Bored Falcon, the first large-scale NFT collection in the Middle East region, launches in February 2022 on OpenSea.
The launch Coincides with the 10th Edition of Step Conference 2022, the region’s leading tech festival in Dubai, with the first launch of the collection featuring a futuristic and traditional spin on NFT artwork.
Bored Falcon’s main vision is aimed at giving futuristic aspects from the region a platform to gather and initiate change, and provide modern specific waves created and fueled by a collective of artists across the Middle East.
The Bored Falcon initiative has been created by a group of artists from Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Syria.
Bored Falcon will be adding visual representation of the region in the NFT space, with each drop wave getting “cooler, crazier, and rarer” as the Middle Easter collective counts down from #10,000 to the coveted #1.
The entire collection comprises 10,000 unique “Bored Falcons” to bring together people “from different backgrounds under one initiative.”
The NFT “world” in Lebanon has been striving recently, with many Lebanese people “rocking” the NFT universe like The Metapreneurs with Lebanese founders, the biggest elite community of successful entrepreneurs in the Metaverse.
And there is the acclaimed Lebanese Fashion Designer Rami Kadi, who released “Lucid Algorithms: A Metaverse”, the first human-computer couture, which made him the first designer on the Cardano blockchain. Rami Kadi will also be speaking at the Step Conference 2022.
And Ginger Potter, a young Lebanese NFT artist in Lebanon, who got his NFT arts sold out on OpenSea, and Kristel Bechara has made history as the first female artist in the Middle East to launch a painting only to be available as a non-fungible token (NFT).