Burnt Hair Club is out to make headway in the NFT space as it announced the drop of 2500 pieces of alien NFTs on November 11th, featuring a business magnate and investor.
The NFT projects, seen as a game-changer in the NFT world, will be dropped on OpenSea, providing the first buyers the opportunity to select rare items. OpenSea serves as the world’s first and biggest web3 marketplace for NFTs and crypto collectibles.
Burnt Hair Club released several tweets pointing to a global personality and business magnate as an alien in the NFT projects. The project contains unique collections of Non-Fungible Tokens, which serve as non-interchangeable units of data stored in a blockchain with proof of ownership. The tweets, which were written about the new Twitter owner, had gone viral with almost 10,000 likes and retweets.
Burnt Hair Club also created an app called “Bling,” which is a mix of employment-oriented online service, LinkedIn, and microblogging and social networking service Twitter. The Twitter owner’s ‘burnt hair’ perfume is now an NFT project. The perfume was earlier said to have sold 10,000 bottles, pushing the mega-billionaire to earn a million dollars in just a few hours. In addition, the ‘burnt hair’ perfume, described as “the finest fragrance on Earth” and a “unique, limited edition collector’s item,” has raised some $3 million for the big-shot investor’s tunnel-digging startup.
The business magnate’s goals over the years have gone far and wide – from colonizing Mars to establishing a new sustainable energy economy and, in the process, constructing a massive rocket company as well as smaller firms.
“Bling serves as a business app where users can scroll for new jobs and have a look at other jobs around the world,” says Danny of Burnt Hair Club. On the app, individuals can also post about what they want to work on. Users can head to the account bio to check out a person’s Curriculum Vitae (CV), resume, as well as job history.
The app is also a merger of the functionalities of LinkedIn and TikTok, paving the way for the creation of more options for both job-seekers and employers.
Businesses can start to invite their workers to join the app and make videos of their work. “It can go worldwide, and we believe in that,” says Danny. “It’s time to make a change and bring people to the business. Bling is a revolutionary app that will redefine the way people look at job-seeking,” he added.
Those who want to download Bling or subscribe to the latest about Burn Hair Club’s NFT projects may reach out to the team right away or join the Telegram channel to get started. Others who wish to learn more about Burnt Hair Club may visit its website at www.burnthairclub.info or follow its other social channels for more information.