Presale scheduled for July 17, 9:00 am JST. While unconfirmed, it is assumed that public sale will follow on straight after.
What is CNP Jobs?
A spin off project from the team behind CryptoNinja, CNP Jobs will consist of 11,111 NFTs and is made up of fan art from fellow spin off collection, CryptoNinja Partners (CNP). The art sticks to that of its parent project which is a cutesy, authentic Japanese style and features variations of four characters, Leelee the panda, Mitama the ghost, Narukami the hawk and Orochi the white snake. Each variation is one of the above, dressed up, ready for their work day in a unique profession such as Police Officer, Chef and Artist, hence the name CNP Jobs.
The original CryptoNinja collection, whilst limited to just 30 tokens, sits at a very healthy floor price of 30 ETH. CNP has a floor of 0.689 ETH, but it boasts a much higher supply of 22.2K. Previous success like this suggests that CNP Jobs is in good hands in the lead up to mint and beyond.
As of today, the project’s roadmap is classed as “plans in concept” according to the official website. The original CryptoNinja project has a number of utilities, including Crypto Literacy Exams, Metaverse Music World, Cluster Division, Ninja Terakoya, a Ninja Picture Book and an upcoming Card Game. Based on the genesis collection, we can safely assume there will likely be a strong roadmap for CPN Jobs.
CNP Jobs consists of three core members. This will be the third collection from the Japan based squad.
Lead Designer – Ujuna
Ujuna is known in Japan as the only comedy NFT creator where he combines his sense of humor with his artistic talent.
Lead Engineer – Munakata
A specialist smart contract engineer, Munakata spends his time developing tools and educating others.
Marketing Advisor – Ikehaya
Credited as the founder of CryptoNinja, Ikehaya boasts a healthy 350.3K followers on Twitter. Marketing is his expertise, thus he plays a pivotal role in developing the brand.
Based on the background of the team and the successful projects launched in the past, there are reasons to be bullish for CNP Jobs. While the original CryptoNinja collection is the clear stand out when it comes to floor price, the trade volume of 200 ETH suggests it is a project for the diamond hands. In comparison, CNP has a far larger supply and with that comes a trade volume of 1.8K ETH. CNP Jobs, therefore, falls somewhere in between.
With a strong community behind the project already, while unlikely to disrupt the top of the rankings on OpenSea, we can conclude that the project should do well considering the very low entry cost of just 0.001 ETH.
Given the bearish market conditions that remain, the majority of projects launching are doomed to fail. With ETH continuing its downwards trend, there are less traders around. Whilst CNP Jobs shouldn’t have too much trouble at mint, it’s hard to see where the project will go from there, especially if you’re looking to turn a quick profit.
For those that buy into the project’s vision and community long term, there’s very little to worry about given the mint price. Ultimately, there isn’t much to lose should you buy in, so if CNP Jobs is of interest, then go ahead, as you’ll only be risking a dollar or so.
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