I hope you’re all really well and having a wonderful weekend.
Myself, and my friend Jillian, have a wonderful idea to create an NFT Marketplace that emphasizes the warmth and community of an Irish Pub.
Here is a link to our proposal: Click Me To View The Proposal
The project is called TheIrishPub.io, enabling an open and inclusive environment for people to share art, memories, and creativity.
The names of the requesters are Jillian Godsil and Gary Delaney.
Our Address is: garydelaney.near
We are requesting funds for a developer, ideally available to start by the end of May or the start of June.
We would like to request $2000 worth of NEAR Tokens for this project.
The developer task that the funds will be required for will be to create a minter and display minted NFTs on our storefront, we’ll be handling the overall website design and flow, but when it comes to the process of minting NFTs, display NFTs, and connecting the website to a users wallet, we’ll begin to need help.
- The funds will also cover: additional SEO Work
- Promotional Activities for ads and radio show placements in Ireland.
- End of May: Core website up and running, the website is designed, and our lead capture campaign begins.
- Start of June: Developer begins the process of working on the back end NFT minting and mining process:
- June: Begin promotional campaigns using organic social media campaigns, and utilize both Facebook Ads and Google Ads to drive further traffic (we’ll be sure to use the word blockchain as opposed to crypto to avoid disapproval)
- June: First Artist On-Boarding.
- July: Continue artist on-boarding, begin providing a white-glove experience for all of our artists and sellers. Here we’ll begin to document the user experience and aim towards full artist autonomy when setting up the NFTs, albeit not before making the process as streamlined and easy as possible.
The completion of the tasks outlined will help support the NEAR artistic community by providing wonderful NFTs to them. Additionally, it will help propel NEAR to the front of the emerging NFT community that’s budding in Ireland - Without official sources of data, Ireland is generally an artistic country, and I’m certain we won’t be short of artists.
If anybody has any further advice or suggestions, we’re all ears.
Have a wonderful weekend!