The NFT project, Sneaky Vampire Syndicate now have billboards in Times Square. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen something similar from them. They said on Twitter: “First we took the Netherlands”. This was in reference to their previous billboard advertising campaign that took place in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague.
About NFTs on Billboards
Sneaky Vampire Syndicates aren’t the first time we’ve seen billboards of NFTs in major cities. We’ve seen Cryptopunks on billboards all over the US, some from owners of specific punks. Most notably, we saw several Cryptopunks and Bored Ape Yacht Club billboards in Miami.
These New York billboards are a part of the same campaign that happened in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague. Now, by all means, they’ve stepped up and placed advertisements in prime real estate in Manhattan, New York. One of the biggest and most famous cities in the world.
Not to mention, The Sneaky Vampire Syndicate billboards will stay up for 4 weeks. This means they will therefore be exposed to hundreds of thousands, maybe even millions of people. This kind of exposure could be great for the project, although there’s a small conversion rate with billboard advertising based on the hustle and bustle that’s clear in the Big Apple.
About Sneaky Vampire Syndicate
Sneaky Vampire Syndicate is “a collection of 8,888 unique Sneaky Vampires living eternally on the blockchain”. The current floor price of the project is 1.5 ETH on Opensea. All Vampire holders gain access to join their kin in the MetaVerse while having access to their very own exclusive video game. Notably, the project was started by a Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) artist.
Accordingly, The Syndicate is known for its community, eager to adopt their Sneaky Bats, play the SVS video game, enter The Lair (MetaVerse), and meet female vampires (Gen 2).