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Lions Not Sheep NFT on Being a Trailblazing Venture and Hosting the FreeMan World’s Fair

Anyone who has been keeping track of the crypto trend is aware that thousands of NFT projects have been launched since digital tokens have become popular in the financial landscape. With how saturated the NFT space has become, it is now even more challenging for developers and creators to come up with ventures that would bring revolutionary breakthroughs into the world. Such is the case with Sean Whalen, a visionary who is known for his creative prowess and innovative flair. Today, he and Greg W Anderson stand as the esteemed founders of Lions Not Sheep NFT, an emerging force in the Web3, NFT, and Metaverse space. 

On a mission to dominate the industry, the Lions Not Sheep NFT project will be providing holders with jam-packed utilities unlike any other. One of the most anticipated activities that the developers will be holding is the FreeMan World’s Fair, an in-person and Metaverse-live-streamed event that will become the pinnacle event promoting all things freedom-based. Although it will still be held in mid-2023, members of the community are already looking forward to participating therein. 

In an interview, Greg W Anderson described what people could expect from the FreeMan World’s Fair. “Simply put, if you combine a  music festival, a gun show, a boat, a car, and a motorcycle show, with the best companies, amazing speakers, and freedom all wrapped up into a two-day event, you would have an idea of what the fair is all about,” he explained. “Your Lions Not Sheep NFT will serve as your entrance ticket for the next three years.”

Although the Lions Not Sheep NFT project is already creating significant waves in the industry, it sprung from humble beginnings. According to Sean Whalen, Lions Not Sheep had a grassroots start in 2014 with a single tee shirt that he printed and wore to raise more awareness in society. The founder revealed that the print was meant to wake people up to the fact that it was time to stop blindly following the news and media channels. It only took days before he started receiving several requests from people who wanted to buy the shirt. 

Come 2016, the world took notice of Sean Whalen’s entrepreneurial flair. Individuals from all walks of life would start asking him if he could coach them in their business and personal lives. As a result, the Lion’s Den was born. The said community is Sean’s private coaching and networking group. 

On the other hand, Greg W Anderson is also known as “the Architect” for restructuring several businesses building over 92 company’s systems or platforms. Joining Sean in this journey as CTO of Lions Not Sheep, they more than doubled the size of Lion’s Den through engineering better systems.

To date, the Lion’s Den has 3,000 members. More than just a Facebook group, this purpose-driven community has evolved into a premium networking and personal growth group for both men and women. In order to preserve its exclusivity, it only opens its doors to new members a few times per year. 

Despite his success in the entrepreneurial realm, Sean Whalen and Greg W Anderson still wanted to reach greater heights. As someone who has never been afraid of expanding his horizons, he addressed himself to the challenge of diving into the world of NFTs, Web3, and the Metaverse. 

“Entering successfully into the market today is like entering the Internet game in the 90s. Those individuals and companies crafted the reality we live in today. Those that lead the NFT space today will help craft what our children and grandchildren are exposed to over the next 20-plus years. We refuse to leave our future up to chance, or even worse, allow tech giants to have the only voice,” he shared.