Skip to content Skip to sidebar Skip to footer

Doodlin Town is a collection of 10,000 NFTs created and developed by HAU538, a Mexican design studio.
Doodlin Town NFT project
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Amidst the current situation and the uncertain economy, HAU538, a design studio in Mexico, foresees the opportunity to position itself in the NFT market, on top of building trust and loyalty in the crypto world.
Experts anticipated that 2022 would be the best year for NFTs. Nevertheless, the economy and the slowdown in the adoption of cryptocurrencies resulted in a drop in the volume of sales of NFTs and declines of more than 60% in the value of bitcoin and Ethereum cryptocurrencies.
In addition to this, NFTs projects showed poor business practices, novice creators with no experience in project development, teams with no business experience or, in isolated cases, just a group of people not legally established as an organization without the ability to really add value to the market.
Doodlin Town NFT as a promoter of change 
HAU538 is the studio created by Miguel Ángel Guzmán, a commercial and real estate entrepreneur in Mexico, whose main objective is to create several NFT projects that provide true utility that help consolidate cryptocurrencies as a new payment instrument in the global economic system.
The company behind HAU538, whose primary differentiator is being a legally established business in Mexico, comprises over 20 close employees and entertains accelerated expansion plans for the next five years.
HAU538’s first project is Doodlin Town, a collection of 10,000 NFTs that will serve each week as a lottery ticket to win the creator’s royalties every week. It is a simple utility but one that seeks to engender transparency and loyalty in its future holders.
“Each week we’ll take the winning numbers from one of the biggest U.S. lotteries, and these will work as a reference to pick our winning holders,” Miguel Guzmán explained. “50% of the mint fundraising will be given away to eight holders through a lottery a few days after the art reveal, and later on, 80% of the weekly royalties will go directly to four holders through a weekly lottery.”
Mr. Guzmán is a Mexican real estate entrepreneur who is at the helm of Doodlin Town. His goal is to provide benefits full of profits in each project within HAU538. As indicated by Mr. Guzmán, in a few years he wants to be able to launch the first 100% crypto hotel.
“We want to build a hotel in Mexico City focused on the NFT community, which offers the use of the blockchain in its shopping experience, without the need to use FIAT money. Furthermore, the investment for the construction of the hotel would be funded by an NFT project, which would take each NFT as enrollment in a timeshare program that affords them a week stay every year”.
Miguel Ángel and the HAU538 team are bent on establishing themselves as forerunners in the NFT world to create a connection between investors and NFT collectors through their weekly prizes ingenious concept. Doodlin Town, the studio’s first collection, just announced that it will be officially launched on Oct. 28 with a supply of 10,000 NFTs priced at .049 ETH.
More information about Doodlin Town is available on the company’s official Twitter profile.
Contact Information:
Patsy Carpio
Marketing Manager
52 55 1825 8843

Related Images

Image 1: Doodlin Town NFT project

Doodlin Town is a collection of 10,000 NFTs created and developed by HAU538, a Mexican design studio

This content was issued through the press release distribution service at
Doodlin Town NFT project

Being patient doesn't always pay off.
Shares of electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Rivian (NASDAQ: RIVN) sank in Friday morning trading. At that time, the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite was down by 2.3%. A number of factors were working against Rivian's shares.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss the dip in stock for Tesla amid CEO Elon Musk’s ongoing Twitter trial
Inflation and higher interest rates could be here to stay. BofA says changing demographics, deglobalization, and underinvestment in energy production have created a new “regime” for the global economy.
The U.S. stock market took an unusual swing after Thursday’s inflation report. “Shortly after the open, the S&P 500 index had dropped nearly 4% from its pre-market highs before staging an epic rally of over 5%,” Bespoke Investment Group said in a note Friday. “Even in this ‘all or nothing’ type of market environment, reversals of that magnitude are rare.”
The Senior Citizen’s League says there ‘may be no COLA payable in 2024.'
The U.S. Treasury Department put an item on its agenda Friday to start talking with primary dealers about the potential for it to buy back some of its older debt to help keep markets functioning smoothly.
This week’s worse-than-expected inflation report led to turmoil in more than one market, but you only read about one of them. What got far less attention was the flurry of excitement that the inflation report caused in the normally-staid I-bond market.
Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, started his 2000 shareholder letter with the word "ouch." The company's stock had fallen more than 80% in the past year, a tough time for shareholders when the dot-com bubble had burst, and Wall Street was selling everything out of fear. Today, Amazon is one of the world's largest companies, which means that 2000 was a wonderful time to buy shares.
In this article, we discuss the 10 best LNG and LNG shipping stocks to buy now. If you want to read about some more LNG and LNG shipping stocks, go directly to the 5 Best LNG and LNG Shipping Stocks to Buy Now. According to Shell LNG Outlook 2022 report, global trade in LNG climbed […]
Beyond Meat is axing its current COO Doug Ramsey, reducing its 2022 revenue outlook, and planning to cut 19% of its global workforce.
Yahoo Finance speaks with Smead Capital Management CIO Bill Smead on bank earnings, home-lending, and which banks are best positioned for the choppy road ahead. 
Investors were surprised by the big rally in the stock market on Thursday, but Friday brought another dose of reality and disappointment. After having posted monumental gains despite high readings on inflation, the Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) closed at its worst level of the year, and the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC) and Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI) gave up most of their advances from earlier in the week. One of the biggest stock stories of the past several years has been Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA).
The stock market took it literally on Thursday with a massive rally following an inflation reading that everyone agreed was way too hot. The CPI rose 0.4% in September, up from 0.1% in August, and above estimates for 0.2%. Core consumer prices, which don’t include food and energy, rose 0.6%, above forecasts for 0.4%, and unchanged from August.
Investors seemingly can’t stop trying to pick a stock market bottom, no matter how bad the news—and it continues to backfire. Consider: This past Thursday, September’s consumer inflation report came in much hotter than expected, with the core CPI hitting a 40-year high. The initial response was exactly what you’d expect—the traded down as much as 2.4%—but then it started rallying…and rallying.
A look at the shareholders of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. ( NASDAQ:AMD ) can tell us which group is most powerful. The…
(Reuters) -The U.S. Treasury Department is asking primary dealers of U.S. Treasuries whether the government should buy back some of its bonds to improve liquidity in the $24 trillion market. Liquidity in the world's largest bond market has deteriorated this year partly because of rising volatility as the Federal Reserve rapidly raises interest rates to bring down inflation. The central bank, which had bought government bonds during the COVID-19 pandemic to stimulate the economy, is now also reducing the size of its balance sheet by letting its bonds reach maturity without buying more, a move which investors fear could exacerbate price swings.
The telecommunications company has invested billions in 5G technology, becoming one of only three companies providing the service in the U.S. Still, there is more to consider to determine if Verizon (NYSE: VZ) stock is a buy right now.
In this article, we will take a look at the 10 stocks to sell according to billionaire Dan Loeb. To skip our analysis of Dan Loeb’s profile, investment strategy, and 13F holdings, you can go directly to see the 5 Stocks to Sell According to Billionaire Dan Loeb. Daniel Seth Loeb is the CEO and […]
The economist warned in 2006 that the U.S. housing bust would cause a financial crisis. Now he has a new economic doomsday prediction, and it isn't pretty.


Leave a comment