A curated selection of best articles, videos and news about Non-Fungible Tokens published over these last days. Check out our NFT Press Review.
NFTs are currently making quite a bit of noise and the market is buzzing. From Elon Musk’s NFT song to Pringles, we’re taking you on a tour of the latest NFT news.
Crypto assets are not limited to art or crypto animals, they can be anything you want to make unique and collectable. You could make a speck of dust non-fungible if you wanted. But Pringles decided to go turn their delicious crisps into an NFT. You can’t eat those but you can collect them for sure!
Introducing our newest Pringles flavor: CryptoCrisp, an exclusive #NFT flavor created by artist #VasyaKolotusha. Only 50 exist, all starting at the price of a Pringles can. Click the link to get your *digital hands* on one! https://t.co/JA6Bas4Ez0
— Pringles (@Pringles) March 17, 2021
We know Elon has a way of influencing anything he touches or speaks about. Well it is no different with this NFT-themed song turned into an NFT. Eventually, he decided not to sell it though.
CEO and co-founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey is also hoping on the NFT trend and sold his first ever tweet as an NFT. Proceeds were for charity.
just setting up my twttr
— jack (@jack) March 21, 2006
WISeKey International Holdings stocks made a huge jump after the company annouced it will launch an NFT application for digital identity verification of valuable objects. That is the hype power of NFTs.
Though some argue that this artwork was not indeed an NFT, it is still a very impressive sale for digital art.
Yep, NFTs are not limited to art or music or Pringles, you can also collect soccer player cards. The rare collectible was sold on Sorare, a fantasy soccer game where players are available as NFTs.
WOW! 🚀 Congratulations to FC Camembert who has just smashed our #Sorare Market record.
The Unique 2020-21 Cristiano Ronaldo card was bought for $289920 on the Transfer Market. #OwnYourGame ⚽️
Price: $289920 pic.twitter.com/unLS9aXaN1
— Sorare (@SorareHQ) March 14, 2021