Suzanne releases rare NFT

In an attempt to keep her finger on the pulse on the artistic world. Suzanne has given the okay on releasing a very rare, one of a kind Non Fungible Token. It is a high quality animated gif of her simulating a camel spin on the 2001 performance on the Checkerboard Kids Program. A newer version of the episode will air on the Muldowneyville Archive Youtube Channel within this month. The purchaser of the NFT will also receive the ability to unlock a extra special item that they won’t soon forget! Suzanne is also thinking of releasing unseen artwork and photos people have not seen in a long time. So prepare for coming announcements. The Muldowneyville NFT store is

If you are interested purchasing the rare camelspin NFT link is here:

Here is a smaller, low quality version of the gif for your perusal. It is exclusive to Muldowneyville and has not appeared on the internet in this form before.

Published by Muldowneyville

I'm a long time friend of Suzanne's. I'm Webmastering this site on her behalf. She wanted a place where we can archive her photos, writings and she can preserve her legacy. I believe this to be here.

2 thoughts on “Suzanne releases rare NFT

  1. Tried to sign up but was told the post hasn’t been reviewed by the host yet so to proceed with extra caution. Thoughts? Also the amount to purchase was a 1 with 3 diagonal lines next to it. Please explain.


    1. Salutations Rick! Were you trying to sign up at The currency to purchase NFT’s are Ether which is a cryptocurrency and not US Dollars so instead of using $ one would use the Eth symbol which is the The Greek uppercase Xi character (Ξ). I hope that helps! I definitely recommend research on NFTs before investing in them! I think it is an interesting new addition to the art world. I hope that helps!!


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: