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Foot Fetish NFT collection Feetpix records price surge


The NFT collection Feetpix (or Feetpix. wtf) comprised of 10,000 very simple pictures of Quentin Tarantino’s favorite body part, has taken the cryptocurrency world by storm. On Tuesday, it passed Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) and other well-known NFT collections to become the fifth most-traded collection on the NFT marketplace OpenSea.

Since its launch three days ago, the project has traded 640 ETH, which is about $855,000, most of that amount happening in the last 24 hours. At first, you could get Feetpix for free. Since then, the floor price of the collection has risen to 0.135 ETH, which is about $180. So far, there have been close to 16,000 transactions in the collection.

This morning, Feetpix said on Twitter, “0 roadmaps, 0 promises, 0 marketing, 0 paid influencers.1 common love of feet.”

The collection is exactly what its OpenSea description says it is: a chance to “satisfy your deepest and darkest fantasies.” The simple website for Feetpix, which doesn’t give shoppers many answers to their questions, is set to a dance tune of repeated moans.

The rarity of feetpix is affected by things like socks, cigarettes, and underwear, differences in nail polish color, and skin tone colors like white, tanned, brown, dark brown, and “normal,” which looks like a variation of white.

When Feetpix started climbing the NFT leaderboards on Tuesday, Crypto Twitter couldn’t take its eyes off of it. Maybe these feet were more than just lumpy sock containers. Maybe they were beautiful, shaped, and electric. This could be a sign that the NFT bear market is coming to an end.

In 2022, there were $25 billion worth of trades on the NFT market, but in May of that year, when crypto’s latest winter began, the market dropped by a lot. Sales had dropped by 88% by the end of 2022.

Many people thought Feetpix was silly and had no real use. This reminded them of an earlier time in NFTs when collections that didn’t seem to have any use often went for crazy prices.

It’s not clear if the excitement and titillation caused by these 10,000 pairs of feet will be enough to bring back the NFT market, which has been falling. The unknown people who made Feetpix made fun of their own project’s unexpected success by telling Feetpix users to stop showing obvious signs of sexual deviancy.

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