- Pak collaborated with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for his upcoming NFT project ‘Censored’.
- ‘Censored’ will be in two parts: a single edition and an open edition in which anyone can participate.
- The project will be released on 7th February.
Pak, an NFT artist whose ‘Merge’ NFT project came out strong with record-breaking sales last year, is now back with yet another NFT drop. Pak collaborated with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for his upcoming NFT project, ‘Censored’.
As the name ‘Censored’ suggests, Assange is famous for publishing large datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials involving spying, corruption, and war. He also refers to his journalism as ‘Scientific journalism’ which specifically means, providing source material with a minimum of editorial commentary.
With this NFT project, Pak and Assange are coming together for an interesting NFT Project ‘Censored’ which will be in two parts: a dynamic 1/1 NFT and a dynamic open edition in which anyone can participate. It will be released on February 7th.
WikiLeaks announced this collaboration via a tweet, sharing an image with the message ‘One Thousand’. Well, the other details are yet to be disclosed, but there will definitely be a trail of hints in the coming days.
“Censored” will be the next open edition after his ‘Merge’ NFT that crossed over $90 million in 48 hours. The fusion of Pak’s fascinating NFT universe and Assange’s massive influence in the journalism industry will provide us with something exciting to see in the days ahead.