Hashku makes it easy to manage the entire NFT experience all the way from art generation through mint.
Inefficient solidity contracts can cost their creators a ton of money. The defaults aren't optimized for affordability.
There’s a hidden cost that nobody talks about when dev teams fail to optimize their code (it can cost creators tens of thousands of dollars).
How teams handle allowlists for hyped mints (or don't) can erode longterm value and overall community trust.
Adidas, Hapebeast, Mekaverse and even a well-capitalized NFT-native project like Cool Pets all struggled with their mints. Unfortunately, these problems are the norm, not the exception.
Quality Assurance (QA) is something everyone underestimates — we learned this the hard way so we can save you a ton of time.
The inherent complexity of large, generative profile picture projects makes them very susceptible to a ton of potential issues. Ask us to show our 30-page QA document sometime...
Rare NFTs get sniped pre-reveal when your team lacks a metadata protection strategy.
NFT collectors are a smart and technically-savvy bunch, particularly the degenerate ones. We’ve sniped unrevealed rares ourselves -- we get it... if you can, you do. If you can’t, you won’t.
Scams, spam, fake collections, bad actors, DDoS attacks and Discord bots to name a few. NFTs = The Wild West.
People are people - sometimes they're up to no good. The last thing creators want is for malicious behavior to impact the community experience they've worked so hard to build.
Hashku was an invaluable asset in bringing our project to life. Their art generation tools allowed us freedom and customizability when generating our art, their minting tools made for a seamless presale and minting experience, and on top of all that they’re friendly, wonderful people!