BEYOND WINNING THE BINANCE AFRICA HACKATHON
I am KarlaGod and I’m the founder of QLIP.
I’d like to say a really big ‘THANK YOU’ to the QLIP community, the QLIP volunteer team, and everyone on the QLIP Team who relentlessly put in their best to make our idea stand.
By now, the euphoria of us winning the BINANCE AFRICA HACKATHON has simmered a little (lol) and eyes are on us to see what our next steps are.
I’m writing this to share my cogitations and also possibly “leak” some information about QLIP’s new development (before the official announcements, I hope the team members don’t catch me writing this…lol).
The journey to the HACKATHON has been tough, but it’s that kind of toughness that brings the best in you. We’re thankful to have been recognized by the world’s biggest exchange as №1 out of the projects that applied and presented during the BINANCE AFRICA HACKATHON.
SO GOING FORWARD, HERE ARE MY COGITATIONS
I want to see artists express themselves on QLIP, I want to see NFTs of music, hyperrealism, videos, photography, and more, on QLIP with fans of these artists and the NFT community enjoy their collectibles and the utility that comes with owning them.
I want to see art veterans but also NFT newbies welcomed to our community and enjoy the support we provide, from one artist to another.
I want to see upcoming African Artists tokenize themselves and give their fans new ways to show their loyalty, while also watching the NFTs they own grow in value as their favorite artists career advances.
I want to see media partnerships with SoundCity Africa, MTVBase Africa, HiPTV, etc, where Artists can talk about their NFTs and the passion behind their music.
I want to see people earn $QLP tokens by staking our collectibles in QLIP v.1.0
THERE’S A LOT MORE, BUT I’LL END HERE❤️