- people who are willing to follow the project’s vision.

* A roadmap- sort of a short and long term business plan for the project.

Now that we’ve covered and understood how important the smart contract and project roadmap are, we can truly evaluate NFT projects. For example, let’s talk about The Baby Bunch.

The project’s main goal is to build a flourishing community, full of essential content and services in order to deliver intellectual property to its members. It’s a platform for parents who wish to acquire knowledge, services and assistance from the community members and professionals outside of the community.

Starting with a phase they call “twins and triplets”, where every time you mint an NFT there’s a chance you may get twins or even triplets! The more babies you mint, the better your chances will be to get an airdrop of an extra baby!

Of course the Baby Bunch project offers competitions and prizes (worth tens of thousands of dollars), but they also have creativity-based competitions with prizes and exclusive merch for the winners. A bonus perk is that all NFT owners who become new parents will get a maternity package from the project at the time of the sale.

The Baby Bunch is a sustainable approach kind of project and takes care of various aspects of life. They’ve partnered with the Atlanta Center for Wellness and will provide all community members with exclusive access to live virtual sessions led by experts in relevant fields like meditation, mindfulness, parent coaching, self-improvement, and many more.

It’s a project that understands the importance of the community, which led to finding the ‘Parent for Parent’ – Community Growth Program, The Vault, Staking, Weekly Traits, The Baby Sniper,  a fully paid family vacation to one lucky holder (Nanny service included!) and so much more that we can’t elaborate on but we do encourage you to dig deeper…  .

The Baby Bunch knows how floor price is an issue that matters to the NFT community and that’s why they said once the collection is completely sold out, they’ll launch a floor sweep in which they won’t just sweep the floor, but also airdrop all these NFTs right back to the community! So it doesn’t matter if you’re in it for a flip, for holding the token, or all the treats they’re providing because no matter what everyone will benefit for sure from the floor sweep.

That’s some of the main attractive features in The Baby Bunch project, or at least the ones that got us sucked in like a baby on a bottle, looking forward to see it grow from a toddler to a real big deal and if you’re like us, and interested in checking it out- the public mint will begin on February 22 5 PM EST and further details are provided in the official website https://www.thebabybunch.io

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