A Deep Dive Into Sneaky Vampires Syndicate

A Deep Dive Into Sneaky Vampires Syndicate

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CoinMarketCap takes a deep dive into the Sneaky Vampires Syndicate — a NFT collection of 8,888 unique vampires created by the same artist behind the highly popular Bored Ape Yacht Club.

A Deep Dive Into Sneaky Vampires Syndicate

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What Is the Sneaky Vampires Syndicate NFT?

The Sneaky Vampire Syndicate is an NFT collection that focuses on real-world marketing and online marketing alike. The collection spans 8,888 unique Sneaky Vampires, each unique and hand-drawn, including expressions and characteristics. 

The drawing is made possible by Mig, a designer and full-time freelance artist who worked on the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection. Holders of these NFTs gain access to The Syndicate.

$BLOOD is the utility token of the Sneaky Vampires Syndicate, giving NFT holders a chance to stake their Vampires. They will receive 3 $BLOOD tokens per day in exchange for doing so. In addition, future companions coming to Sneaky Vampire Syndicate soon can also be staked for an additional 1 $BLOOD per day. 

While Sneaky Vampire Syndicate wants to provide crypto utility, the team also focuses on real-world use cases. As a result, SVS can explore many opportunities through current and future partnerships and collaborations. 

How Does Sneaky Vampire Syndicate Work?

The roadmap for Sneaky Vampire Syndicate aims to establish a  broader ecosystem and utility for the initial NFTs. Generation 2, or Gen 2, are female vampires, putting a different spotlight on the project. 

Moreover, holdings of Gen 2 vampire NFTs will receive a free companion, incentivizing the adoption and holding of these non-fungible tokens. Additionally, users can breed vampires between Generation 1 and Generation 2, allowing for intriguing outcomes.

Those companions will be bats, which is logical given the vampire theme. All SVS holders will gain from the additional utility through these bat companions.

Powering all of this is the $BLOOD utility token. Although it has no direct monetary value, it can be acquired by staking NFTs. However, it is the core pillar of the Sneaky Vampire Syndicate Universe and will offer utility in crypto space and the real world. 

What Makes Sneaky Vampire Syndicate Unique?

Other than the collectibility and staking options for SVS holders, the Sneaky Vampire Syndicate team strongly emphasizes real-world marketing. The advertising on billboards around Times Square was only the first step. They, later on, put promotional vans in the same spot, allowing NFT holders and other people to take pictures with the logo.

Moreover, the SVS collection is designed to create a new future for non-fungible tokens. That became apparent when the community grew to over 45,000 members before the NFTs launched. However, to avoid any issues during the launch — including whaling and gas wars — the team implemented an anti-bot system to focus on the community and its needs.

Additionally, the SVS project is embracing the concept of provably fair metadata. All of the metadata of Sneaky Vampire Syndicate is generated through a fully immutable seed combined with a random weighted general through the on-chain block hash of a transaction sent from the deployer wallet to itself. 

Furthermore, the script has been open-sourced, giving everyone a chance to see how it works. Finally, the metadata itself resides on IPFS to ensure constant accessibility.

An ecosystem like SVS would not work without crucial partnerships. Sneaky Vampire Syndicate collaborates with other NFT and metaverse projects, including 888 The Inner Circle, Wilder World, Sandbox, and Pixlet Studio.

There is a partnership with Shammi Shinh, an established champagne brand creator, for real-world utility. SVS NFT holders can access a custom and limited-edition private label champagne through the $BLOOD token.  The wine comes in custom bottles and cases, making it a real-world collectible item tied to an NFT project.

What Are People Saying About Sneaky Vampire Syndicate?

With NFT collections, it is essential to look at how assets are distributed. Roughly 4,742 unique wallets hold the 8,888 vampires. The initial SVS minting was limited to 3 per wallet. Additionally, there is over 18,600 ETH in OpenSea trading volume with a floor price of just under 0.85 ETH.

The bat companions - founder under the Sneaky Bat Syndicate name - count 2,600 owners and over 315 ETH in trading volume. Users can use bats for staking to gain $BLOOD tokens, play the upcoming video game, and explore the metaverse-based Lair.

SVS has ample social media momentum, mainly from people sharing their opinion on why this project matters. Additionally, there are pictures going around of Sneaky Vampire Syndicate merchandise, which can help bring more awareness to this NFT project in the future.

Sneaky Vampire Syndicate was mentioned as one of the top drops as voted on by 500 NFT experts in a Yahoo Finance article earlier this year.
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