The TID hNFT Research Institute Launches historical NFT project.

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Hominins inspires History in Web3

The TID Historical NFT (hNFT) Research Institute has released 12 historical “Hominins” on Opensea as part of its groundbreaking project.

The fascinating collection by world-famous evolutionary artist John Gurche has 12 reconstructions of ape-like and more modern hominins.

The Hominins are hand-made and also costs 0.38ETH each, based on their rarity.

Furthermore, eight of the Hominins are on permanent display in the Hall of Human Origins at the Smithsonian Institution because of how well they were made and how much detail they had.

At the moment, John Gurche is an artist-in-residence at the Museum of the Earth in Ithaca, New York, which is part of Cornell University.

This is the first of six NFT drops by TID hNFT. And the aim is to bring the joy and inspiration of history to web3. This is because, each collection will spark the interest of art, history, and culture lovers who collect online or in person.

TID hNFT is working with many university experts and artists from all over the world.

Credit: TID hNFT Research Institute

Together, their goal is to use NFTs to write history and put it on the blockchain.

TID hNFTs is an exciting new way to communicate with the people working on the project. And for artists, they’re also a new way to learn about history. Additionally, the utility plan for hNFT from TID combines digital and real-world rewards.

The collector who mints any hNFT from one of the six collections this season gets a hardcover 2022/3 anthology of “The Future of the Past”.

Additionally, people who mint eight hNFTs will get a Global Museum Pass. And the pass gives them free access for a year to over 100 of the best museums in the world.

Then, a collector who mints 24 hNFTs will get a 3333-inch, state-of-the-art digital Tokenframe. This is for showing off NFTs at home, at the office, or even at special events.

TID also wants its hNFT collections to start a growing encyclopedia of digital art on the blockchain.

TID says that major historical institutions are already talking about how they can work together on their first hNFT collections.

One topic of conversation is a project to research and preserve history, in which hNFT buyers would directly help finish the project.

Lastly, TID will give 3 percent of all hNFT sales to groups that work to keep history accurate, do research on it, and keep it safe.

Each of the three groups, FactCheck.org, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the American Historical Association, will get 1 percent.

TID is set to launch five collections which include : “ICONS” on August 24, “LIES” on October 24, “MYTHOS” on December 24, “SERIAL” on February 24, 2023, and “LOST HEROINES” on April 24, 2023. (2023).

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