Proof, an NFT collective, has recently raised $50 in a series A funding round. Companies like Collab, Currency and Ventures participated in the round led by the investment giant Andreessen Horowitz.
According to CEO of Proof, Kevin Rose, the company is grateful for the investors supporting and believing in them. He also assured that Proof is looking forward to providing great services and products in the future.
Along with the funding, Proof announced the third release of the Moonbirds NFT collection, making it the latest product announcement that was made with the investment round.
The third release of Moonbirds NFT collection will have 20,000 unique NFT profile pictures – the collection is all set to release in early 2023. Additionally, the NFT collective company announced that the IP and licensing will now be taken care of by a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) called Moonbirds DAO.
Furthermore, Proof is looking for other ways of expansion, and they are serious about growing their ecosystem. For that, they will launch their native token and a social media platform where they can interact with their fanbase and connect with them effectively.
Taking into account the success of previous Moonbirds NFT collections this year, the company is expecting some promising numbers. “When we do something, it should be uniquely our own, with real utility, something that will push what’s possible in new and exciting directions,” says Rose.
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