“Marvel Moon” is coming: Spider-Man becomes the first NFT superhero IP
NFT single price is as high as 400 US dollars. This is Marvel’s first official encrypted collection. It will be launched on the VeVe market this month, and more IPs will be launched later this month.
Spider-Man digital sculptures will be released this weekend, each priced between 40 and 400 US dollars, and other Marvel NFTs will be launched later in August.
When the NFT market broke out early this year, Marvel Entertainment did not immediately join the competition, but in June, the comic giant announced plans to release NFTs through the VeVe market. This weekend, Spider-Man will introduce Marvel to the NFT world.
Today, Marvel and VeVe announced that this comic hero waving a spider web will be the protagonist of their first NFT product. There will be five different Spider-Man collectibles starting this Saturday (August 7th). Available for purchase.
The price of the Spider-Man digital collection ranges from US$40 to US$400 each, and the total number decreases with every step of price increase. For example, the ordinary “The Amazing Spider-Man” NFT can be purchased by up to 32,000 buyers, while the rare “Ultimate Animated Spider-Man” NFT will only be available for 1,000 online.
NFT stands for the ownership of provably scarce digital items verified by the blockchain, and can take the form of video clips, static images, tokenized tweets, or other completely different forms. Like many other VeVe collections, these Spider-Man NFTs are 3D “digital statues” that can be viewed from all angles and displayed in the user’s own customizable virtual showroom.
Spider-Man will be the first to appear in this collaboration, and more NFTs will be released during August, which is what VeVe calls “Marvel Moon.” Later this month, VeVe will provide five variant covers of “Marvel Comics #1”, an original comic book released by the company in 1939, introducing Thunderbolt and Aquaman Namo. The book will be sold as a “blind box”, priced at $6.99 per NFT.
VeVe will also launch the blind box series of Captain America NFT in the form of “Marvel Mightys” digital characters. The set will include the characters Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson, Bucky Barnes, John F. Walker and Red Skull, and each blind box NFT will be priced at $13.
VeVe was the first company to partner with Marvel Entertainment to create an official NFT, although interestingly they are not the first authorized NFT ever to feature Marvel characters. In 2018, 20th Century Fox cooperated with Atom Tickets to release an NFT digital poster based on its movie Deadpool 2, which contained Marvel characters but was not produced in-house by Marvel Studios. Disney, which owns Marvel, has acquired 20th Century Fox.
The broader NF market broke out in early 2021. Driven by the rise of NBA Top Shot, NFT artwork, and chain games such as Axie Infinity and The Sandbox, NFT transaction volume reached $2.5 billion in the first half of this year. In the late spring and early summer, the hustle and bustle around NFT calmed down, but due to the high price of NFT sales and the increase in overall transaction volume, the market has recently become popular again.
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