The Lions Not Sheep movement is best known for its humble beginnings, back when Sean Whalen decided to print one t-shirt to express a bold statement that reminded people not to believe everything they see on the news and what media organizations show on their platforms. Today, Sean’s decision to jump-start his own advocacy paved the way for an explosive movement within the metaverse when he co-founded a non-fungible token of the same name as his business with Greg W Anderson. What is more interesting is that the powerful duo has decided to introduce a super rare collection within their token community to lead and be the first to showcase the controversial FJB movement within the blockchain.
While Sean and Greg anticipate that some NFT enthusiasts, digital art collectors, and investors might feel uncomfortable about pursuing the rare collection due to its sensitivity, they do not really mind. The two are confident that they have attracted a considerable number of like-minded individuals who will support the collectibles despite the odds.
“I think this will appeal to a lot of people, and I think it’ll be obviously noteworthy enough conversation. On top of just the NFT conversation that ‘Hey there’s this group of guys, there are these people who tried this movement that you know, knows that there would probably be a lot of people who would buy the NFT, but they wouldn’t because of the FJB,'” Sean shared.
Lions Not Sheep will feature FJB attributes on the clothing of their avatars, who will be depicted holding the American flag or a gun. More than just introducing something worth pursuing a personal NFT collection, the FJB attributes stand for something much bigger than what many people anticipate. Not only will it spark new conversations, but it also has the potential to inspire the ones that matter most at this point in America’s history.
“What we’ve been doing is taking our existing, like avatar existing tribe, our people that already connect with us and move it to Web3 so that we can sync globally with people that think and feel like us,” Greg explained.
The sense of urgency in putting out the FJB rare collection is something that Sean and Greg do not take lightly. Introducing it in the metaverse is not just about creating excitement, stirring up their followers, or attracting attention. The FJB super rare collection is about making a bold stand on the value of preserving what a truly free community means to a lot of Americans today.
“Those that lead the NFT space today will help craft what our children and grandchildren are exposed to over the next 20-plus years. We refuse to leave our future up to chance, or even worse, allow the big tech to have the only voice,” the business partners pointed out. “Right now, it’s urgent, and we need to band together more than ever,” Sean added.
Sean and Greg have been focusing on the exceptional utilities of Lions Not Sheep to add value to their token holders’ investment and overall experience. Inspired by a clear vision of where they want to take their advocacy, Sean and Greg are poised to create a massive ripple effect across America, starting with the Freeman World’s Fair, an in-person event that will be streamed live in the metaverse. The two-day event will combine a music festival, a gun show, a boat, car, and motorcycle show, along with big brands and the most inspiring speakers who share their passion for anything that is freedom-based.