Cordia Partnership has just revealed the release of the Crypto Food Hall NFT series. This series includes 1,000 chefs, 500 men, and 500 women, including Chef Tasty, Chef Yummy, Chef Nasty, Chef Delivered, and Chef BTC. The chefs mainly show different cuisines, cooking styles, and personalities. Besides, there will be menu items as well, and locations within the metaverse food experience.
Presently, the general mint price is 0.08 ETH, while the whitelist price is 0.04 ETH. All the chefs will have their own restaurants in the Crypto Food Hall, and some will have real virtual restaurants on scheduled application. In addition, the Crypto Food Hall welcomes the collaboration and proficiency from cooking experts and renowned chefs. By having a chef NFT, everyone can own a piece of these virtual restaurants.
The NFT project links other restaurant-based NFT projects, but with a goal of helping independent restaurants. By participating in this project, they can access the NFT world without getting high development cost and technical expertise. In addition, part of the NFT sales franchise is used to buy digital gift cards from local restaurants, and after that distributed to the Crypto Food Hall community.
As an extra utility for holders, they will be invited to casual, virtual and face-to-face cooking events. They will also be eligible for more airdrops and discount codes for virtual restaurants. After wards, NFT menu items will be their next milestone, scheduled for next month. While the food hall locations should be on sale in April.
Cordia is headquartered in Reno, Nevada, and operates virtual restaurants and ghost kitchens. They are commercial cooking spaces where there are no dining options. They basically act as an online delivery center and catering orders, and operate via major delivery services such as UberEats, DoorDash, and more. The major advantage is that they eliminate the need for expensive build outs in privileged locations.