- Those who solve the code and unlock the token will get a chance to work
- German citizens over the age of 13 can participate in the competition
The German intelligence agency Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) created the Dogs of BND NFT collection to attract talented web3 specialists to their team. This collection appeared on the OpenSea marketplace.
So, initially NFTs cost a symbolic 0.000001 ETH, but access to them was blocked. To mine a token, users must participate in a treasure hunt. They have to find the hidden text — it can be a wallet address, a transaction hash, a block, or a token number. The task is subject to specialists who can study or track the correct data.
Those who solve the codes will be able to mint one of the 987 dogs featured in the Dogs of BND collection. And also become a candidate for the position of cyber specialist in intelligence Bundesnachrichtendienst. Germans over the age of 13 will be considered for the position.
By the time of publication, the minimum price of NFT has risen to 0.052 ETH. And 195 users have already become owners of tokens (of which 20% are unique owners).
The collection was created on the Ethereum network according to the ERC-1155 standard. Many criticize cops for using an outdated standard. Also, some commentators consider the picture too primitive and old school. But it is worth remembering that the main goal of Dogs of BND is to find candidates who can work in the Bundesnachrichtendienst intelligence.