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Ozzy osbourne announces CryptoBatz NFT collection

Ozzy osbourne announces CryptoBatz NFT collection

Ozzy Osbourne has announced the launch of his ‘CryptoBatz’ NFT collection, tweeting on Tuesday that he had created 9,666 NFTs that have a unique feature which enables collectors to mutate with another NFT from their wallet.

In typical rock and roller fashion, rock legend Ozzy Osbourne announced the future launch of his NFT collection with an expletive laden Twitter post, stating that the NFT project was “designed by yours truly…”. A collaboration between Ozzy Osborne and NFT studio Sutter Systems, the collection is the first foray into NFTs by the infamous rock star. Rolling Stone covered the initial launch, quoting Osbourne’s on his novel NFT collection:

“I’ve been trying to get in on the NFT action for a while so when I asked Sharon for a Bored Ape for Christmas after several failed attempts of buying my own, she said no, so I decided to create my own. CryptoBatz is a f*****g  mental project for NFT collectors and fans. The design pays tribute to one of my most iconic on-stage moments and is a chance to acquire a rare piece of art history. I love it!”

The stage moment Ozzy Osbourne references with the title of his NFT project is the 1983 concert in Des Moines when the rocker bit the head of a bat and made rock history thereafter. 

Part of the novelty of Osbourne’s CryptoBatz collection is a feature that enables collectors to activate  ‘MutantBatz’ which can ‘bite’ and mutate with another NFT from their wallet including Bored Ape Yacht Club, SupDucks, Cryptotoadz. 

As well as launching NFTs, Ozzy also teased a treasure hunt known as AncientBatz which will provide CryptoBatz holders with a treasure hunt game that will reward hunters of AncientBatz with the power to breed 100 MutantBatz.

The launch of CryptoBatz will be unveiled mid January, however members of the CryptoBatz Discord channel will be able to get on the pre-sale whitelist and get ahead of the game.

Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.

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