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How many bombs are there?

There are 25,000 bombs. The Hundreds has also retained 5% (1250) of the bombs to be dispersed to the community for future causes

That’s a lot of NFTs compared to other popular projects. Why so many?

Because we aren’t basing our collectibles off what’s happened in the past. We are planning for the future.

Many NFT projects hover around the 10,000 mark because of the precedent that Larva Labs set with CryptoPunks in 2017. It’s now 2021 and the audience for NFTs has grown exponentially.

We are at the starting line for Web3 and foresee hundreds of millions of people pouring into the metaverse over the next several years. In some ways, 25,000 NFTs does not seem nearly enough, especially when you consider we’ve had over half a million customers over the life of The Hundreds.

In fact, if it weren’t for bandwidth and logistics issues, we’d accommodate as many people as possible and give them elbow room in a frothy market. The common complaint is that these NFT collectibles sell out too quickly and are priced out of reach on the secondary market. 25,000 NFTs gives our community their best shot at getting in early for a reasonable, base price

How much are bombs?

Adam Bomb Squad NFTs were minted on August 27, 2021 for 0.1 ETH, with volume pricing at 5 bombs and 10 bombs. They sold out in 40 minutes.

Today, Adam Bomb Squad NFTs trade on the secondary market for a value that fluctuates depending on demand.

How do I buy an Adam Bomb Squad NFT?

First, you need to buy Ethereum on a crypto exchange like Coinbase. Then, you transfer Ethereum from Coinbase and to your crypto wallet (MetaMask).

Visit our Official Verified page on OpenSea to plug in your MetaMask wallet and shop for bomb.

Wait a minute. What even is an NFT?

Great question. In some ways, we still don’t know either! Collectively, we are still defining what NFTs are and can do for us. So, don’t beat yourself up if you’re having trouble understanding the concept. Back in February, 2021, Bobby wrote an essay breaking down NFTs. Maybe it’ll help you. 

Since I bought an Adam Bomb Squad NFT, does that mean I have the rights to this design?

No. Our NFTs do not transfer over any rights or licensing to the intellectual property. These are collectibles. Just like if you buy an original painting, you can’t go out and sell replicas of the artwork. And if you buy a pair of Nike shoes, you don’t own the Swoosh design. 

Besides a cool-looking JPEG, what else does this NFT give me?

Access and Perks.

So far, ABS NFTs have granted entry to Discord servers, festivals and parties, exclusive The Hundreds product and collections, discount codes, early release links, free T-shirts and other promotional items, contest prizes like The Hundreds Xboxes, “allow-listing” for other NFT project drops like Stapleverse, Light Cult Crypto Club, and Pass the Baton, NFT-specific collabs, and chicken sandwiches.

The Hundreds’ Online Shop was the first to utilize tokengating on Shopify to allow ABS NFT holders exclusive access to certain product.

Why are you doing this?

This is why.

I’ve heard that NFTs are bad for the environment. Why are you contributing to the problem?

Yes, all crypto technology is harmful to the environment because the coins are mined by physical computers, which - as you know - consume energy. NFTs are a very small percentage of these transactions, but yes, of course they demand resources. Read our whitepaper to learn how these processes are improving, along with the argument that NFTs and the metaverse can alleviate waste in the physical world.

If we can move much of the consumer and collector mindset to amassing digital goods, then we can reduce the pollution, physical garbage, and carbon footprint that industries - especially fashion - tax the global ecosystem  

This is stupid. NFTs are a scam. You should be ashamed of yourselves.

Since the early 2000s, we’ve heard the same doubts and criticism about blogging our lifestyles, selling streetwear T-shirts for $28 (when you could just buy one off the H&M rack for $14), and supporting the hype economy. And maybe they were right. But, we also know the light and benefits this brand has brought into our community’s lives over the years.

We are of the mindset that Web3 is not just the near future, but the now. Major institutions, thought leaders, brands, charities, young entrepreneurs, artists, and Tech are backing this cultural shift. But, it’s also fine if it’s not the right subject for you. We thank you for entertaining the idea.

Okay, fine. Where can I learn more about Adam Bomb Squad?

Please follow us on Twitter and meet our Community Discord.
As always, it’s People over Product.

What’s for lunch?

Thai food.