On February 7th, Murat Pak, a well-known digital artist, will release an NFT collection in collaboration with Julian Assange. In fact, the NFT series will have two parts, a dynamic 1/1 and a dynamic open edition.
The artist confirmed the launch date via his official Twitter account.
Julian Assange NFT collection
Julian Assange is an Australian editor, publisher and founder of WikiLeaks.
Earlier, the US charged him with hacking government computers and espionage after he obtained and published hundreds of thousands of classified documents between 2010 and 2011.
However, Assange won the right to ask the Supreme Court to block his extradition to the US, allowing his lawyers 14 days to make their case.
His NFT collection’s release date was well-thought, as it falls on the same day as his court date.
Apart from this, WikiLeaks’ official Twitter account shared a photo commemorating a thousand days since Assange’s arrest. Consequently, the post received a large number of comments in support of Julian Assange’s release.
Given the popularity of Julian Assange and Murat Pak, this collection could be quite a successful one.
Who is Murat Pak?
To begin, Pak is a digital artist, graphic designer and programmer. Currently, the artist’s identity is unknown. Actually, some even speculate that Pak is representing a group of artists.
Notably, Pak’s work on NFT is widely famous and well-received. Moreover, his best-selling NFT, “Merge” generated $91.8 million in sales in December 2021. It also ranks first on the list of most expensive NFTs.