Get ready for Samurai Pop Art to enter the metaverse courtesy of Bushidos NFT and The Sandbox. Overall theThe NFT project will look to expand its growing web3 brand through the partnership with the major metaverse platform.
All about the Bushidos NFT x The Sandbox drop
For those who are unfamiliar with the project, Bushidos is an NFT project that takes inspiration from samurai pop art. Bushidos NFT was founded by Jeremy Booth. The project launched back in October, and the collection of 8,888 samurai warriors sold out in under 5 hours. Since then, the project has gone on to mint out other collections, most recently its “Ronin” collection.
In fact, the project is looking to build up to become a renowned entertainment brand. As a result, this partnership between Bushidos and The Sandbox will help to expand its reach significantly. Hopeful buyers will be able to buy the voxel avatars in The Sandbox Marketplace on July 26th at 3pm UTC.
All in all there will be 30 Bushidos x The Sandbox NFTs for sale. These include some special items, weapons, and wearable armor. Another key point is that the collection will feature assets directly inspired by their NFT art; Bushidos, Sashimono, Daitos, and Ronin.
Booth said the following about the Bushidos collaboration in The Sandbox’s official release:
“Scaling projects for multiple entertainment mediums is the future of the NFT space. We want to be one of the first to lead the way. That being said, we are thrilled to partner with The Sandbox. They lead in providing innovative metaverse experiences.”
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