Mutant Parrot Society, a London-based NFT platform created to combat corporate corruption of the global money supply that has dominated the lives of people has announced the launch of a unique collection of 10,000 NFTs.
The Mutant Parrot Society is a team of millennials and GenZ who have come together with the mutual aim of playing an essential part in the crypto evolution. The launch will see the Mutant Parrots available for adoption on the Ethereum network.
According to the members of the Mutant Parrot Society, the NFT launch was aimed at bringing their characters to life. As such, the 10,000 NFTs have been designed each with individual and unique properties. These NFTs will feature over 350 unique traits categorized into ten attributes.
Speaking on the aim behind the new development, the co-founder of Mutant Parrot Society, Essa Coles said;
“We seek to inspire people to embrace all differences and work together to make our planet an inclusive home for us all. Everyone is unique, and we wish to embrace this.”
Troy Quraishi, the Founder of Mutant Parrot Society also made further elaborations on the reason the team has decided to choose Ethereum for its debut. Quraishi’s statement reads;
“I can understand that may feel odd to some people as greener options are available. Being relatively early investors of ETH, we believe in the project and the Proof of Sake transition; we also see the Crypto industry as an excellent opportunity to kickstart the green energy demand by the entire planet”.
People who join the Mutant Parrot Society will be able to enjoy a 2% royalty the platform has promised to give to the community, with holders gaining access to their upcoming metaverse jungle & P2E game.
According to the team, the launch is scheduled to happen at the end of May, as such they want people to discover their unique Mutant Parrots. “We hope that MPS NFTs can open a discussion and inspire people to realize how beautiful, weird, and wonderful our world truly is, and that it’s a gift that should be cherished,” said founder Quraishi.
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