Jordi Mollá’s NFT Drop ‘Masks’ Is Sold Out After High Demand
Actor, artist and NFT entrepreneur Jordi Mollá’s genesis NFT collection ‘Masks’ is officially sold out after launching on January 16 in collaboration with Paul Fisher Gallery and Rainic coin. The 6,700 generative masks were struck in just 18 minutes with trading volume currently standing at 509 ETH and 2,200 holders. Interested collectors can browse the collection and purchase the NFTs at open sea.
After the sale, Jordi Molla hinted at exciting news for mask holders to be released soon within the MASKS 2.0 ROADMAP, including plans to bring value to genesis holders of Mollá’s physical art. In addition to the public drop, Krews ‘Members Only’ pass holders were able to claim a free coin from the collection – just one of the many benefits available to pass holders. Currently only 50/500 ‘Members Only’ passes are unlocked, but Krew plans to open a few more in the coming weeks.
As the Masks project continues to unfold, so do Krews collaboration with Paul Fisher Gallery. As Paul brings his expertise and marketing efforts into the traditional art world, Krew continues to test utilities in the Metaverse.
This was the first NFT release from Krew founders Rambino and Emily Rose Fiander, and while the next phase of the Masks project is currently underway, they are already preparing for upcoming projects to be revealed soon.