Anthony Hopkins, Oscar winner, has immediate success with NFT collection

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Last Updated on October 15, 2022 by Bitfinsider

Sir Anthony Hopkins, winner of multiple Academy Awards, has released his first NFT collection, titled “The Eternal Collection,” and it has already sold out in less than 10 minutes.

The collection was made in collaboration with Orange Comet Inc, a design agency specializing in NFT and Web3, and it comprises 1,000 works of unique cinematic art inspired by various roles the actor has played over the course of his career.

It is said that the collection “conceptualizes an interpretation of the broad character archetypes Sir Anthony Hopkins has played over his famous film career, pulling its tremendous energy from his fascinating body of art” on OpenSea.

Titles like “The Jester,” “The Lover,” “The Ruler,” “The Rebel,” “The Giver,” and “The Eternal” do justice to the imaginative sights and animations. Each one reflects a different stereotypical role that the actor has performed in Hollywood.

According to the NFT and Orange Comet Inc, a Web3-focused design business, the collection sold out in the fastest record time ever.

Source: Twitter

In a tweet, the famous actor expressed his gratitude to the NFT community and said he still couldn’t believe the collection had sold out.

Source: Twitter

Each of the 990 one-of-a-kind NFT photos comes with a random utility, such as a chance to have a private conversation with Anthony Hopkins through Zoom or have a personalized NFT with a note from the actor airdropped directly into their wallets.

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