Bored and Dangerous Book Burn Delayed After PFP Art Panned

Bored and Dangerous Book Burn Delayed After PFP Art Panned
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Jenkins the Valet announced that the project is postponing its Oct. 3 Bored and Dangerous NFT burn indefinitely after its PFP art was criticized on Twitter.

"We've decided to postpone the Bored & Dangerous burn due to feedback on the @Azurbala PFPs," the Jenkins the Valet account tweeted. "At @TallyLabsNFT, our goal has always been to do what's best for the community. We'll continue to do so. This is an opportunity to rethink our process and bring the community in earlier."

Holders of Bored and Dangerous NFTs were scheduled to be given the option of burning their book NFT (and paying 0.08 ETH) for an Azur Root NFT or staking the NFT to be part of the project's DAO.

The Azur Root was to be the mint pass for the Azurians PFP, which Tally Labs (the umbrella group behind Jenkins, Bored and Dangerous and Azurbala) announced it would "reimagine" Saturday after it was mocked on social media.

"We feel lucky to have received this avatar feedback prior to the mint. This is the beauty of Web3. The feedback is instant, honest, and sometimes brutal. We want everyone to feel proud of the avatars, and won't settle for less. We have a huge opportunity to turn this around," Jenkins the Valet tweeted.

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