The mfers collection consists of sketches of stick figures that have been made into non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Mfers are a collection of 10,000 stick-figure drawings from Sartoshi, who is widely known as a meme master. Originally, Mfers started as a meme, but they have become a viral sensation all over the internet. These stick figures can be found everywhere, from billboards in Times Square to movie screens, and there are rumors that there is even a 3D Mferverse being created.
Sartoshi Is an Anonymous Meme Creator
Importantly, Sartoshi is just a pen name. He is an anonymous meme creator who has more than a hundred and eighty thousand followers. His name is an intentional play on the creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, which is also a fake name without a real identity (yet). Sartoshi intentionally has the word “art” in his name, as that is exactly what he does. This anonymous creator has produced many hilarious memes that have become popular online. Now, Sartoshi is no more, as it was officially announced that he is handing over the reins to the people starting the Mfers collection.
An Overview of Mfers
Mfers is a collection of 10,000 items built on the Ethereum blockchain. The first drop happened on November 30th, 2021, and they were all minted in about 10 minutes for the cost of 0.069 ETH. The Mfers epitomize the idea that there is no king or ruler but that everyone is different and that people can make what they want out of their own lives. We attribute the strong community and popularity to the relatability of the characters to the spirit of individuality, which everyone can relate to. Each token has traits based on the original stick figure, with the caption “Are Ya Winning Son?” These NFTs have specific traits, including watches, headphones, sunglasses, Mohawks, and numerous other characteristics.