To access the “Moonbirds: Diamond Exhibition” collection, one must be a holder who has staked their NFTs and reached “Diamond Nest” status.
Proof, a collective for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), is launching a new digital art collection titled “Moonbirds: Diamond Exhibition” which features the works of 22 artists such as Beeple, Summer Wagner, and Terrell Jones. The collection comprises 10,000 pieces of digital art and will only be available to Moonbirds holders who have reached “Diamond Nest” status by staking their NFTs. The collection is scheduled to be released on April 27th and will coincide with two live events: Beeple’s “LIVE Everyday” party at NFT NYC this week and a physical gallery showing of the artwork later this month.
.@beeple has posted original artwork every day for over 16 years. He made art history when his piece ‘Everydays: The First 5000 Days’ sold for $69 million at a @ChristiesInc auction in 2021.— Moonbirds (🦉, 🎨) (@moonbirds) April 7, 2023
A LIVE drawing of his Diamond Exhibition piece will be created at Beeple x PROOF NYC! pic.twitter.com/XTIEMhYMZg
In January of this year, Proof entered into an agreement with the United Talent Agency to expand its brand beyond its Web3 community. Later that month, it released the Grails III collection, featuring works from digital creators such as Matt Kane, All Seeing Seneca, and Cyber Brokers’ founder Josie Bellini. Despite its efforts, Proof has been affected by the crypto bear market. In February, the company announced the cancellation of its annual Proof of Conference event due to issues with sales data, sponsors, and community feedback.
Recently, Proof has also been impacted by the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, which is crypto-friendly. The company stated that it had invested some funds in the bank but reassured its holders that it would be financially and operationally stable.