The demand for non-fungible tokens (NFT) continues.
Marval announced a partnership with blockchain platform VeVe to sell non-fungible NFT tokens from the Spider-Man character this weekend.
The initial series of “NFT” will include five different variants of “Marval” superheroes, at a cost of between $40 and $400.
Marval enters the crypto space:
Held company “Marvel Entertainment” giant comic books partnership withplatform “VeVe” to launchfirst NFT official figure”SpiderMan”.
NFT Collectibles will be available to superhero fans starting Saturday, August 7th.
32,000 people will get the chance to buy the cheapest option at $40, while 1,000 of the most expensive NFTs will cost about $400 each.
Dan Buckley, President of Marvel Entertainment, said:
The release of Spider-Man tokens as non-fungible NFT tokens is just the beginning as it may release more digital superhero collectibles later this month.
Spider-Man is one of the most legendary superheroes in the Marvel universe, so it’s the best way to start experiencing global digital collectibles with VeVe.
We can’t wait to bring more exciting points to Marval fans and collectors throughout August and beyond.
In turn, David Yu, co-founder and CEO of VeVe, praised the partnership with the entertainment company and revealed that they have been working on the collaboration for some time.
It is very exciting to see our collaboration with Marval finally pay off.
We can’t wait to offer fans unique ways to collect their favorite Marvel superhero memorabilia in digital form.
Marval has been a great partner and we look forward to celebrating Marval month with fans around the world on the VeVe app.
Non-fungible NFT tokens have been a hot topic in recent months, and many companies, actors, singers, and athletes have joined this frenzy.
Back in May, Fox partnered with Dan Harmon, co-founder of the Rick and Morty anime, to develop an animated series based on blockchain technology.