The NFTs

The NFT, these famous non-fungible tokens, have become very popular and have been growing steadily in recent years. In terms of figures, the sales volume of NFTs has even reached 24.9 billion dollars in 2021, an impressive figure! More and more sectors are entering the NFT market: sports, music, tweeting, art... The speculation and profit made on these digital objects is evolving and becoming more and more important day by day. But what can you sell with NFTs? Top 5 examples of NFTs! 

1- The art market

NFT : "Everyday: The First Thousand Days"

Creator : Beeple 

Selling price : 69.3 million $

Beeple is a major player in NFT who probably changed the history of art with the creation of his work "Everyday: The Fist Five Thousand Days". Sold in 2021 at auction for $69.3 million to the renowned auction house Christie's, Beeple created a different digital work every day for 13 years. His goal was to improve his graphic design day by day, especially by keeping his drawings. Based on this experience, Beeple compiled his first 5,000 drawings into a Jpeg image to create his NFT. It is now the third most expensive work sold at auction on the digital art market.

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nft-beeple

1- The art market

NFT : "Everyday: The First Thousand Days"

Creator : Beeple 

Selling price : 69.3 million $

Beeple is a major player in NFT who probably changed the history of art with the creation of his work "Everyday: The Fist Five Thousand Days". Sold in 2021 at auction for $69.3 million to the renowned auction house Christie's, Beeple created a different digital work every day for 13 years. His goal was to improve his graphic design day by day, especially by keeping his drawings. Based on this experience, Beeple compiled his first 5,000 drawings into a Jpeg image to create his NFT. It is now the third most expensive work sold at auction on the digital art market.

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2- The fashion market

NFT : Adidas Originals 

Creator: Adidas 

Selling price: 0.2 ETH per unit on The SandBox, i.e. about 700€.

Ready-to-wear brands are also entering the NFT market. This is the case of Adidas, the famous German brand specialising in sports. In partnership with Coinbase, the brand launched its NFT collection and also bought land in The SandBox. The brand's collection was a great success and soon became one of the top 50 NFT collections in terms of sales. The brand's NFTs are unique images of monkey-like characters. Among the brands on The Sandbox, Adidas has also been selling its NFTs since December 2021. The purchase of these NFTs gives buyers exclusive access to digital accessories that can be used in the game, but also in the physical world. For example, limited edition Adidas sweatshirts can be purchased. Luxury brands are also available in the metaverse such as Gucci which has its own concept store where unique pieces can be purchased.

3- The video game market

Sorare is a French start-up offering an online fantasy football game. Within the game, it is possible to buy NFT cards of real football players in order to enlarge one's collection. With their collection, players can build the best team and win as many victories as possible. Being NFTs, they are unique cards that only the buyer can hold. Depending on the card, its rarity and the player in question, the cards are more expensive and are considered relatively rare. There are 5 categories of NFT cards in the game: 

Unique : 1 card per season 

Super Rare : 10 cards per season 

Rare : 100 cards per season 

Limitations: 1,000 cards per season

Users can buy, sell and trade player cards to create their own virtual team. The game is based on the Ethereum blockchain to secure ownership so that it cannot be changed, duplicated or even duplicated. This technology ensures a secure card exchange for the 600,000+ users worldwide.

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sorare-card

3- The video game market

Sorare is a French start-up offering an online fantasy football game. Within the game, it is possible to buy NFT cards of real football players in order to enlarge one's collection. With their collection, players can build the best team and win as many victories as possible. Being NFTs, they are unique cards that only the buyer can hold. Depending on the card, its rarity and the player in question, the cards are more expensive and are considered relatively rare. There are 5 categories of NFT cards in the game: 

Unique : 1 card per season 

Super Rare : 10 cards per season 

Rare : 100 cards per season 

Limitations: 1,000 cards per season

Users can buy, sell and trade player cards to create their own virtual team. The game is based on the Ethereum blockchain to secure ownership so that it cannot be changed, duplicated or even duplicated. This technology ensures a secure card exchange for the 600,000+ users worldwide.

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4- The sports market

NBA Top Shop is a virtual marketplace where basketball fans can collect, sell and buy NBA-approved video footage, also known as "moments". These videos are comparable to trading cards featuring an action by a well-known player. This platform was designed by Drapper Labs in partnership with the NBA, National Basketball Association. NBA Top Shot uses blockchain technology to encrypt each moment so that it cannot be copied. The different video sequences are collected in "packages". There are different packages depending on their value: 

Common : nine common moments produced in 1,000 copies or more at a price of 9$

Rare : seven common and rare moments with between 999 and 150 copies of rare moments for 22$

Legends : six common moments, three rare moments and one legendary moment, i.e. 10 moments produced in 99 copies or less at a price of 230$

Depending on the rarity of the moments and the players featured, the moments are sold at higher prices. The platform is also launching exclusive packs featuring historic moments from the season. Packs "Run It Back 2005/2006For example, "The World Cup" was launched in October 2021 to illustrate key moments of the season such as legends Lebron James, Allen Iverson, Tracy McGrady...

5- A virtual shop

The famous sign Spring recently launched its first virtual shop featuring 30 NFTs designed by the artist Romain Froquet. Faithful to the architecture of the boulevard Haussmann in Paris, visitors can walk around the shop, do some virtual shopping while discovering the NFTs created by the painter Romain Froquet. These NFTs were created using the Arianee blockchain. It allows the security of the winners' virtual wallet in which the NFTs are stored. These digital works are put into play via a weekly draw and one winner will even win a physical work. This unique experience combines virtual visits, 3D and NFTs: an innovative idea that is right up to date!

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Mesh

5- A virtual shop

The famous sign Spring recently launched its first virtual shop featuring 30 NFTs designed by the artist Romain Froquet. Faithful to the architecture of the boulevard Haussmann in Paris, visitors can walk around the shop, do some virtual shopping while discovering the NFTs created by the painter Romain Froquet. These NFTs were created using the Arianee blockchain. It allows the security of the winners' virtual wallet in which the NFTs are stored. These digital works are put into play via a weekly draw and one winner will even win a physical work. This unique experience combines virtual visits, 3D and NFTs: an innovative idea that is right up to date!