New Zombie NFT Project ZINU – The “First True Royalty-Free License NFT”

Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it too? ZINU, a new project, says you can have your one-of-a-kind zombie NFT and sell it too–all without owing any royalties.

Typically, NFT (non-fungible token) holders don’t get to own the rights to commercialize their NFTs. Without permission from the issuer, this means holders don’t own the underlying intellectual property (IP) rights.

ZINU changes all that.

Disrupting the current NFT IP scene, ZINU claims to bring the first and “truest form of decentralized intellectual property in the form of a ‘royalty-free license NFT.”

Once holders buy a ZINU, they can use it for personal and commercial purposes.

ZINU or Zombie INU’s NFT Collection is called the Zombie Mob Secret Society (ZMSS). It features 10,000 fully-animated 3D zombies that can “walk, strut, run, flip, dance, and fly.” The collection dropped at the end of March and quickly sold out.

Building since October 2021, ZINU has a community of over 40,000 members, and the collection is found on ETH, BSC, and POLYGON blockchains.

Celebrities are also part of the “Zombie Mob,” including The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus and DJ and Web3 influencer Steve Aoki. Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter featured artwork from ZINU in his music video for his recently-released “Scary Monster” song.

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