Marvel Launches Captain America NFT series
Marvel Entertainment has announced the launch of its latest NFT series featuring tokenized Captain America collectibles. In partnership with VeVe, Marvel Entertainment has revealed the first edition of the Marvel Mightys collectibles.
The series will be inaugurated by Captain America digital tokens including unique tokens of Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson, Bucky Barnes, and John F. Walker — and their most deadly nemesis, the Red Skull. The auction is scheduled for today, August 14. Captain America NFT auction will be accessible to the global audience. All individual digital figures will possess different levels of rarity, respectively, and with this Marvel Mightys drop, will only be sold in a Blind Box format for the US $13.00.
The Marvel Mightys — Season 1 — Captain America series will feature:
Spider-Man NFT series
Marvel Mightys Captain America launch followed last week’s Spider-Man release, which was part of the Modern Marvel Series 1 — Spider-Man. Both these NFT series have been launched during the ‘Marvel Month’ celebration. Spider-Man broke the internet with the sale of all 60,500 digital statues in just 24 hours of the launch.
Furthermore, with the First-ever Marvel NFT launch, Spider-Man, the company confirmed foreseeable NFT hauls for the fans, in partnership with VeVe. Superhero tokens from Marvel like Spider-Man, Wolverine, Iron Man, Captain America, along with digital comic books have been incorporated in the Marvel Month celebration.
“Spider-Man is one of the most legendary superheroes in the Marvel Universe, so there was no better way to kick off our global digital collectibles experience with Veve…We can’t wait to bring Marvel fans and collectors even more exciting drops throughout August and beyond.”, said Dan Buckley, the president of Marvel Entertainment.
NFT market is blooming this year with a hiking upwards streak of popularity. More players are joining the NFT sphere to catch up with the trending and profitable digital network. Business Magazines, Sports legends, multi-million-dollar art galleries; commercial giants like Coca-Cola, and even High-fashion brands have incorporated NFTs into their marketing plans for 2021, and the list is only getting longer and more expensive.Source