CoinMetrics analyst Kyle Waters tweeted that in the past 24 hours, StarryNight, an NFT fund backed by Three Arrows Capital, has cleared all its 70 collectibles on the SuperRare platform. The fund has spent more than $21 million buying these NFTs since last August.
It is reported that in August 2021, NFT collector Vincent Van Dough cooperated with Three Arrows Capital co-founder Kyle Davis and CEO Zhu Su to launch the NFT fund StarryNight. Its goal is to raise $100 million to collect the best NFT collectibles.
The fund already has a large collection of crypto art, including some well-known works such as Lost Robbie, which sold for more than $1 million last year.
All of its collections on SuperRare are sent to one address along with Art Blocks, KnownOrigin, Foundation and other crypto art project collections. There seems to be some form of integration going on. The new wallet is suspected to have some connections with other Three Arrows Capital wallets.