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Sneaky Vampire Syndicate Launches Sneaky Vampiress NFT Collection For Future Breeding Purposes

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Feb 22, 2022

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The evolution of NFT collections marks an important milestone for the broader industry. Sneaky Vampires Syndicate *SVS) has received a second collection courtesy of former Bored Ape Yacht Club artist Mig. Female vampires, dubbed Sneaky Vampiresses, will join their male brethren in SVS Metaverse.

Female Vampires Enter The Lair

The Sneaky Vampires Syndicate NFT collection has proven incredibly successful since its launch. Thanks to a substantial trading volume of over 21,700 ETH and a price floor of 1.14 ETH, SVS continues to attract much attention. Additionally, the team opted to go one step further by introducing a second collection under the same banner.

The first collection consists of 8.888 male vampires. They will be joined by 12,345 female vampires, drawn by former BAYC artist Mig, who also created the art for the first collection. Adding Sneaky Vampiresses to the existing popular project makes sense, considering SVS has always been a Metaverse-oriented NFT project. Moreover, it allows the SVS team to spotlight non-fungible tokens differently.

Introducing a female version of the collection allows the team to promote female inclusion and representation in the NFT industry. Additionally, the Sneaky Vampiresses can help attract more female NFT collectors. To date, SVS has proven to be one of the more approachable collections knowledge-wise, as it has no unnecessary bells and whistles. 

Furthermore, Sneaky Vampires Syndicate collaborates with eight female artists to create unique 1-of-1 Sneaky Vampiress NFTs. These eight NFTs will be featured in the collection and spotlight underappreciated female artists trying to solidify their position in the NFT space.

Expanding The SVS Metaverse

Adding Sneaky Vampiresses also serves a purpose for the upcoming “Blood Pacẗ” breeding mechanism. Sneaky Vampire Syndicate holders who acquire a Sneaky Vampiress can breed new vampires in the future. Doing so requires the $BLOOD token, which can be earned – at a rate of 3 $BLOOD per day per NFT – by staking SVS non-fungible tokens. Additionally, the $BLOOD token provides up to 50% discount on Sneaky Vampiress NFTs. 

SVS Project Lead Thomas Kekker adds:

The Genesis SVS NFTs were a huge success, and we’ve not let our foot off the gas. From the very beginning, we built this around nurturing our community and creating the best possible environment. We believe the release of the Vampiresses will continue the growth of our ecosystem in the right direction.

Sneaky Vampire Syndicate holders will automatically gain a Sneaky Vampiress pre-sale spot. The remaining 3,457 spots are allocated to large and female-led communities and public minting. The Sneaky Vampiress whitelist pre-sale kicks off on February 21, 3 pm EST, until February 22, 3 pm EST. Public minting will begin on February 22, 4 pm ET, until February 28 when all minted female vampires will be unveiled. 

Taking part in this sale will grant users access to Gen 2 minting. Additionally, anyone who does not own a Gen 1 vampire yet can still do so before the whitelist pre-sale begins to access that allocated slot. That also includes staking the SVS NFT to earn $BLOOD tokens and access a Sneaky Vampiress minting discount. Moreover, owning a male and female vampire can prove beneficial for when the SVSMetaverse comes to fruition. 

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Sara K

Sara is steadily working on cryptocurrency evaluations, news, and fluctuations in digital currency prices. She is guest author associated with many cryptocurrencies admin and contributes as an active guide to readers about recent updates on virtual currencies.

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