Under the Sneaky Vampire Syndicate (SVS) project, former Bored Ape Yacht Club artist Mig has released an all-female vampire NFT collection. In creating the new collection, Mig hopes to promote female inclusion and representation in the NFT community.
As of now, Mig’s first collection of 8,888 male vampires has generated over 21,600 ETH in trading volume on OpenSea.
This first set of collectibles was launched in September 2021, and after a successful deployment, the Sneaky Vampiresses came up to the light, according to the team behind the project.
“The Genesis SVS NFTs were a huge success, and we’ve not let our foot off the gas. From the very beginning, we built this around nurturing our community and creating the best possible environment. We believe the release of the Vampiresses will continue the growth of our ecosystem in the right direction,” Thomas Kekker, the Project Lead at SVS, commented on the announcement.
Empowering Women Artists in the NFT Sphere
For new and seasoned collectors alike, SVS is often seen as a safe and easy-to-understand project. In this sense, the new “Vampiress Syndicate” collection will appeal to both women and to those who are new to the NFT art world.
SVS has commissioned eight female artists to create eight Sneaky Vampiress NFTs to be featured in the collection. The project noted that women artists within the space would be able to gain the recognition they deserve.
The pre-sale spots for the Sneaky Vampires have been assigned to 8,888 of the 12,345 Sneaky Vampires.
The rest of the slots are reserved for large, female-led communities and the public mint. Coin minting is set to begin at 4 pm ET on February 22nd.
Robin Williams’ NFTs
In other NFT-related news, Zak Williams, the son of the late actor Robin Williams, and artist Jesus Martinez collaborated and minted the NFTs on Martinez’s SuperRare profile.
The sale proceeds will go to Bring Change to Mind (BC2M), co-founded by actress Glenn Close. The charity’s mission is “To end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness.”