Reckless Labs promises to change the non-fungible space for the scarier with its latest drop. ‘Wicked Craniums’ NFTs are cartoon zombies that come with unique traits and designs. The collection includes 10,762 items, all of which have now sold out.
The fresh, or rather slowly decomposing non-fungible tokens became available on Sunday 20th June. Each Cranium sold for 0.06ETH, but the prices have increased exponentially since all assets were bought. Items from the collection are now going for far more than that on OpenSea.
Where the Wicked Craniums NFTs Are
According to ancient myth, or rather the back story from Reckless Labs, ‘Wicked Craniums’ NFTs live on an island called Osseous. Each represents the four values of their society, which are Adventure, Mischief, Boldness, and Camaraderie. Each has unique attributes from a list of 180 options, decided by an algorithm.
‘Wicked Craniums’ NFTs are about more than ownership, too. There is an entire community waiting for anyone who owns items in the collection. In addition to the artwork itself, each contains a ticket to a digital realm called The Cradle.
This interactive platform is aimed at social media fans who don’t already have enough profiles. Keep yours up to date with intros and biogs, image uploads, and messaging with other Craniums. And the people that own them, of course.
According to NFTPlazas, a series of members-only projects are also being worked on by Reckless Labs. These include a merchandise store, and something called the Chef Cranium. That’s an interactive augmented reality app and liquidity pool. Every ‘Wicked Craniums’ NFT sold comes with the right to ownership. That means buyers receive both usage and commercial rights to the token.
NFT collections continue to make headlines right now. Lot #8023 of the ‘Bored Ape Yacht Club‘ sold for $132,000, helping the one-month-old series reach a total value of $15.44million. Meanwhile, demand for Larva Labs ‘Crypto Punks’ remains huge, and we recently reported on the arrival of non-fungible Torah scrolls and NFT cereal toys.