Billions of pixels travelling through the metaverse.
A project lovingly put together by pixel artists, NFT enthusiasts and community-minded gamers from all over the planet.
Your chance to own an early, nostalgic, and iconic bit of the internet.
In September 2021 the team behind the 21 year old game Habbo released a collection of 11,600 entirely unique, pixelated avatar NFTs. These avatars exist on the Ethereum blockchain as ERC-721 tokens and are now integrated and usable inside the game.
In October, a brand new NFT collection was released – Habbo Portraits. Each avatar was able to be used to mint a brand new randomised portrait.
The first ever NFT furni airdrop took place in November 2021. These are ERC-721 tokens but are hosted on the layer 2 marketplace Immutable X.
MINT A HABBO PORTRAIT
For each Habbo Avatar you own, you can mint one randomised Habbo Portrait NFT to your MetaMask wallet. It’s important to note that you can only do this if the avatar in question hasn’t already been used to mint a portrait. The tool underneath the ‘Connect your MetaMask wallet’ button below should be used if you’re buying a Habbo Avatar and you want to know if it’s already been used to mint a Habbo Portrait.
Minting will end on January 4th 2022. Once minting has ended, the functionality will be removed from our website.
Important: a Habbo Portrait is not a portrait of your Habbo Avatar. It’s a completely new, separate, randomly generated NFT in profile picture format.Connect your MetaMask wallet
Check if an Habbo Avatar from the official collection has already been used to mint a randomised Habbo Portrait NFT by entering the avatar’s collection number below and clicking ‘Check’.
We love online communities. We love gaming and we love Habbo. Plus, the NFT space is a seriously exciting place to be right now.
As well as our own Twitter account – @HabboNFT – we’re also over on Discord. Join our server to get updates and information about the project. We’d love to see you.
Habbo NFT Official Links
Habbo NFT Traits
Each of the 11,600 avatars in the Habbo Avatars collection are programmatically generated from 284 different traits and are 100% unique. Some traits are less likely than others to appear on an avatar, which makes some of them ‘rarer’ than others. Habbo Avatars is listed on both Rarity Tools and Rarity Sniper, check out the rankings there.
One of the coolest things about Habbo Avatars is that eventually, we plan to make each one of them usable in-game. When this happens, not only do we plan for them to have an exclusive effect – and a lot of the time, weird and wonderful exclusive items – we also plan to enable active Habbo Club and Builders Club memberships for their owners as a kind of perk.
We put together a very rough roadmap to show what we want to do and when. This is very likely to change, so to get the freshest information make sure to join our Discord server.
We’re lucky enough to have a ready-made game and an awesome community to boot (actually, we’ve got two games and two awesome communities – Sulake also owns the wonderful Hotel Hideaway). NFTs are a cool bit of tech and making them a part of our games is a seriously exciting prospect.
While we don’t want to talk about our plans in any concrete or confirmatory terms, we do see ourselves moving towards a broader adoption of blockchain technology and NFTs, and the gradual adoption of a play to earn experience in Habbo.
We see play to earn as the future of gaming and we have tons of ideas how we can incorporate this in both Habbo and Hotel Hideaway. Building something like this over the games’ existing technology will be both difficult and time consuming, so it doesn’t make sense for us to commit to anything specific at this stage. We’ll keep both games’ communities and the NFT community updated about any developments.
The Habbo Avatar project is something we planned and executed ourselves, in-house. Members of the Habbo art and developer teams have been involved, as well as staff from Sulake’s community team. We didn’t outsource much of it, and it’s something we see as a long term thing that will grow and eventually contribute to other areas of Habbo, and indeed Hotel Hideaway.
A special mention should go to the project’s mastermind: Muumiopappa. Muumiopappa is a gaming and NFT fanatic based out of Helsinki, Finland. He’s the lead game designer for Habbo’s sister game, Hotel Hideaway, and his background is in data and computer science. He’s also an avid NFT collector, having got his two Bored Apes as they were minted. He also owns a fair amount of other NFTs in various blockchains; including Tezos and Flow. Finally, he is also a huge believer in play to earn mechanics and NFTs in general.
Habbo Avatars has been a really, really fun thing to work on. We’re super excited to see what happens next and where we go next.