On February 7, renowned digital artist, Murat Pak, will reveal an NFT series in cooperation with Julian Assange. Actually, the NFT collection consists of two parts, a dynamic 1/1 and a dynamic open version.
The artist confirmed the release date through his official Twitter account.
Julian Assange is the editor, publisher, and founder of Australian WikiLeaks.
The United States has previously accused him of hacking into government computers and spying because he gained and released hundreds of thousands of classified documents from 2010 to 2011.
Nevertheless, Assange won the right to ask the Supreme Court to block his extradition to the United States, giving his lawyers two weeks to file their case.
The release date of his NFT series was well- thought- out, because it is the same day of his trial.
In addition, the official WikiLeaks Twitter account shared a picture on the occasion of Assange’s 1,000 days in detention. As a result, the post received many comments supporting Julian Assange’s announce.
For who doesn’t know, Pak is a digital artist, graphic designer and programmer. Presently, the identity of this artist is unrevealed. In fact, some also guess that Pak represents a group of artists.
Mainly, Pak’s work on NFT is highly well-known and welcomed. In addition, his best-selling NFT, “Merge” sold for $91.8 million in December 2021. It ranks on the of the list of most expensive NFTs as well.