CASETiFY releases a Bored Ape Yacht Club merchandise collection
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Bored Ape Yacht Club creators Yuga Labs have announced another partnership with lifestyle brand CASETiFY, which has recently registered over $2 million worth of BAYC-themed items. The new collection, dubbed “To the Moon,” features 41 Bored Apes and Mutant Apes NFT artworks.
Hong Kong-based brand CASETiFY is well-known for its phone cases and other electronic accessories. The company is famous for its numerous collaborations with artists, brands, and franchises, including Olivia Rodrigo, Sailor Moon, Peanuts, and the Met.
For instance, the exclusive BAYC line offers CASETiFY’s signature phone and iPad cases, as well as limited-edition collectibles like water bottles and hoodies. The brand has also released a wall mount set and a skateboard picturing Bored Apes. Additionally to the imagery, the items feature native Web3 slogans: “To the Moon,” “fren,” ”HODL,” “GM,” “WAGMI,” and “LFG.”
“To The Moon” collection is already available worldwide at retail price ranging between $50 and $300.
“The NFT space is constantly evolving. At CASETiFY, we’re proud to be able to turn world-class digital art into premium accessories that can be enjoyed by the masses, with benefits being shared with the community’s alpha group,”said the co-founder and CEO of CASETiFY, Wes Ng.
At the time of writing, the floor price of Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs is 77.69 ETH (approximately $122,517).
The collection’s price has lowered after YouTube blogger Philion released a video that explains similarities among BAYC’s traits and Nazi imagery. Following Ryder Ripps’ research on the topic, the blogger has edited an hour of video sequences to show the NFT community the disturbing similarities.
However, despite this news, many individuals still wish to own a BAYC NFT. Thanks to CASETiFY, they can now purchase merchandise featuring their favorite apes. “To The Moon” isn’t CASETiFY’s first collab with BYAC, either. In January, they launched the world’s first verified NFT phone cases, which allowed BAYC holders to order phone cases following NFT verification.
Bored Apes have been appearing on a lot of things lately, including chocolate candy, following the Bored Ape supergroup Kingship’s partnership with M&M’s that resulted in ape-themed candy.
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