Every now and then, a new project emerges that rocks the Web3 world to its core. This time, it's the turn of the Moonbirds, a swarm of 10,000 non-fungible utility owls.
Moonbirds descended on the scene at 12 p.m. ET on April 16, at a brain-melting 2.5 ETH a pop. A price that, in retrospect, was an absolute steal. As a result, the collection sold out almost instantly, and the floor skyrocketed. When the dust settled just 48 hours later, trading volume had surpassed $200 million, leaving the floor price at a lofty 21 ETH ($60k).
Moonbirds has accomplished more in two days than some veteran collections have in an entire year, despite a shaky roadmap. As a result of a high-profile and doxxed team, as well as a slew of unique utility benefits. As a result, owners of this latest must-have item can 'nest' their collectible to gain additional benefits while also adding additional security that essentially makes it impervious to standard phishing attacks.
Proof Collective, the team behind the Moonbirds, has pledged to use 100% of the funds to raise the project's profile and enable a wide range of platform upgrades that will benefit the entire community.