Crocs League

A collection of 4444 unique crocodile NFTs.

Crocs League

Crocs League is a collection of 4,444 unique crocodile NFT’s that live in the Ethereum wetlands, a vision of a dystopian future where mankind has been out evolved.

All crocs are not equal. Crocs League characters will have different abilities, strengths and weaknesses. In phase 2 of the Crocs League universe, players will be able to battle and breed with other Crocs, in an interactive game to create a sophisticated hierarchy of Crocs and the eventual crowning of the King and Queen.

You will be able to take your place in Crocs League society with a unique collectable NFT and start your journey on our interactive Blockchain game.

Rare Collection


Community Driven

The collection is now sold out. As a community ran collection, please visit our discord to details on upcoming phases.

Slick Design

Individually created digital artworks, including 47 Ultra Rare NFTs


Unique collectables with only 4,444 first edition verifiable Crocs League NFTs


Weekly giveaways, air drops and cash awards to loyal Crocs League holders.


All croc holders can take part in battles every 15 minuntes.


What's an NFT?

NFT stands for Non-fungible token. In real terms, it is a unique item that can't be replaced with anything else. The ownership of an NFT can be bought/sold, but the content inside cannot change.

What is Crocs League?

Crocs League is a collection of 4,444 unique crocodile NFT’s.
Every croc is different - each NFT will have a uniqie appearance, different abilities, strengths and weaknesses.

How can I buy a croc NFT?

Visit Opensea from the button at the top of this page, where you can see all the tradable crocs.

How do I get a wallet?

We recommend using MetaMask for a wallet to connect to our website.

How do I buy ETH?

In order to mint a croc, you will need at least 0.07ETH plus gas in your wallet.
Take a look at MetaMask's FAQs for guides on how to fund your wallet.

When will my croc be revealed?

All crocs are now revealed. If you still can't see it, press the refresh button in OpenSea.