As promised, the hand-drawn, monochrome and stylish Sad Girls Bar NFTs are getting companions —Skeletongues. Take note that the drop on October 22 is exclusively for NFT holders because the sold-out project wants to thank its community.
The Sad Girls Bar smart contract was launched on August 23, 2021, and the final of the 10,000 NFTs were minted late September 26. As of press time, the total tradeable volume on OpenSea has reached 1200 ETH or almost $4.6 Million. The current Collectible landscape is basically a zoo with all the animal-themed NFT Collectibles. So it’s not surprising that the cool sad goth girls quickly stood out.
Meet the Sad Girl Bars Companion NFTs: Skeletongues
Based on sneak peeks, the team is making references to other projects they respect in the Skeletounges Collection, as it was in the main Collection.
The team asked for a little bit more time because they wanted to add traits to make the Collection even cooler and brighter. Basically, they had to double time in order to release the Companion NFTs in the middle of the Halloween Season. This is because the Skeletounges NFTs are meant to reward NFT holders so they can experience Halloween in the maximum buzz.
Some of the skeletons intersect with some Sad Girls Bar NFTs in terms of appearance. So you can pair the main NFTs with their new buddies but most of them are unique. The good news is the more SG NFTs you have, the more skeletons you can get. It’s not dependent on whether you’ve minted one or bought it on Opensea.
The team also unveiled an exciting utility for the main and companion NFTs alongside a 3rd NFT Collection. Those who will collect the Sad Girl NFTs, Skeletongues and upcoming Sad Cat NFTs will have an opportunity to create a SUPER-NFT — it will look like a poster-style bar story with all the heroes!
Roadmap and Future Plans
The mint price was 0.07. However, despite being a sold-out NFT Collection, it has only climbed to .08. Naturally, some of the NFT holders started worrying if the project could moon.
The project responded by reiterating that Sad Girls Bar is a long-term game with various benefits for the holders. Thus, they should not worry too much about fluctuations in the floor price because these are moves of flippers and bots panic sales manipulation to lower the price.
The team ended the statement with a challenge. “Holders who participate in our project for the purpose of long-term and profitable investments do not sell their NFTs.”
The team is hosting an AMA Conference with the artist behind the project, Glam Beckett, on October 21. So if you have any questions, suggestions or insights about the project, then you should definitely join the virtual conference.