Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is launching his own collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in a partnership with Pak, a digital artist and programmer.

The so-called "Censored" NFT collection will be dropped in two parts: a dynamic 1/1 NFT and a dynamic, open edition. While the details of the initiative remain unclear, the release date is set for February 7, 2022.

Pak, also known as Murat Pak, is best-known for their highest-selling NFT, "Merge," which made $91.8 million in sales in December 2021.

This is the most expensive non-fungible token so far. Pak's works have been sold on Sotheby's and marketplaces like Nifty Gateway, MakersPlace, SuperRare and Async Art.

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To The Moon previously reported about a couple who made a fortune from selling a collection of duck cartoon NFTs. They created the Dastardly Ducks collections consisting of 10,000 uniquely generated digital ducks to save their home and farm from foreclosure.