- Anthony Hopkins’ NFT collection, The Eternal, is now available on OpenSea.
- One randomly picked owner will get a lifetime opportunity of a one-on-one Zoom call with Hopkins.
- The non-fungible tokens will set buyers back 0.25 ETH.
A few days back, Today NFT News reported that Anthony Hopkins’ NFTs “The Eternal Collection’’ will mint on October 13. The collection includes randomly chosen owners Zoom meetings with the popular actor.
Known for his noteworthy role in the movie ‘Silence of the Lambs,’ his collection, The Eternal, has been featured on OpenSea’s homepage.
The 1,000 NFTs commemorate Hopkins’s several archetypal explanations of The Eternal: The Jester, The Hero, The Magician, The Explorer, The Lover, The Sage, The Creator, The Rebel, The Giver and The Ruler.
The collection includes some very amazing utility for those who are selected. Those who own ten rare signature animation non-fungible tokens will get on a Zoom call with Hopkins along with an autographed Dreamscapes Art Book that has hundreds of colored images of drawings and paintings created by the actor himself.
Five randomly chosen owners who hold one out of the remaining 990 rare unique images will get an opportunity for a group Zoom call with Hopkins.
One owner will get the top price of a one-on-one Zoom call opportunity with Hopkins. Their conversation will be recorded as well as posted on the actor’s social media.
Meanwhile, an issue affected users who were trying to mint the NFT collection. The drop had a massive demand, which is the reason users faced the problem.
We are aware of an issue impacting users who are attempting to mint @AnthonyHopkins #TheEternalCollection. We have seen huge demand for this drop and know that users on the allowlist are currently unable to mint.— OpenSea (@opensea) October 13, 2022
We are investigating and will share an update as soon as we can.
Soon after, OpenSea announced that the problem has been fixed and users can mint the NFTs.
The previous mint issue for the @AnthonyHopkins #TheEternalCollection drop has been resolved. Users on the allowlist can now proceed with minting and we will extend the allowlist until 6PM EST. Thank you for your patience!— OpenSea (@opensea) October 13, 2022
Hopkins belongs to the league of celebrities who own their personal NFT projects. Previously, Paris Hilton partnered with The Sandbox to release NFTs and organize virtual parties. Snoop Dogg too shared his plans of turning Death Row Records into an NFT-based label.