Stan Lee fans can now purchase 'Chakra the Invincible' NFT collection
Fans of Stan Lee's first worldwide superhero invention, Chakra the Invincible, may now buy NFTs inspired by the mythology. On the occasion of Stan Lee's 99th birthday, the Chakraverse limited edition NFT collection has released an exclusive series of 7,000 unique generative Chakraverse artworks based on comic book characters.
Lee's debut "Chakra the Invincible" graphic book has also been reimagined as high-end animation gallery pieces and limited-edition NFTs for the auction alone. As part of a cooperation with Stan Lee's POW! Entertainment, the NFT has appeared on BeyondLife.club powered by GuardianLink.io. The Loot Box containing 6,865 NFTs at $25 each sold out within a few hours of the NFT's release.
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There is a birthday NFT with a $30k minimum bid, which is the main attraction. This is a rare opportunity! In addition to the digital materials, the winner will also get real treasures, such as the original narrative treatment for Chakra the Invincible.
When Lee spoke about Chakra the Invincible in 2012, he said,
"To me, Indian culture has always had a special place in my heart; For the first time, I'm inventing a superhero for the Indian market, Chakra the Invincible. I've written innumerable superheroes from all over the globe and even from distant worlds and universes. With Chakra, I want to do just that: use the superhero genre to introduce an Eastern idea like the chakras to a western audience."
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Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, the Hulk, and the Avengers are just a few of the superheroes that Lee has written and co-created. To date, nearly $32 billion has been made from the exploits of his fictional characters.
In the first week of November, BeyondLife.club powered by GuardianLink.io, sold Amitabh Bachchan's unique NFT collection for $9,66,000 at auction. Another reason why this NFT collection was a massive hit is that it used Guardian's exclusive Anti-RIP NFT technology. Unfortunately, a difficulty in the NFT environment is preserving the rights of the owner of the NFT via the use of this technology.