The original Crypto Buddhas Collectable NFT’s. Created with Buddha in mind. All the Buddhas are unique and contain an original quote from Buddha. Our goal is grow our community, social media and strength of Crypto Buddhas. Growing the collection and giving the collection utility. The current collection of Crypto Buddhas Volume 1 is still in progress of being handcrafted and designed, 50 Crypto Buddhas live on the Ethereum blockchain. Another 50 is yet to be made and minted, that will be 1/1 and bring the total to 100 Crypto Buddhas maximum for Volume 1.
Other Crypto Buddha NFTs
Along the way we have added other smaller collections of Crypto Buddhas on the Opensea platform.
The Moon Buddhas, a total of 30 1/1 NFTs.
The Chinese Buddhas, 6 1/3 NFTs
The Lucky Buddhas 6 1/7 NFTs
The next chapter of Crypto Buddhas is releasing a massive amount of Crypto Buddhas in the range of 10000, while still keeping the originatly to Volume 1. The collection will be more colorful, more animation, more traits and even more rarities.The next collection will have some secrets that will be revealed at a later date.These secrets will enable an owner to share a percentage of profits from sales. But done in way that you will need to own a certain trait.
The future looks bright with the upcoming 10k Crypto Buddhas Volume 2 to be released with some unique traits and secrets.
We will continue to maintain and keep up the presence of Crypto Buddhas and along the way keep our owners happy with good spirit, luck and abundance.
Check our roadmap, as we move forward we add new future updates. Road Map Crypto Buddhas
The Crypto Buddhas are made using Photography, Photoshop, After Effects. Each Crypto Buddha is carefully hand crafted with love and spiritually. A lot of time and dedication is put into each Crypto Buddha with sometimes hours and hours on one NFT.
Each of the Crypto Buddhas Vol 1 are numbered from 1 to 100. Number 4 is not used as number 4 is bad luck in Buddhism. Crypto Buddhas Volume 2 will not have a number on the card only be named by a number.
All the Crytpo Buddhas contain auspicious symbols. In Tibetan Buddhism, these symbols are said to be the luckiest and most sacred of all. Frequently seen in combination with one another, each represents a different component of Buddhist philosophy.
The Parasol: Representing protection and shelter, the Parasol shows how Buddha’s teachings will shield us from the “heat” of forces like greed and lust.
The Golden Fish: A symbol of joy and liberation, the Fish represent freedom from samsara, or the cycle of life, death, and rebirth.
The Conch Shell: Used to call individuals to prayer, the Conch’s resounding trumpet represents the influence of dharma and its ability to awaken us from ignorance.
The Lotus: A symbol of enlightenment, the Lotus mirrors human suffering. Growing through muck in order to blossom, the Lotus shows that we too may blossom through Buddha’s wisdom.
The Urn: A symbol of abundance, the Urn is evocative of Buddha’s spiritual wealth, demonstrating that there is no end to his knowledge and wisdom.
The Infinite Knot: With no beginning or end, the Infinite Knot reflects Buddha’s infinite compassion as well as the interconnectedness of all living things.
The Banner: Also known as the Flag, the Banner represents victory over ignorance and the obstacles that block the path to enlightenment.
The Wheel: The Wheel of Law, or Dharmachakra, is a summation of Buddha’s teachings. The eight spokes are Buddha’s Eightfold Path, while the inner hub is the discipline required to follow it.