Game of Thrones NFTs Sell Out Fast, But Critics Say Characters Are "Poorly Drawn"

Game of Thrones NFTs Sell Out Fast, But Critics Say Characters Are "Poorly Drawn"

Fans have voiced their displeasure over the NFTs, with some calling them "poorly drawn" and others pointing out the "salad fingers" seen in the NFTs of Game of Thrones characters

The first NFTs for the popular fantasy television series Game of Thrones (GoT), based on George R. R. Martin's “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series, were made available on January 10, 2023. On Tuesday afternoon Eastern Time, the “Game of Thrones: Build Your Realm Hero Box” NFT collection was sold out on the Nifty's market. 3,450 Hero Boxes were pre-sold for the collection, and 1,500 Hero Boxes were made available to the general public after the pre-sale was over. One “Game of Thrones” (GoT) Hero Avatar NFT, resource card collectibles, and story card non-fungible tokens (NFTs) were all included in the boxes.

On OpenSea, the secondary market for Game of Thrones NFTs is active, with Hero Boxes and Hero Avatars being exchanged for Ethereum (ETH). The project's CEO and co-founder, Jeff Marsilio, said in a statement: “The Game of Thrones experience has been a long time coming.” Marsilio went on to say

"Our teams have diligently worked together to create an interactive collecting experience for Game of Thrones fans to continue their journey and live within the beloved series. We are thrilled to introduce more fanatics into the digital collectibles and Web3 industry."

The new “Game of Thrones” (GoT) non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have drawn criticism on social media for being “poorly drawn,” according to some. Others remarked how strangely the artist drew the hands of the Game of Thrones characters, which have long fingers resembling salad tongs. On Twitter, some users called the hands of the Game of Thrones characters “salad fingers.”

Solana's BONKZ NFT collection was the best-selling collection on on January 11, 2023, while the Game of Thrones Hero Boxes NFT collection is ranked thirteenth. In just 24 hours, 2,894 buyers have spent $506,673 on the Game of Thrones NFT collection.

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