FrankyNines, the founder of MegaVolt Corp, the home of SupDucks has airdropped 10k pixel art NFTs called ‘Crypto SupDucks’. All he said on Twitter explaining why they were given out was ‘Merry Christmas’.
The Free Crypto SupDucks from FrankyNines
FrankyNines told his 20,000 Twitter followers that he “just airdropped 10k pixel Crypto SupDucks to all the SupDuck holders… Merry Christmas!”
Everyone on Twitter who received one, and didn’t sell too early, was extremely happy with their new Crypto SupDucks. However, those who had just sold were annoyed, to say the least. One Twitter user: @NH3Crypto said: “Lmao I held for over a year. This project is ridiculous. Artists =/= smart business people, unfortunately.”
Within the screenshot shared by FrankyNines, a user noticed a Phantom wallet on the browser shown. Franky’s response was “After releasing ScumBags, we realized there’s multiple people that have Bot Monitoring on our dev wallets. So we’re breaking everything up to make their bot attack manips harder. Want clean owners, no scammers.”
Currently, the floor price of the project only sits at 0.03 ETH, compared to the bigger 0.19 ETH price of their original collection. The original collection’s price is a lot lower than the all-time average price of 1.17 ETH. This drop in price can only be thought to be due to the recent crypto and NFT bear market, and not what FrankyNines is doing for the collection, which is applaudable.
About SupDucks and their Founder
SupDucks is an NFT project classed as an ‘OG’ in the space. They depict cartoon ducks with many different features. Previously, at the offset of 2022, GaryVee mentioned SupDucks as a collection to get in on, due to their lower price rate, but top-tier status.
The company behind SupDucks is MegaVoltCorp. It was founded by FrankyNines who has become a big name in the NFT space due to his work with SupDucks. He entered the Crypto space in 2017, working in product design and direction with companies like Dapper Labs and NFT42. Previously, the California-based artist has been working as an artist and developer since 2006. He also established his own iOS app development company, whose apps received millions of downloads, and started a VC-backed company in LA.