Ozzy Osbourne’s CryptoBatz has finally released its long-awaited collaboration with CyberKongz. As from today, CryptoBatz can bite CyberKongz. If you match certain combinations of traits, you will create a unique hybrid.
It’s safe to say that NFT Twitter is thrilled with this collaboration. Users started tweeting their hybrids soon after the official tweet – and there are already some very interesting hybrids! This collaboration will unquestionably increase CryptoBatz’s value; especially since CyberKongz’s floor price is already 6.68 ETH.
CryptoBatz is a collection of 9,666 blockchain-dwelling bats. Its biggest appeal is that heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne creatively directed the collection.
CryptoBatz distinguishes itself from other collections because the CryptoBatz NFT is able to “bite” another NFT from another project. Together, they create a “MutantBat” that shares the characteristics of both tokens. But there’s a catch. Each CryptoBat can only “bite” once. This means NFT holders must keep an eye on upcoming collaborations before they decide which “MutantBat” suits them best.
The Ozzy Osbourne project has verified “MutantBat” collaborations with BAYC; Supducks; CryptoToadz; Alien Frens; and most recently, CyberKongz.
Created in March 2021, CyberKongz was initially a collection of 1000 randomly generated NFTs. Although there was no advertising campaign, the NFT community embraced the collection. The 34×34 pixel CyberKongz images became popular after NFT holders started using them as profile pictures, at a time when no one was talking about pfp projects.
Fast forward to 2022, and CyberKongz is one of the most popular NFT collections out there. Yesterday, CyberKongz announced its partnership with Chainlink to integrate the Chainlink Verifiable Random Function (VRF) on Polygon Mainnet for its upcoming game “Play & Kollect”.
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