When the Okay Bears’ copycat collection lands on Ethereum, chaos breaks out
Folklore says that there will be a number of signs that show when the end of the world is coming. People who predict the end of the world say that rivers will run red, oceans will boil, and a derivative of a Solana collection will show up on Ethereum. Well, folks, the world is “Not Okay” because the “Not Okay Bears” that face left have landed on the blockchain.
As a series of terrible events shook crypto to its core, a group of Solana grizzlies reassured everyone with the phrase “We’re All Going to Be Okay.” Despite the odds, it became popular and became a symbol of hope in the NFT community. It also had a lot of sales, which helped it reach the dizzying heights of the top of the OpenSea rankings.
In April, the Okay Bears came out with their own brand of blasé optimism, which was inspired by the Bored Ape Yacht Club. After that, it became the biggest PFP project based on Solana up to that point. So, it had a huge floor price of 248 SOL ($14k) and a mind-boggling total volume of $77 million.
In a classic example of parody, a new group of fake bears came out on May 16 under the name “Not Okay Bears,” which is the exact opposite of the first group. During the launch, fans bought NFTs for 0.02 ETH each in a mad rush. Soon after, mass hysteria hit, and the secondary market went crazy, with almost a million dollars worth of trades. But since then, the team has given $70,000 to charity and been taken off OpenSea.
A quick look at the market right now shows that there are a number of fake, parody, or similar “Not Okay Bears” collections. So, maybe Armageddon will be a good way to take our minds off of things.