- Proof Collective has announced a new collection of 10,000 works of digital art by 22 artists.
- Proof has announced that it will no longer be holding its annual Proof of Conference.
- The total value of the Moonbirds NFT collection is currently $6,152.
Only those with the coveted “Diamond Nest” status who have staked their NFTs have access to the unique “Moonbirds: Diamond Exhibition” collection.
A new collection of 10,000 works of digital art by 22 artists, including Beeple, Summer Wagner, and Terrell Jones, is being released by Proof, a non-fungible token (NFT) collective.
Exclusive to Moonbirds owners who have attained “Diamond Nest” status by staking their NFTs, the collection, dubbed “Moonbirds: Diamond Exhibition,” is available only to them. The two live events, Beeple’s LIVE Everyday celebration at NFT NYC this week and a physical gallery show of the collection’s artwork later this month, will take place simultaneously with the release.
The parent firm of the well-known Moonbirds non-fungible token collection, Proof Collective, has revealed a prepared strategy to introduce a new NFT collection. Along with Beeple, the NFT collection has collaborated with other well-known digital artists.
NFT Push Proof Collective
Proof Collective has recently used a variety of strategic tactics to expand the reach of their brand outside the Web3-native community. In order to bring on additional digital artists, the NFT project and United Talent Agency signed an agreement earlier this year.
The company also debuted its Grails III collection in January, which featured works by well-known digital artists like generative artists Matt Kane, All Seeing Seneca, the artist who contributed to the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection of NFT, and Josie Bellini, the founder of the NFT collection Cyber Brokers.
The word of the approaching NFT collection has, however, caused the Moonbirds’ NFT collection to spike 2.8% in the last day. The total value of the Moonbirds NFT collection is currently $6,152. It is worth $62 million on the market.
Proof Wants To Grow Brand
With a new agreement with United Talent Agency, Proof hopes to grow its brand outside the Web3-native community. The company just debuted its Grails III collection, which included pieces by notable digital artists like Matt Kane, All Seeing Seneca, and Josie Bellini. Both of these painters are well-known in the NFT community; Seneca contributed to the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection, and Bellini founded the Cyber Brokers NFT collection.
Like many other bitcoin businesses, Proof has been harmed by the current bear market. The business announced in February that it will no longer be holding its annual Proof of Conference. Concerns over sales data, sponsors, and community comments were among the reasons given for this move.
The company was recently proven to have contributed to Silicon Valley Bank’s demise, which was infamous for its support of cryptocurrencies. The business informed investors that some of its money had been deposited in a bank, but it promised them that its financial and operational stability would not deteriorate.