Crocs League NFT designed by one of world’s top richest NFT artists
Over 10,000 people have registered with the Crocs League site prior to it going live
The artist Doctor Troller (real name Andrew Brown) will launch a limited edition set of collectible non-fungible tokens (NFTs) called Crocs League during early October.
The set will include 4,444 unique animated cartoon crocodiles wearing different outfits.
Already over 10,000 people have registered with the Crocs League site which, when they go live, will be made available to buy at 0.07 ETH ($240).
Registrations have been boosted by a $50,000 (£36,670) give away to Croc League holders in the first month of the NFTs going live as well as a beta release of the Crocs Blockchain play-to-earn game which will be announced later this year. This will allow special access and extra bonuses to Crocs League holders.
An interactive element to Crocs League will also be launched in January 2022. It will offer users the ability challenge other Crocs to fight, and to breed Crocs to get hybrid new collectables.
Doctor Troller one of world’s top three richest NFT artists
Doctor Troller was named one of the world’s top three NFT artists, with his net worth valued at $272m (£200m) in 2021. The NFT artist first made headlines in April 2021 when he sold $27,283 (£20,000) worth of NFTs in 20 seconds after launching his digital artwork online.
The artist is based in Chelsea London and states his “surreal digital art pieces are designed to ignite controversy and spark debate”.
“This is going to open up the NFT collectables market to a younger generation”
Artist Brown said: “The collectables are beautiful and colourful caricatures of crocodiles that are fun to collect, but we also have a brand-new interactive game element where you will be able to fight and breed your Crocs against other owners. We believe this is going to open the NFT collectables market to a younger generation of gamers and fans of comics and graphic novels.
“So far the response has been really encouraging with thousands of sign-ups. It has far exceeded our expectations, so we are already working on a second set of collectables as it's clear the first will sell out in the first day,” Brown said.