The Uhuru NFT project is founded on the belief that African culture, heritage, and black history deserve to be celebrated and preserved for future generations. We believe that Web3 and the metaverse provide a unique and powerful platform for sharing these stories and experiences with the world.
Uhuru is a Swahili word that translates to FREEDOM in the English language.
In the past, African culture and history have been represented on various Web 2.0 platforms, such as YouTube, Netflix, and Google. With the advent of Web3, we are now able to take this a step further by creating NFT collections that allow people to connect with and experience African culture in a more immersive and interactive way.
Our flagship collection, the Uhuru NFT: Freeman collection, is dedicated to highlighting the significant and often overlooked event of the transatlantic slave trade. This collection features unique 3D-rendered art pieces with over 250 traits, each with a minimum of 6 trait counts and a maximum of 10 trait counts.