Exciting things are happening in the metaverse this year with the emergence of more promising token communities that have the potential to create long-term security for many investors, both old and new. Creators of non-fungible token (NFT) communities are becoming more and more creative in their utility offerings to attract more investors and elevate their experiences. Emerging NFT Lions Not Sheep is making its mark in the metaverse as it revealed that it will be hosting the Freeman World’s Fair in the middle of 2023 as part of its utility.
The event will be an in-person event and live-streamed in the metaverse. It is considered a huge event that has the potential to raise the bar in event promotions concerning all things freedom-based. In essence, this grand event will combine a music festival with a gun show, a boat show, a car show, and a motorcycle show and feature impressive speakers and high-value companies. To say that this event will be explosive is quite an understatement, as it intends to have a life-altering impact on attendees, stakeholders, and future generations at the same time.
Originally, Lions Not Sheep started out as a humble advocacy in 2014. Its founder Sean Whalen printed a single shirt that he would wear as a statement to remind people to stop blindly following the news and media channels. In just a matter of days, orders came flooding. People wanted to buy his statement shirt. Interestingly, Sean’s mother and children helped him print, package, and ship the orders. When the pandemic overtook the world in 2020, he moved his production from home to a warehouse with only six employees working relentlessly to meet the demand. That single move became a turning point in the business, and Lions Not Sheep started to become well-known.
It was just a matter of time until people started to approach Sean to coach and advise them on starting a business. Sean saw another opportunity to make an impact and decided to establish the Lion’s Den, his private coaching and networking group. Today, the group has more than 3,000 members with a monthly membership fee of $297. Over time, Sean was able to significantly help people who aspired to be entrepreneurs themselves. Their success stories are quite awe-inspiring.
It comes as no surprise then that Sean is now invading the metaverse. He co-founded the Lions Not Sheep NFT with Greg W Anderson, and the two have rolled up their sleeves and are ready to give their investors their money’s worth.
Greg W Anderson is also known as “the Architect” for restructuring several businesses building over 92 company’s systems or platforms. Joining Sean in this journey as CTO of Lions Not Sheep, they more than doubled the size of Lion’s Den through engineering better systems.
“Entering successfully into the market today is like entering the Internet game in the 90s. Those individuals and companies crafted the reality we live in today. Those that lead the NFT space today will help craft what our children and grandchildren are exposed to over the next 20-plus years. We refuse to leave our future up to chance, or even worse, allow the big tech to have the only voice,” the co-founders explained. “Finally, it’s because we believe that a free community can do something special in this world, and right now, it’s urgent, and we need to band together, more than ever,” they added.
Apart from his NFT project, Sean sold 800,000 copies of his book and generated more than a billion views in his videos. Additionally, he also maintains a GT American GT4 Class Auston Martin Supercar that he himself races. Without a doubt, Sean is living his life just how he wants it and with Greg on his side in his new venture, the two will be an unstoppable force within the metaverse.
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