The Snake Mob NFT

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The Snake Mob NFT
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Developer(s)Big Brain Labs

The Snake Mob NFT is a collection of 5,555 randomly generated Snake Mobster NFTs that live on the Ethereum blockchain. Snake Mobsters are cunning and ruthless, known for their racketeering, money laundering, and midnight poker games. It is developed by two 21-year-old Big Brain Artists, namely Neo and Swelly, who are heavily invested in the United States’ criminal justice system. The Snake Mob champions emancipation and addressing racial disparities in the judicial system. The users of the platform stand the chance to release a fellow mobster from their unlawful imprisonment.[1]


The Snake Mob caters to 18-35 years old specifically gamers, artists, and people in the fashion world. The platform appeals to musical artists and people in the fashion world because of their miscellaneous and clothing traits. The Snake Mob also caters to the gaming community as most of its Snake Mobster NFTs hold guns that the users can use when playing games like Call of Duty. Some of them even hold video game controllers.[2]

The enterprise is founded on the fundamentals of progression, and as such, it advocates for a better criminal justice system in the United States. To help champion this cause, a portion of all the proceeds from the collection will be donated to prison reform charities such as The Sentencing Project, an advocacy center working for decarceration. The Presale value of Snake Mobster NFT is 0.03 ETH and its general launch value is 0.05 ETH with commercial rights for the owners.[3]

Neo is the visual artist in charge of creating the look and feel of the digital art pieces, while Swelly handles the social media and business aspect of the project.[4]


The Snake Mob is the first NFT collection where the main “Snake” character holds different objects and wears clothing from relevant and real high fashion brands. The users can create a MetaMask wallet or link their Coinbase account to OpenSea to buy a Snake Mobster NFT.[5]

Types and attributes

Each Snake Mobster is unique and randomly generated from over 140 possible traits, including expression, headwear, eyewear, clothing, and more. All mobsters are tough, but some are rarer than others.

Most of The Snake Mob’s clothing traits are relevant brands like Rick Owens, Cartier, Moncler, Acne, YZY, Margiela and many more. Each Snake Mobster holds various accessories like signs, video game controllers, guns, and bankrolls. Some of the rare ones even wear diamond and gold crowns as well as vvs grills. In addition, there are a few who smoke cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, joints, and backwoods.

Roadmap of The Snake Mob

  • Presale: (supply: 1,555) February 12th, 2022
  • General launch: (supply: 4,000) February 13th, 2022

The Snake Mob intends to fully realize its plan in building a truly mob worthy community. A major goal of the platform is to overflow their investors wallets with 5 - 20+ ETH by the end of 2023. After launch, The Mob will be hosting parties in NYC where the users’ Snake Mobster NFT will be the ticket of admission. Down the line, they will release another collection with added utilities and event giveaways, flying lucky investors out to NYC to attend their underground parties. As The Snake Mob grows their NFTs, they are looking to build their community amongst millennials and Gen-Zers but welcome holders from all life stages.



  1. "Clear the Streets as Upcoming NFT Project the Snake Mob Make Their Way Into the Digital Space". LA Wire. 4 February 2022. Retrieved 11 February 2022.
  2. Ruiz, Daniel (4 February 2022). "Snake Mob NFT Rises to the Ranks of the Metaverse with Vim and Venom". The Chicago Journal. Retrieved 11 February 2022.
  3. Marie, Sarah (3 February 2022). "Fashionable and Stylish Collection The Snake Mob Takes Over the NFT Space". New York Weekly. Retrieved 11 February 2022.
  4. "The Mob". upcoming NFT. 27 December 2021. Retrieved 11 February 2022.
  5. "The Snake Mob: An Impressive NFT Collection for Gamers, Artists, and Fashion Enthusiasts". LA Progressive. 4 February 2022. Retrieved 11 February 2022.

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