Interfaces NFT: Is It Dead?
Web Generated Modular Interfaces is a digital art collection that features 10,000 randomly generated profile pictures. The official WGMI website does not provide the NFT project's release date, sales and distribution details, pricing, or airdrop information.
The Interfaces NFT collection is composed of various art depicting a range of high-quality images. The initiative aims to provide token holders with the opportunity to purchase a unique piece of digital art.
The project has provided followers with a spreadsheet that allows them to keep track of the whitelisted users.
The spreadsheet also includes all pre-public mint approval requests. At the time last recorded, it had 1,656 individuals on the spreadsheet who had been granted permission.
The spreadsheet provided consists of two columns, with the left column listing the Twitter IDs of individuals and the right column providing the reasons for their inclusion.
On 17 December, 2021, the project released its first video detailing the NFT collection and thanking its supporters for their ongoing support. The video received a huge positive response from fans and followers.
The NFT website and Twitter account list the following three individuals as the founders of the project:
• Anna Kajda.
• Arek Kajda.
• Daniel Linthwaite.
All three individuals are experienced designers, illustrators, and artists. They have established foundation profiles and have a track record of selling their work on the platform, demonstrating their credibility and expertise in the field.
The NFT has a crazy social handle following. It has the highest quality unique collections that surpass other artworks. This is evident in the growing community of enthusiasts that follow the project on Twitter, where the handle @WGMInterfaces has amassed more than 179,000 followers.
Is the Interfaces NFT dead?
The founders announced on 27 February, 2022, that they would no longer continue with the project. The project received massive traction and attention from the crypto community, putting unexpected pressure on its creators.
As a result, the founders had to stop the project saying it did not align with their vision.
Author: Priya Kumari
Priya is a passionate content writer and the co-founder of Finendorse. She is an enthusiastic crypto investor and has a huge interest in the upcoming digitisation age.