Bored Ape Yacht Club has announced its second collaboration with Rolling Stone during the Ape Fest 2022. The limited-edition Rolling Stone collectibles will include two 1/1 BAYC and MAYC NFTs, along with physical art prints.
The first BAYC x Rolling Stone NFTs and art prints garnered much attention from the NFT community. Both platforms hope to get the same level of attention for another successful auction and sales.
BAYC and Rolling Stone Come Up With Another NFT Collaboration
Bored Ape Yacht Club and Rolling Stone announced their second collaboration for limited-edition NFTs on the first day of the Ape Fest 2022. The two 1/1 BAYC and MAYC NFTs will go up for auction on June 22 at 9:00 AM ET.
“Gm apes – we’re stoked for the first night of ApeFest. To kick things off, we’re excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with @RollingStone again for two 1/1 NFTs (one BAYC and one MAYC).”
Moreover, the NFT auction will be accompanied by a 4-hour sale for collectible art prints of each design. The art prints can be purchased for ApeCoin (APE) worth $100. The links will be shared on Twitter as the sale starts.
However, the details about the BAYC and MAYC NFTs and art prints are not yet revealed by Yuga Labs or Rolling Stone magazine.
The first BAYC x Rolling Stone limited edition physical zine cover prints and 1/1 BAYC and MAYC NFTs garnered much attention from the NFT community and were quickly sold during last year’s Ape Fest in November.
The BAYC and MAYC 1/1 NFTs became much popular that NFTs were purchased by notable collectors for a lot of ETH.
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