Delayed Anthony Hopkins NFT Mint Sells Out Quickly

Delayed Anthony Hopkins NFT Mint Sells Out Quickly
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Update, 4:15 p.m. ET: The drop sold out in seven minutes, according to art partner Orange Comet.

Allowlist members are unable to mint actor Anthony Hopkins' NFT collection, according to a tweet from OpenSea, which is hosting the drop on its new minting platform SeaDrop.

"We are aware of an issue impacting users who are attempting to mint @AnthonyHopkins #TheEternalCollection," OpenSea said. "We have seen huge demand for this drop and know that users on the allowlist are currently unable to mint. We are investigating and will share an update as soon as we can."

The Eternal Collection is the 84-year-old actor's first NFT collection and it features 11 artistic interpretations of characters inspired by Hopkins' different roles. The price of each NFT is 0.25 ETH and there are 1,000 in the collection.

The public sale was supposed to take place at 6 p.m. ET but it is not known if that will be rescheduled due to the issues with the allowlist mint.

OpenSea launched the SeaDrop platform back in September to users minting a collaboration between omgkirby and Channel Tres. 


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