Antony Hopkins Released His NFT Collection

Welshman, actor and producer, Anthony Hopkins delivered his 1st NFT publication and sold it within the first 10 minutes, in spite of its high volatility in global markets and declining consumer interest in digital collectibles in general.

He announced that he was presented in the NFT Collection, the program was set in motion in partnership with NFT’s system bureau ‘Orange’. His showcases were sold out within minutes and completely inspired by his performances in many films. 

Markup art features

According to the collection’s description on the OpenSea website, the concept interprets the quintessential series of characters played by  Anthony Hopkins during his famed film work, transforming them from artwork that inspires them. All of this is simply overwhelmed by powerful energy.

The collection includes a series of iconic names, all created by a male character. It stands for a variety of archetypical made-up characters. Currently, the minimum collection price is 0.25 ETH and the mining price per NFT is 0.25 ETH ($325).

In particular, NFT owners have the opportunity to gain an individualized NFT of Hopkins, a signed volume of his biography, and a Zoom talk with him.  The first buyer of the NFT, Dave Broome, celebrated the actor’s success and really thanked him for all the admired films whose star he was.

Hopkins has long had a curiosity in web3 technologies and its NFTs, and lately added the ENS address to his Twitter account. He likewise appeared in the sci-fi movie ‘Zero Contact’ issued on the NFT service.

NFT market future

What makes The Eternal Collection’s success among other even more  amazing NFTs is that the work got off to a very successful start, especially in spite of the general poor situation in the NFT market. As previously reported, NFT trading volume is down almost 100% since its peak numbers that were reached in January of this year.

Currently, NFT volume is $17 billion. But in September, that amount fell by 97% to $466 million. The decline coincided with a wider market worsening and world collapse caused by instability, increasing inflation and the powerlessness of governmental regulations.

Nonetheless, the technology still has an optimistic future not only because of its value to overall fintech development but also because of its value to artists and their rights protection.

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