German Federal Intelligence Service Launches NFT Collection, “Dogs of BND,” as a Blockchain Challenge
The Federal Intelligence Service has launched “Dogs of BND,” an NFT collection of 999 German Shepherd dogs, alongside a blockchain challenge where talented users of crypto tech have a chance getting one of these PFPs by successfully completing the treasure hunt.
The Federal Intelligence Service, Germany’s foreign intelligence agency, has officially launched its own collection called “Dogs of BND” and with it, a blockchain challenge, which is a treasure hunt designed to attract young talent, with those who successfully complete the challenge getting awarded with an NFT from the collection.
This PFP collection consists of a total of 999 NFTs, out of which 987 can be uncovered by crypto experts, while the remaining 13 are reserved for the agency. These are ERC-1155 tokens launched on the Ethereum network using OpenSea Openstore for a symbolic price of 0.000001 ETH for those who manage to solve the challenge.
In this blockchain competition, participants are tasked with a string that could be a transaction hash, block, address or token published by the agency, from which there is a secret reference to the NFT collection that those who find can make use of by attaining one of the non-fungible tokens that resemble 2D cartoonish pictures of German Shepherd dogs. The competition will end once all NFTs are found.