Oscar winner Sir Anthony Hopkins sold his personal NFT collection called The Eternal Collection in less than 10 minutes.
Created in collaboration with NFT design studio Orange Comet Inc, the collection consists of 1,000 digital artworks relating to a variety of motion pictures that Hopkins starred in during his long acting career.
According to the collection’s official description on OpenSea, the NFT artwork “presents a wide-ranging interpretation of the various characters played by Sir Anthony Hopkins throughout his illustrious film career, inspired by his artistic achievements.”
Various pictures and cartoons have titles such as “The Clown”, “The Lover”, “The Ruler”, “The Rebel”, “The Giver” and “The Eternal”. Each portrays a typical character from hit Hollywood movies.
According to NFT design studio Orange Comet Inc, the lot sold out in record time, but Cointelegraph was unable to verify at the time of publication whether this was indeed the fastest sale in OpenSea history.
The eternal collection sold out in less than 7 minutes
Fastest sale in @employee Date
– Orange Comet (OrangeCometNFT) October 13, 2022
The famous actor then thanked the cryptocurrency community in a tweet because, according to Hopkins, he himself was not expecting a sale.
– AHopkins.eth (@AnthonyHopkins) October 14, 2022
The 1,000 unique NFTs also come with random features ranging from an actor’s autographed digital art guide to a private Zoom call with Anthony Hopkins and personal messages from the Hollywood star.
This article will be updated once Cointelegraph verifies that the pool is indeed the new record holder on leading NFT market OpenSea.