Bestselling author and master storyteller, Tim Ferris, has stunned the NFT world with his amazing new NFT drop. Consequently, seeing the “The Legend of Cockpunch” collection dominate NFT trading charts in the immediate aftermath of its launch.
In the anthropomorphic world of farmyard fowl, a new breed of hero has emerged to take center stage. Taking the form of 5,555 rooster themed NFTs to enter a world of ‘Emergent Long Fiction’ (ELF) storytelling. Basically, a kind of event determined narrative that evolves as the tale progresses.
The collection caused reverberations throughout the NFT space, first with a sell out primary sale, then causing a trading frenzy on the secondary market. As of writing, trading value on Opensea sits at a whopping 3154 ETH ($3.8 million) with a healthy floor price of 1.3 ETH ($1600).
I’m so humbled and amazed by the turnout for the @cockpunch mint that I’m at a lack for words (doesn’t happen often). Huge thanks to everyone who participated, as well as the entire team who helped make it happen! More to come soon, but suffice to say… (cont.) 👇
— Tim Ferriss (@tferriss) December 7, 2022
What’s more, the honorable Mr. Ferris has pledged 100% of primary sales revenue to his own personal Saisei Foundation. A not-for-profit charitable organization engaging in the worthy task of psychedelic research. Essentially, looking at the possible therapeutic applications of mind-altering drugs for a wide range of ailments.
The Legend of Cockpunch currently sits in an unrevealed status, with designs, traits and weapons all awaiting a grand unveiling set to occur over the coming days.
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