Last week, the popular Tezos-based non-fungible token (NFT) market, Hic et nunc, ceased its services because the market has been among the top 20 NFT markets by sales. After the market founder Rafael Lima withdrew, the community decided to take the project in its own hands and began to transform Hic et nunc into a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO).
Tezos community band mirrors the NFT market
November 14, Bitcoin.com news Report Promote the NFT market Hic et nunc to close its service on Tezos.At the time, Rafael Lima, the founder of Hic et nunc, explained on Twitter hicetnunc.xyz Now “discontinued”.
The founder’s Twitter handle”@hicetnunc2000” return Left a message On social media sharing the address of the market smart contract. At that time, users were extremely confused about the situation, and speculation began to heat up.
A few days later, it seems that Hic et nunc has been revolving around a project called “Hicetnunc.art. The statement sent to Bitcoin.com News detailed that founder Rafael Lima has decided to take a step back and hand over the project to the community.
The announcement disclosed that the original website is still unavailable and “still in the hands of the founders and developers.”As the Tezos community gathered around mirroring, Tezos infrastructure providers tool it is … now”Watchmen“Hic et nunc smart contract until DAO works.
The founder of Hic et Nunc reduced the fee to the lowest level allowed by the smart contract
In addition, Lima has reduce According to a recent statement, the platform’s fee is 1%. “Rafael Lima, the founder of Hic et nunc, has been communicating with some management teams and reducing the existing HEN contract fee to 1%,” hicetnunc-community Twitter account wrote. “in turn, DNS.xyz The ownership of the mirror Hicetnunc.art has been transferred to the community hosting of Teztools. “
In addition, Generative Artist and Creative Coder Matt DesLauriers published an article Blog post On the topic of November 13th, titled “The advantages of Hicetnunc and Web3.”
In a blog post, DesLauriers explained that although the original Hic et nunc website was closed, “its users and their content can seamlessly transition to alternative platforms and online spaces because the website is only used as a decentralized blockchain Thin interface contracts and peer-to-peer file hosting.”
What do you think of the Tezos community uniting around Hic et nunc mirroring and turning the project into a DAO community? Please tell us your thoughts on this topic in the comments section below.
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