The inaugural HNFTFest hosted an epic historical NFT treasure hunt to commemorate our historic event and to celebrate the relaunch of Takara 2.0 by Christian Moss. Festival attendees used the Takara geo-caching app to find and claim an array of historical assets that were virtually ‘buried’ in various locations around the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona.
The hidden booty included a variety of HNFTFest commemorative tokens created by Dada artists, along with almost 300 historical assets from the 2011-2019 period. The historical assets are derived from various chains including BTC (via Counterparty), Namecoin, Emercoin, Dogecoin and Ethereum. Some of the projects and assets in the hunt included: Spells of Genesis, Force of Will, RarePepes, MemoryChain, a Cryptoskull, CryptoCrystals, .bit domains, a PridePunk, a PunyCode, a physical slothicorn book, BitGirls, Dogeparty assets, Bitcorns, Kaleidoscope, Creeps and Weirdos and a Sarutobi Ninjasuit!