While non-fungible tokens have been existing for years now, it was only during the first quarter of 2021 that they hit the mainstream. Following their astronomic rise, countless artists, celebrities, and ventures have launched their signature NFT collections not only as a way to make money through the digitization of goods but also to promote creative expression. Crypto Assassins is among the upcoming drops that the community is looking forward to. Although it will face tough competition because of the current saturation of the NFT space, it is expected to stand out and capture the interest of thousands of enthusiasts for its commitment to making the NFT journey easier for both beginners and experts.
Bound to make waves on December 1, Crypto Assassins is a specially curated collection of 8,888 assassins deep into The Brotherhood — a collective of digital nomads and equity-achieving individuals united and bound to create opportunity for each other. For generations, they have lurked in the shadows, making moves and secretly changing the course of history. Yet, while these stealthy figures have changed in garb and presence as the decades passed by, their core identity and The Creed of an assassin is still as ironclad as ever.
With over 375 attributes and six million possible combinations, the Crypto Assassins, all of whom are divided into five factors distinguished from each other through a set of defining characteristics, are the result of months of hard work. At its core, the collection hopes to serve as the stepping stone for the establishment of a community whose members will have each other’s backs and go all-out in supporting everyone in navigating the waters of the NFT space.
For future token holders, initiation to The Brotherhood will equate not only to a host of perks, including exclusive access to Veteran and Master Assassin calls on projects, but also to membership to a group of like-minded go-getters who are bound together by a creed. “When one of us eats, we all eat — and if a turn in the road leads to loss, we take death before dishonor. Pump and dumps are for chumps, and this brotherhood is built on bills, not shills. So when there’s a project, you know it’s not about compromise — it’s about enterprise and the kind of opportunity that will change the world, just as assassins have done for generations,” explained the passion-fueled leaders behind the conception of Crypto Assassins.
Currently, the Solana-based collection is on the first chapter of a roadmap that includes plans of holding giveaways, verifying Assassin holdings with Grape Protocol, granting memberships into The Brotherhood, shipping out physical copies of the tokens, and launching an exclusive merch store. By the end of it all, it intends to secure a spot at the forefront of the industry and remain in the limelight for years to come. “We see Crypto Assassins as being one of the top NFT projects that will last through all the hype, not just because of the artwork but because of the utility we are incorporating,” added the creators of the December 1 drop.