NFT – unique digital collectibles – enthusiasts are taking the TRON network hot with this network’s first original NFT. Launched on September 9, GeekHeadClub is a collection of 10,000 pieces of contemporary art based on the concept of geeky heads. According to Tronscan, they were recorded as collectible dapps that ranked 4th in the number of users on the Tron network within 24 hours of opening.
Until now, the NFT market has been dominated by Ethereum-based projects and Solana-based projects. However, the NFTs released in the Tron ecosystem so far have not received much attention from the market because they are close to replicas of Larva labs’ projects that have had successful results on the Ethereum network, rather than having their own value.
There were Tpunks, which copied the cryptopunk image of Larva labs., and BAYCtron and BATC, two different collections that copied the BAYC image were in the Tron ecosystem until this new NFT emerges.
“Our focus is being original. It’s about doing the right project with pride. We are not preparing for a short-term storm, but a proper NFT ecosystem development direction and services for many users who trust and participate in our project. This is reflected in our roadmap, which was previously revealed through the webpage. We hope that the Tron NFT ecosystem will be activated, in which GeekHeadClub will contribute and share its fruits with NFT holders.” Ryan, COO of Geek labs explained.
GeekHead are TRC721 tokens, the standard for non-fungible tokens on Tron blockchain. On the other hand, unlike other prior NFT projects that had unclear provision of images according to the TRC721 protocol standard, this project adopted latest standard for non-fungible tokens that other open markets can easily collaborate with. The limitations of existing projects have created an environment in which it is difficult for a successful open NFT market to appear in the Tron blockchain. Geek labs has been striving to comply with technical requirements for subsequent development even before launch. This project is the first Tron project that provides completely decentralized image recording on the blockchain using Btfs, a distributed data processing platform of BitTorrent, acquired by Justin Sun’s Tron Foundation.
According to the project roadmap they announced the day before, they will provide a platform to directly trade several other Tron-based NFTs, and provide this transaction fee to GeekHead NFT holders. Through this function, NFT holders can share the fruits of platform growth rather than simply collecting images. In addition, they are preparing a card exchange function between other NFTs and GeekHead NFTs. This update will focus on the NFT function as Collectibles and help users to complete the collection they want with interest. Many blockchain fans are cheering for Geek labs, which is creating the Tron blockchain ecosystem through new attempts.
You can check more info on geekhead.club and https://t.me/geekheadofficial