– NFT studio Proof Collective, led by CEO Kevin Rose, is releasing a fourth season of Grails, a series of artistic NFTs.
– The artists’ identities will remain secret until after collectors have minted their works.
– Despite the recent decline in NFT trading and pricing, Proof aims to further the digital art renaissance.
– The experience of choosing art without knowing the creators puts both the art and artists on separate pedestals.
– Proof recently expanded its Moonbirds brand with the release of a 20,000-strong collection of NFTs called Mythics.
– The Grails collection is presented as fine art and has featured work from notable web3 artists.
– Sotheby’s auctioned Grails NFTs previously owned by failed crypto venture firm Three Arrows Capital.
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Proof Collective, the NFT studio behind Moonbirds, has announced the release of the fourth season of Grails, a series of artistic non-fungible tokens (NFTs). In an attempt to create intrigue, the names of the artists involved will remain a secret until after collectors have purchased the artworks. Despite the decline in trading and pricing for NFTs, Proof aims to further the digital art movement with this latest season of Grails. The company’s curator, Eli Scheinman, explained that by keeping the artist’s identity hidden until after purchase, the art and the artist are placed on separate pedestals. Backed by top crypto VC a16z, Proof recently expanded their Moonbirds brand with the release of a new collection of NFTs called Mythics. The minting process for the Mythics collection will take place over at least 200 days. Unlike other popular NFT collections, Grails presents itself as fine art and has featured work from well-known web3 artists. Sotheby’s auction house recently sold Grails NFTs that were previously owned by Three Arrows Capital, a failed crypto venture firm.
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