Creators of the Hive NFT App are showcasing NFTs in a fashion that much of today’s generation will recognize. With a structure like the popular dating app, Tinder, Hive users can “swipe right” for NFTs they find interesting and left for ones that are less appealing to them.
The Hive app is unique in its ability to allow users to view NFTs from all major marketplaces (e.g., Coinbase, Opensea, Magic Eden, and more). In fact, it’s the first of its kind to offer these capabilities in one central location. Before swiping, users have the option to view more about a project by clicking the app’s white information icon. This will give a biography on the project along with a basic details section that provides the project’s social links. If a user decides to “swipe right” (or “like”) a project, it’s added to their “liked” page and can be accessed at any time.
This innovative app aims to give users a chance to easily navigate through the fast-growing NFT space. With new NFT projects emerging daily, it can be difficult to identify what’s worth investing in. Hive is combatting this problem by keeping users informed about and connected to projects that appeal most to them. Overall, Hive has produced a diverse NFT environment that allows users to become aware of both new and old projects that they may have never heard of otherwise.
While Hive does offer insight into a ton of NFT projects from major marketplaces, its creators place equal focus on new and emerging projects as well. Users can find curated projects from blockchains such as Ethereum, Solana, Fantom, BSC, Avalanche, Cardano, and Tron, among others.
The future of NFTs
As digital tools such as social media, gaming, and streaming become more prominent, the Web3 and NFT marketplace continues to explode. However, the problem that many face with buying digital goods is their legitimacy. After all, it’s harder to verify the validity of digital artwork, documents, etc. than it is a physical copy. That’s where NFTs come in because, by their basic design, they cannot be “carbon copied” and later reused. With the growing landscape, users need a central location to learn more about all their NFT options. That’s where Hive comes in.
More about the Hive NFT app
Although Hive just launched earlier this year, the app has already hit major milestones. The app continues to grow in popularity on YouTube and its user base is continually expanding as well. Currently, the app is only available on the Google Play Store but will soon be launched on iOS. The Hive creators have cited efforts to keep the app updated and continue to add to a growing list of exciting new features.