In the past week, the NFT ecosystem has been busier than ever. Rap stars Jeezy and Riff Raff have entered the NFT field, Hoard has launched a lending platform for NFT-collateralized crypto loans, Topps is abandoning its Series 1 baseball collection, and super quarterback Tom Brady is launching his own NFT plan. Terra Virtua is releasing the Godzilla vs Kong NFT series, and even “Annoying Orange” is also in NFTing.
NFT-collateralized crypto loans are coming
Hoard is an Ethereum-based NFT market that has launched a new loan platform called Pawn Shop, where you can use NFT as collateral to obtain crypto loans. The platform will support users in transactions, buying, selling, lending and renting NFTs (such as in-game items, domain names, digital art, etc.).
If you have additional stablecoins and are looking for a way to make money from them, then Hoard’s platform can provide you with high lender profits. The platform plans to gradually transition to DAO with its own management token HRD token.
The first NFT collection of MLB baseball cards released
Through cooperation with MLB Players Inc. and MLB Players Inc., Topps Digital announced the launch of its 2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball NFT collection on WAX, becoming the first The major brand NFT that debuted the popular baseball card series.
Topps Company leads a new revolution in baseball collections, aiming to attract and attract fans from all over the world by issuing its annual flagship card NFT. In addition to the artwork from the actual collection, the anniversary set will also be digitized and cast as an officially authorized Topps MLB NFT collection.
Tom Brady gets involved in NFT
Seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady has won celebrity recognition in the irreplaceable token market and will launch an NFT platform called Autograph later this spring.
Autograph will focus on bringing together artists and icons from the sports, entertainment, fashion, and pop culture circles to create unique digital collections for the platform. Brady will also appear in the NFT series for sports fans and collectors.
Godzilla vs. Kong NFTs launched on Terra Virtua
To celebrate the international release of Godzilla vs. Confucius, Legend Entertainment cooperated with Terra Virtua and artist Bosslogic to release the exclusive “Godzilla vs. Confucius” NFT digital collection series, which will be on the market in time for the movie’s release on March 31. On display.
Seven unique artworks signed by the original creators, including God and King, King and God, MachineGod, Legend will collide, One Will Fall, Godzilla Steps Up and Kong Steps Up, will now be on sale for a limited time.
Jeezy turned the iconic snowman logo into an animated NFT
Multi-platinum rapper Jeezy entered the NFT field after announcing a partnership with Liquid Avatar Technologies to cast and sell the iconic snowman logo. The limited-edition animation and AR-enhanced NFT series will use Jeezy’s audio clips to discuss the iconic snowman and its impact on hip-hop culture.
Although the sale is scheduled to start later this month, interested buyers can join the pre-sale waiting list on Liquid Avatar’s Oasis Digital Studios official website.
American rapper Riff Raff lined up to sell seven NFTs
In order to cooperate with Yelawolf and Turquoise Tornado to release a new album, the American rapper Riff Raff has released a series of collections in cooperation with the famous NFT platform Sweet.
The platform lists seven NFTs, including unreleased audio, exclusive album covers, and unique video collections, with prices ranging from $4.99 to $19.99. This partnership highlights Riff Raff’s interest in democratizing NFT while making it available to everyone.
Another “Dank Meme” enters the NFT market
Annoying orangesIt is a Youtube animation character, and the latest old meme to enter the NFT market. The animation team behind this YouTube character recently tweeted that they will remake the original video since 2009, which has been viewed 228 million times. 4K resolution and republished as NFT.
The transaction, scheduled to begin on April 15th, has aroused widespread criticism and strong opposition from the online community. However, it is not clear whether the rebound will affect product sales.
If you have to guess, how much will the NFT of “annoying orange” sell? Let us know in the comments section below.
Picture Credits: Shutterstock, Pixabay, Wiki Commons, the annoying Orange YouTube channel, Topps, Terra Virtua, Oasis Digital Studios
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