Fri, 22 Apr 2022 10:11:25 +0000
Generative corpse-themed collection, Deadfellaz, has signed an exclusive deal with the United Talent Agency (UTA), resulting in a door opening into a world of opportunity for collaborations and sponsorship deals.
Through this intriguing partnership, UTA will represent the entire range of Deadfellaz NFTs, providing it with an expert voice as it looks to expand beyond the boundaries of the metaverse. As a result, UTC will spearhead a range of brand partnerships, merchandise, gaming opportunities and live events involving the collection.
As a consequence of the collaboration, the profile of the generative zombies will likely skyrocket and provide holders of the collection with a potential windfall of extra revenue. Perhaps, the entire Deadfellaz community is about to go on a non-fungible expedition to previously uncharted waters.
— Deadfellaz (@Deadfellaz) April 19, 2022
“It is an honor and a pleasure to work with the team at UTA, who understand both the web3 space and our vision for Deadfellaz deeply,” “This relationship combined with our boundary pushing innovation paints a very exciting picture for the future of The Horde,” stated Betty, Deadfellaz Co-founder.
Deadfellaz first arrived on the scene last August and has since maintained a strong presence in NFT circles. As a result, famed celebrities, Lionel Richie, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Aoki all rank among its notable collectors. Each of which has helped guide the Deadfellaz to an impressive trading volume of $81 million, and a floor price of 2 ETH ($6k).
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