On January 20, 1982, Ozzy Osbourne entered into history because of inhuman behavior with animals. One of the fans brought a dead bat to his concert and threw it onto the stage. The musician decided that the mouse was a toy and tried to bite off its head. It turned out that the bat was real. Ozzy could barely contain his nausea, finished playing the concert, and went to the hospital for injections for rabies and tetanus.
Almost 40 years later, the cunning Osborne caved to the hysteria surrounding generative NFTs and, together with Sutter Systems, created 9666 unique pixelated portraits of bats.
Ozzy’s collection is called Cryptobatz. And the most interesting thing about it is that each CryptoBatz can “bite” and mutate with another NFT from the user’s digital wallet. It can create exclusive Frankenstein blends with Bored Ape Yacht Club, CryptoPunks, SupDucks, and other popular collections.
By the way, it was Bored Ape that inspired the musician. He really wanted to buy himself an NFT for Christmas, but he could not figure out how to do it correctly for a long time. After all, Osborne is 73 years old. Having spat on this idea, the grandfather decided to create his own personal collection. NICE!