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Let’s review the OpenSea: Dogg On It, Click, The Walking Dead, and other


It’s gotten a little scary traversing the huge expanse of OpenSea, the world’s biggest NFT marketplace, hasn’t it? Here is a sampling of various old, new, small, and large NFTs.

Dogg On It

Dogg On It, Snoop Dogg’s debut NFT album, was released via OpenSea. The collection contains 24 audiovisual NFTs, which comprise instrumentals, accapellas, full songs, and more.

Snoop Dogg’s first step as the new owner of Death Row Records, which he bought in early February, was to turn it into an NFT record label. Snoop seems to have already fulfilled that goal with the release of the Dogg On It NFT mixtape a few weeks later. The current floor for the collection is 0.034 ETH.


Click by Ivan Dianov is one of the most recent collections to be launched on the prestigious Art Blocks platform. This collection of 1,024 generative NFTs seems to be a pleasant return to childhood toys and ingenuity.

Dianov claims to have been inspired to create one-of-a-kind block sculptures by Dmitri Cherniak’s Ringers. Click was still minting utilizing the Art Blocks platform as of March 4, and the current OpenSea floor had reached 0.3 ETH.

The Walking Dead

At the start of March, AMC’s The Walking Dead was commemorated on the blockchain. This origin collection includes 4,997 zombie-themed access permits inspired by and created for the popular network show.

AMC created this collection in collaboration with crypto-artist Orange Comet as a way to offer NFT fans early access to all future Walking Dead releases. At the time, the collecting floor is at 0.329 ETH.



Dooggies is a pixel-art PFP project created by an unidentified 16-year-old programmer. The collection comprises 10,000 NFTs that were created at random and have a variety of properties.

Because it was launched immediately before the ever-popular Bored Ape Yacht Club, Dooggies is said to have historical significance. The collection has sparked the interest of many in the NFT community, despite the project’s relative silence until recently. The Dooggies floor is presently at 0.075.ETH after a month of vigorous activity.


3Landers is a new PFP effort created by 3LandBoy and Stubby, also known as 3LandBoy and Stubby. According to the project’s creators, the 10,000 NFTs in the collection are “made up of a unique combination of characteristics and underlying DNAs.”

3Landers is one of the most recent projects to sell out as part of the next generation of PFP projects set to start in 2022. The collection is defined as focusing on community, adventure, and collaboration, and it seems to be a new favorite among the NFT community. As a consequence of this, the 3Landers floor has now reached 1.59 ETH.

Scared Bbz

Sared Bbz, Frankie Fünke’s initiative, is a small-batch NFT attempt. The collection includes 99 hand-drawn, colorful NFT heads that are said to be the offspring of apprehensive energy and self-doubt.

The collection is the first by plutverse, a new NFT curator, and is aimed at “owning our large and little thoughts, embracing those pieces of ourselves we may not be particularly proud of or comfortable with.” The current floor for Scared Bbz is 0.06 ETH.

Killer GF

Killer GF is one of the most recent anime-inspired PFP ideas to emerge in 2022. Zeronis, a former Riot Games artist, created 7,762 generative NFTs for the collection.

The narrative revolves around Cerise, a “killing GF assassin” whose power to change her appearance into any disguise causes malfunctions and the destruction of planets. The uwucrew team assisted in the development of Killer GF, which has a floor of 0.34 ETH.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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