The past week has been busier than usual for the NMT ecosystem. Rap stars Jeezy and Riff Raff have stepped into the NFT world, Hoard has launched its NFT powered cryptocurrency lending platform, The Topps is launching its Series 1 baseball collectibles, super quarterback Tom Brady is launching his own NFT initiative, Terra Virtua is launching its Godzilla vs. NFT Kong line, and even Annoying Orange is participating in NFT.
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Hoard, an Ethereum-based NFT marketplace, is launching a new lending platform called Pawn Shop where you can use NFT as collateral to get loans in cryptocurrencies. The platform will allow users to trade, buy, sell, rent and lease non-financial items such as game items, domain names, digital art, etc.
If you own other stables and are looking for a way to profit from them, the Hoard platform offers you high returns as a lender. The intention is that the platform will gradually grow into a DAO with its own management token, the HRD Coin.
Unveiling of the first NFT MLBBaseball Card Collection
In partnership with Major League Baseball and MLB Players Inc, Topps Digital has announced the launch of the Topps Series 1 Baseball NFT 2021 collection. Topps became the first major brand to introduce an annual collection of popular baseball cards called NFT.
Spearheading a new revolution in baseball collections, Topps aims to engage and excite fans around the world with the release of its annual card collection, called NFTs. In addition to the physical collectible artwork, the anniversary series will also be digitized and minted as officially licensed Topps MLB NFT collectible coins.
Tom Brady wades into NFT
To further support the unreadable chip market by celebrities, seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady is launching an NFT platform called Autograph this spring.
Autograph will focus on bringing together artists and icons from the worlds of sports, entertainment, fashion and pop culture to create unique digital collectibles for the platform. Brady will also be featured in the NFT program, which caters to sports fans and collectors.
Godzilla vs. Kong NPF launched on Terra Virtua
To celebrate the international release of Godzilla vs Kong, Legendary Entertainment, in partnership with Terra Virtua and artist Bosslogic, has released an exclusive series of NFT Godzilla vs Kong digital collectibles in time for the film’s release on the 31st. Mars will be on sale.
Seven unique works by the original creator, including God vs. King, King vs. God, Machine vs. God, Clash of Legends, One Fall, Godzilla Steps Up and Kong Steps Up, are on sale now for a limited time.
Jeezy turns iconic snowman logo into animated NFT
Multi-platinum selling rapper Jeezy is getting into the NFT business after announcing a partnership with Liquid Avatar Technologies to print and sell the iconic snowman logo. In a series of limited edition animated and amplified AR NFT audio clips, Jeezy will talk about the iconic snowman and his influence on hip-hop culture.
Although sales aren’t expected until the end of the month, interested buyers can sign up for the Liquid Avatar pre-sale waiting list on the official Oasis Digital Studios website.
American rapper Riff Raff found 7 NFTs for sale
To celebrate the release of his new album Turquoise Tornado in collaboration with Yelawolf, American rapper Riff Raff has teamed up with renowned platform NFT Sweet to release a series of collectibles.
A seven-pack of NFTs featuring unreleased audio, exclusive album art and a unique collector’s video will be offered on the platform for prices ranging from $4.99 to $19.99. This partnership underscores the importance Riff Raff places on the democratization of NFTs by making them accessible to all.
Another raw memory is coming on the market NFT
Annoying Orange, the animated YouTube character, is the latest old meme to hit the NFT market. The animation team behind the YouTube personality recently tweeted that they would be remastering the original 2009 video, which has 228 million views, in 4K resolution and re-releasing it as NFT.
The sale, which took place on April 15, has drawn a lot of criticism and reactions from the online community. However, it is not clear whether the backlash will affect the sales of the product.
If you had to guess, how much would the pesky orange NFT sell for? Let us know your comments in the section below.
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