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“American Heroes” – A New NFT Collection On OpenSea.

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Dec 15, 2021

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A 62 piece NFT collection “American Heroes” is now available for buyers on the OpenSea Marketplace.

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The tokens depict some of the most prominent figures in American history that have put their lives at stake to end injustice and alleviate suffering.

The collectible delivers 3D character models of real-life heroes that played a significant historic role in both the American and global fight for human rights and equality. Each NFT is available at a price of 20ETH. 

Some of the notable heroes of the series are Dr. Martin Luther King, Eleanor Roosevelt, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Tonsler, Ralph Bunche, Helen Keller, Ruby Bridges, Rosa Parks, Nikola Tesla, Abraham Lincoln, and many others.

“The NFT collection was inspired by some of the bravest people in the annals of American history”, say the creators. “ It’s a counteract to modern day’s culture and its idolization of fictional superheroes, whist real-life historical icons are barely acknowledged.”

“American Heroes” is presented by the creatives of “Gagarin Show” – the world’s first educational and entertainment YouTube show about cryptocurrencies.

The mission of the show is to familiarize the general public with blockchain technology and the industry of cryptocurrencies.

In just over a year, the channel garnered more than 12 million views and released 68 episodes, 

Website: https://america-heroes.com/

OpenSea Marketplace: https://opensea.io/collection/america-heroes

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amheroesnft/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/amheroesnft

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