Freedom is important in the current world, and virtually everyone seeks to be free and be themselves. By upholding everything freedom-based through its non-fungible token (NFT) collection, the rising token community, Lions Not Sheep, is expanding its offerings through FJB NFT.
The FJB NFT project is all about openly promoting conversations on how Americans should stand for their beliefs. FJB NFT is considered a rare collector’s item by co-founders Sean Whalen and Greg W. Anderson, and by joining the Lions Not Sheep collection, collectors get to have a more robust presence in the metaverse.
FJB NFT is poised to shake things up within the metaverse, providing digital art collectors, investors, and NFT enthusiasts with a project they can be confident will bring some exciting developments to the metaverse. The project features some interesting depictions of the American Flag, the Declaration of Independence, and guns. With how hot these elements are in communal discourses, the creators of FJB NFT have made these additions rare collectibles to make them limited only to people in the metaverse. “I think this will appeal to a lot of people, and I think it’ll be obviously noteworthy enough conversation. On top of just the NFT conversation that ‘Hey there’s this group of guys, there are these people who tried this movement that you know, knows that there would probably be a lot of people who would buy the NFT, but they wouldn’t because of the FJB,’” Sean shared.
Lions Not Sheep NFT has been at the center of some controversial conversations, and Sean and Greg have decided to take the opportunity to introduce something edgier into the mix through the FJBs. Although they have anticipated that many NFT enthusiasts may not be very willing to buy into the project, they know that daring people who are not scared of taking a position will be a part of the project with passion. “What we’ve been doing is taking our existing avatar tribe, our people that already connect with us and move it to Web3 so that we can sync globally with people that think and feel like us,” Greg Anderson said.
Lions Not Sheep is a movement that has existed since 2014 with one printed shirt that Sean wore to encourage and inspire people to have their own minds rather than believing everything they see in the media. In an unexpected twist, the t-shirts became many people’s favorite, which Sean saw as an opportunity to promote his cause. With his family’s help, he started producing, packaging and shipping the shirts to people across the United States. He then grew the company successfully, expanding the production capacity with six full-time employees.
Choosing Greg Anderson as his partner to create the Lions Not Sheep NFT was a natural choice for Sean, with their similar ideals and connections that leveraged their advocacy to gain more awareness. With the FJBs looking promising, the two visionaries hope to achieve more notable feats in the NFT world and the metaverse.
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