How does 44 Labs work?
The idea of 44 Labs started in the fall of 2022. The idea was to create a development company that would offer quality services to other projects and web3 brands. With a great team of people we are able to join art, creativity, business and great development talent together to offer professionalism and quality to clients and partners.
We know that with our team we will be able to offer something extraordinary to the space and be a part of a maturing community of developers, investors and enthusiasts. With both the 44 Labs and our two collections MIDH (Mous In Da Hous) and ID (Interdimensional Mous) we will have a great platform for our services as well as enjoying having the great community supporting us in what we do.
We don't think there is a limit to what we can do and we will not have a dedicated roadmap for the future. We will always aim to innovate and fill in the gaps that we think are in the web3 space.
As previously stated our aim is to join art, creativity, business and great development talent together to offer professionalism and quality to clients and partners as well as being a company and project that other projects and members of the space can look up to.
Providing the best services to our clients and partners.
The ability for innovation is what excites us most about this space and that is what we aim to do.
44 Labs will have two different revenue streams:
Providing quality development of services. We have multiple services we will offer for sale, such as staking, auction/raffle sites, art-upgrade sites, custom development, airdropping services and a lot more.
We develop our own products that we offer out as partnership products meaning that projects only need to pay a low set-up fee for a custom utility such as the Dealer (lootbox gaming-platforms) and we earn only from the tx fees of those utilities.
All the profit 44 Labs makes is distributed to the community and holders of generation 1/2. The split is 60/40, where the community gets 60% of all profits, meanwhile the project itself takes only 40% of the profits.