Lions Not Sheep Enters NFT Space with Freedom-inspired Collection, Set to Host First Freeman Worlds Fair in Mid 2023

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Tracing back its humble beginnings to 2014, when co-founder Sean Whalen first printed tee-shirts to amplify a statement that people need to wake up and stop blindly following mainstream news and media channels, Lions Not Sheep has now evolved into one of the most powerful communities in the digital space through its NFT project. After the success of his printing business, expanding it to full production amid the pandemic with half a dozen employees, Sean Whalen, together with Greg W Anderson, managed to grow the company into a private coaching and networking group wherein they equip people with the same mindset to achieve their greatest potential. Today, the co-founders are ready to take another significant leap as they lead Lions Not Sheep NFT.

By 2022, Lions Not Sheep managed to send out over 200,000 orders, roughly equating to 700,000 pieces of Lions Not Sheep branded apparel. Eventually, the brand’s customer base became members of the Lion’s Den, which currently caters to 3,000 members. The Lion’s Den is not just a regular community but a premium platform for networking and personal growth for both men and women. The Lion’s Den only opens its doors to new members a few times a year.

With the success of both Lions Not Sheep and the Lion’s Den, Sean Whalen and Greg W Anderson feel it is high time for the brand to enter the NFT space. Why? Because NFTs have become one of the most effective tools to bring like-minded individuals together in one community. “We refuse to leave our future up to chance, or even worse, allow the big tech to have the only voice,” said Anderson. “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.”

The Lion Not Sheep NFT collection will go above and beyond the usual NFT projects launched in the industry. One of its most distinct utilities is the Freeman World Fair, a global in-person and metaverse-live-streamed event that will become the pinnacle event promoting all things freedom-based, set to take place in mid-2023. The event combines a music festival, a gun show, a boat, a car, and a motorcycle show, filled with the best companies, amazing speakers, and freedom, all wrapped up in a two-day event. Each Lions Not Sheep NFT will serve as the holder’s official ticket for the next three years of the event.

In addition, Lions Not Sheep NFT boasts stunning art and is designed to embody the freedom everyone needs to live in today’s world. Every NFT has its own rare traits, and holders will have the right to own their digital assets. The creators eye significant growth in the value of the Lions Not Sheep NFT, which in turn will provide holders a great return on their investment.

Furthermore, the Lions Not Sheep NFT will also launch a play-to-earn game, which will take place inside the NFT world ecosystem in Web3. Holders will also enjoy many exciting perks and rewards as the project progresses.

“1% of our mint revenue goes directly to the military veteran programs. Your voice matters in this community. You have the special opportunity to cast your vote to determine where we will deploy the good reserves to impact our world,” the creators said.

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