Bitcoin NFT Review – Zombie Wabbits on Stacks

Zombie Wabbits look like no other Bitcoin NFT. Even though they debuted a year ago, they are still easily distinguished from every other collection on the blockchain. Let’s take a closer look.

What Do Zombie Wabbits NFT’s Look Like?

Zombie Wabbits #3
Zombie Wabbits #3

Zombie Wabbits are (mostly) center-facing GIF animated NFT’s. Several images are repeatedly flashed in sequence with the message “I See Zombie Wabbits.” All eleven of these rabbits don’t look happy. While each particular token may vary in hue, sharpness and color scheme, they all show some really upset bunnies. In fact this particular image looks like someone dragged them on to an Atari 2600 screen and electrocuted them. Sounds a bit rough? Well, the artist intended this to be a “horrorverse” collection. In fact, here is a quote from their description on Byzantion:

“…Zombie Wabbits have escaped from ‘Çarrot X Labs’. Each batch of Wabbits had been put through ungodly Gamma-Ray experiments that had tortured and killed them. But … this was not their end. The radioactive effects on these unfortunate creatures made them rise again as the monstrous undead, with each batch possessing their own bag of horrors to haunt all those they would come across.”

Speaking of the artist…

Who is the artist behind this project?

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The artist behind Zombie Wabbits is Far Q, a “crafty creator inspired by the evolving nature of things.” This is not his first project, as Far Q has released other animated collections on the Stacks blockchain.

The History Behind Zombie Wabbits

These were the first animated Bitcoin NFT’s on the Stacks blockchain. As far as I can tell these may be the only strictly “horror” based NFT’s I’ve come across. One of the smaller Bitcoin NFT collections, only 45 Zombie Wabbits exist.

What Are the Rarity Attributes of This NFT Collection?

There are five variants in this collection:

  • Background – Several backgrounds with different textures and animation. The most common one is Deadly Black (44.44%)
  • Codename – Every NFT in this set gets a unique codename starting with ZW.
  • Character – This appears to be determined by the primary color of the rabbits for most of the animation.

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  • Toxicity – There are Toxicity attributes, Deadly, Fatal, Harmful, High Rish and Unknown. The Unknown variety (22.22%) seems to be attributed to the images with the greatest amount of distortion.

What is the Rarest Zombie Wabbits Bitcoin NFT?

Zombie Wabbits #27
Zombie Wabbits #27

The heavily blurred #27 is the rarest in the collection.

Which Zombie Wabbits NFT is the Dopest IHMO?

Zombie Wabbits #23 starts of as a crisp image which quickly devolves into a series of ghastly, distorted, twisted faces. By the end of the GIF, you can make out something in the mouth of the creature in the middle. Are those teeth? A blood splatter? Bits of its soul?

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How Far Are They On Their Roadmap?

“We drop NFTs small batch,

We don’t do roadmaps,

We’re off the beaten track,

We pull rabbits out the hat.”

So, yeah, there’s not gonna be a roadmap. However, there is a website associated with FarQ as well as a Twitter page.

How Much Do Zombie Wabbits NFT’s Cost Today?

As of September 8th, 2022, this collection has a current floor price of 179 STX. With STX currently at $0.36, purchasing one floor NFT will cost approximately $64.44 USD.

The Future for this NFT Collection

NFT’s thrive on community and hype and Zombie Wabbits is a small collection of 45 tokens and 29 holders. However, this token is instantly recognizable amongst most Bitcoin NFT’s. And this collection is based on something that millions of people absolutely love… zombies. They love apocalyptic zombies:

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And Korean Zombies:

They even love songs that aren’t even really about zombies:

A zombie-infatuated public might bring some additional attention to a collection that stands out in the Stacks ecosystem.

Where Can I Buy Zombie Wabbits NFT’s?

These Bitcoin NFT’s can be purchased at:

Are Zombie Wabbits NFT’s a Good Investment?

Stacks, the underlying blockchain of Zombie Wabbits Bitcoin NFT

While none of this is to be construed as financial advice (please see the website disclaimer), anyone who reads this blog or follows my Twitter already knows that I am very bullish on the outlook for Stacks cryptocurrency, the underlying blockchain for all Bitcoin NFT’s.

NFT’s on Stacks are absolutely exploding since their debut in 2021. In addition to their recent listing on Coinbase, the Stacks ecosystem is best represented on OKCoin, where you can get exposure to StacksArkadiko Financeand CityCoins like MiamiCoin and NYCCoin. Stacks is the protocol that brings d’Apps, NFT’s and Ethereum-like utility to Bitcoin. I am a believer that any exposure to Stacks comes with tremendous future upside potential. So, while everyone should do their own research before investing in any NFT or cryptocurrency, I think the future of most NFT projects on Stacks hold considerable promise.

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