Collection SOLD OUT in under two minutes
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 10, 2022 / In today’s bear market, NFTs unfortunately are not “flying off the shelves.” However, leave it to Trey Smith, Silicon Valley gaming tycoon, and Founder/CEO of, the first no-code gaming engine with an epic battlefield Web3 game that encourages and was designed for a true creator’s economy.
Just as Smith’s project is notorious for selling out each drop under 30 minutes every release (MECH sold out eight MECH NFT collections and three MECH land sales so far), the same record holds true for his personal NFT collection that he dropped on OpenSea on September 27, 2022 entitled “Mankind by the Assembly.”
Mankind” is an NFT collection of 31 unique AI artworks personally designed by Smith. A generative art algorithm is a tool that allows engineers and artists alike to utilize an automotive process in art creation, commonly used to develop and create large NFT collections. The components of a generated art algorithm are initially designed through layers in popular creative suites, before writing the code to a smart contract. Smith’s NFTs depict what he envisions would be the last images one would see before human extinction. He designed his artwork on Midjourney. Midjourney is an independent research lab exploring new mediums of imaginable works of art. “It’s my favorite creator’s tool for that style of art,” declares Smith.
In true Smith fashion, on September 27th, “Mankind” sold out in under two minutes. Within the first 30 minutes, the total volume traded was 1.8ETH. Within 45 minutes, the collection volume traded shot up to 9ETH. On September 28th, the total volume traded was 9.8ETH and as of October 6th, the total volume traded was 11ETH.
A component of Smith’s mission with each of his brands has consistently been to give power to his community, which he has succeeded with and now with Mankind by The Assembly. Smith is leading by example by showing different ways a creator can take advantage of creator tools, like the ones in MECH, to generate their own Web3 assets to earn profit. Smith’s latest personal collection, along with MECH, exemplifies a pivotal movement in Web3 that has led Smith to pioneer a true creator’s economy, and allot power to the community and their creators.
About Trey Smith: was created by Trey Smith, the founder of Kayabit Games. Kayabit Games amassed over 100,000,000 downloads of their games. Trey and his team have extensive experience creating popular and, more importantly, playable games: eight of the games invented by the Kayabit team broke the Top 10 of the App Store. Ten of the Kayabit games created by Trey and his team were published by Ketchapp and Ubisoft.
Trey is also the co-founder of the largest no-code game development software, Buildbox. Buildbox has more than 1,000,000 users and has been used to create thousands of games, which in turn have had billions of downloads. After exiting Buildbox, Trey decided to pursue a new path, and create the largest and most in-depth multiplayer 3D NFT game on the market, Learn more about Mech here and follow them on Twitter or Discord to stay updated on announcements.
About Mankind By the Assembly:
Mankind is a set of 31 images created with AI by Trey Smith. Each image is a different depiction of the last thing humankind would see before extinction. Each NFT gives full legendary access to the upcoming membership project, The Assembly. The Assembly includes in-person live events, a discussion portal, NFT business training and mastermind sessions hosted by Trey. You can purchase an NFT on Opensea.
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