Baby Shark is apparently going to be the second set of NFTs
Pinkfong, the band behind the most popular YouTube song, will release “Baby Shark: Collection No. 2” as their next NFT release. A one-of-a-kind work of generative art depicting the newborn shark and his shark family will be available for each of the 10,000 NFTs in the collection. The Bored Ape Yacht Club has a number of random features that can be used to compare generative NFTs with varied randomized attributes.
According to speculations, Brooklyn and his family will return for the second round of NFTs. The first was introduced in December of last year and promptly sold out, according to Pinkfong. Many people have already spent hundreds or even thousands of dollars on these NFTs, despite the fact that they were only made available for purchase in December of 2021. This occurred right before the NFT market began to crash, according to NonFungible’s market tracker. Bag holders for Baby Sharks are almost certainly available somewhere.
If Pinkfong’s goal is to get young people’s attention on the aforementioned topic, I doubt she’ll succeed. The idea of creating a “Baby Shark’s footprint and the universe in the metaverse” is primarily intended to appeal to parents and possible investors. To work, you must be familiar with and appreciate the characters from “Baby Shark,” as well as desire to be a member of the group. This does not appear to be the case for the vast majority of people, but I am willing to be proven wrong.
To mark the launching of its second batch of NFTs, Pinkfong will throw a “Baby Shark” party at NFT.NYC, which is not suited for children in any way. I’m looking forward to seeing how the “Baby Shark” NFTs connect at the event, which is touted as “a night of amazing entertainment, music, and networking.” Is it really required for me to make a circle around NFT? Is it possible to receive this information in New York City? Unfortunately, due to other commitments on that day, I will be unable to attend (and, as you may already know, not being invited for whatever reason). Any feedback on the event would be very appreciated, so do get in touch if you are able to attend.
I won’t judge grownups who join the “Baby Shark” NFT when it comes out later this year because I’ll be doing the same. There’s nothing wrong with me having an opinion on folks who buy NFTs; it would just make me feel better if I didn’t say anything.) The website of Pinkfong makes it clear that it is interested in “defining the early moments of infancy.” Please, parents, refrain from defining your children’s early years with speculative assets. Thank you very much for your kind words.