You probably have not missed what NFTs are, if you have heard little about this or you need to refresh your memory, here is a brief explanation.
NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are a type of cryptocurrency created on a smart contract platform such as Ethereum. They are unique digital objects that can be cool to own or even profitable to trade, in other words, they are like digital collectibles. They usually start out as something that only enthusiasts care about, but if you own a rare one, it could become worth a lot more one day, think of Pokémon cards that can be worth thousands of dollars today, or how about the NBA and Baseball cards or maybe postage?
Lately NFTs have been booming, millions of dollars per day are involved, more and more projects launching their own token, we see browser games launched where you can buy a piece of land and build your own city on it (kind of SimCity) or a Hay Day copy where you can build your own farm and actually earn dollars by selling wheat or animals. But that's not all, in this article CryptoJobs.World has selected 3 projects that we are looking forward to, whether it is a digital product or not.
#1 Beeple Digital artist
An artist known as Beeple, who has been active on Instagram for years, achieved top performances in the NFT marketplace.
Beeple's main curiosity was a 10 second animation, with a 'mutation function' depending on the outcome of the 2020 US presidential election. The item resold for $ 6.6 million, becoming one of the high-profile NFTs that continued to drive the hype.
Beeple's art has multiple rare numbers NFT auctions, with asking prices close to 300 ETH. The new token issuance continues as buyers can bet on valuing prices through future auctions. The setback is that Beeple often sells the same artwork, and resellers try to make a profit on the serial number itself.
Beeple's art is highly competitive and belongs to that of Pascal Boyart. But the market also appreciates the more algorithmic approach, in which art and technology come together.
#2 Collectible Global - Auction house of non digital products with NFT’s
One project that stood out this week is the non digital with NFT contracts auction house called Collectible.Global. What makes this remarkable is that Collectible auctions exclusive products such as Rolex watches, exclusive cars and eau de toilette just to name a few.
The intention is that you can bid on these physical products by means of an auction, if your bid is the winning bid, you will of course receive the product but also the corresponding title deed, an NFT contract so that your purchase is included in the blockchain and a digital display of the purchased product. Of course, these assets are tradable and contracts will go to the next buyer. What appealed to CryptoJobs.World is the digital displays of the products they auction. Below, for example, the Rolex Oyster Day-Date 36.
If you now want to know more about Collectible or want to anticipate in the ICO, take a look at https://collectible.global/
. Their ICO kicks off Monday April 16, 2021,
#3 Dash introduces NFT with Minecraft, what?
Yes it is really true, you read that right, on January 8th DASH threw out a tweet that looks like a DASH solution where non-fungible tokens can be released on their network. We are currently working hard on a test version. Now that is not very surprising, but the most striking thing is that Minecraft is mentioned.
What exactly is going on is not said, but just assume that it will be HUGE, until then we continue to dream of CryptoJobs.World.
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