On August 29, digital collectibles company Veve announced that the platform had launched digital non-fungible token (NFT) covers from three Marvel comics artists. Veve and Marvel have clarified that the NFT drops called the Marvel Artworks Collection will be limited-edition, 1-on-1 versions of three Marvel comic book covers featuring Spider-Man and Black Panther.
Veve Unveils Her Marvel Art Collection
Marvel Entertainment continues to release products for the NFT industry with the Veve Digital Collectibles company. The two companies recently revealed plans to drop three limited-edition NFTs from the Marvel Artworks collection. Veve has worked with Marvel in the past, dropping Spider-Man and Captain America digital collectibles in 2021. Additionally, Veve has collaborated with Marvel competitor DC Comics and entertainment giant Walt Disney.
The latest Veve and Marvel NFT Auction started today and will run until Friday, September 2, 2022 at 2:00 PM (PT). Bidding starts at $1,500 per digital collectible and Veve says the auction is silent, and “all bids are hidden from auction participants and the highest bid wins once the timer expires. auction expired”.
The NFTs feature artwork from “Miles Morales: Spider-Man #25” by Sara Pichelli, “Black Panther #25” by Brian Stelfreeze, and “Amazing Spider-Man #1” by Skottie Young. Veve is powered by scaling solution Immutable X, a company that recently partnered with Gamestop’s NFT platform last February.
The last straw Veve made with Marvel was six days ago, on August 23, when the two companies dropped the “Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #3” NFTs. The Secret Wars-centric non-fungible tokens are fully readable and offer five cover rarities and are distributed in blind box format.
30-day NFT sales are down almost 10% from the previous month, Google Trends shows interest in NFT has plunged since January
Meanwhile, sales of non-fungible tokens are down nearly 10% in the past month, compared to stats recorded over the previous 30 days. NFT sales managed to collect $603.33 million in the last month of sales, but the previous month saw $666.93 million in NFT sales, according to metrics from cryptoslam.io.
Immutable X is currently the third largest blockchain this month, in terms of NFT sales, and Immutable X-based NFT sales are up 169% from the previous month. Data from Google Trends indicates that interest in the term “NFT” is very low compared to the first month of January, when the search term had a GT score of 100.
This week, the search term “NFT” is much lower and much dimmer, as the query has a GT score of around 14 for the week starting August 21. The lack of interest and low sales volume of NFT has not ceased. companies like Funko, Paramount, Warner Bros., Hasbro, Mattel, Atari, Topps, and more due to the continued removal of entertainment and brand related NFTs in 2022.
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