🚨🚨 1000 ETH SALE 🚨🚨
V1 Punk #5905
— V1 Punks Bot (@v1salesbot) February 1, 2022
PSA: "V1 Punks" are not official Cryptopunks. We don't like them, and we've got 1,000 of them... so draw your own conclusions. Any proceeds will be used to purchase real Cryptopunks!
— Larva Labs (@larvalabs) January 25, 2022
Following the @Crypto_Skulls craze of early OG #NFT projects, @v1punks comes outta left field with the original @larvalabs punks, wrapped with ERC-721 to fit a contract exploit. These are the 1st ever punks & I happened to nab #6909 🙌🏻 Am I GMI? #NewNFTProfilePic by FrankNFT_eth pic.twitter.com/YrD9FveDZj
— ₿rittanyᵍᵐ Kaiser OwnYourData.eth (@OwnYourDataNow) January 26, 2022
Larva strikes back
.@larvalabs just dumped 210 eth worth of v1punks on buyers that they will be taking legal action against. You can't make this shit up.
— Chopper (@chopper__dad) February 2, 2022
— AdamMcBride.eth 🔎🚀🌙 NFT Archaeologist (@adamamcbride) February 2, 2022
Will V1 thrive?
While we take a long term buy-and-hold approach, and firmly believe we are acquiring rare digital antiquities, we are very much cognizant of the risk/reward profile for the assets we’ve acquired: v1 Punk 5905 (Alien) and v1 Punk 5795 (Ape). pic.twitter.com/qMm2fKR4b0
— Meta4 Capital (@Meta4Capital) February 2, 2022
In music we have demos and iterations before the finished product. IMO that is where v1’s land. V2’s are the OG’s meant to be enjoyed by the creators. I love listening to demos of great songs… but it would be disingenuous of me to claim “the demo” as the true version. pic.twitter.com/qiUXdIXKNq
— M. Shadows (@shadows_eth) February 2, 2022