• Captain America: The First Avenger NFT Series Is Revealed by Marvel

  • Marvel intends to secure a position in the NFT space by releasing collectibles of superheroes.

    According to Marvel, Captain America NFT collectibles will be released to commemorate the superhero’s birthday. This was inspired by the success of Spider-Man NFTs last month.

    The new NFT will also mark Captain America’s 80th anniversary since his debut in 1941. Fans can now purchase Captain America’s digital statue, which depicts him as he first appeared.

    As a result, Marvel collaborated with VeVe and Orbis Blockchain Technologies to launch the NFT collectibles. The collectibles will also be minted and made available to users on VeVe’s marketplace.

    Captain America – Ultimate Animated Digital Statue: Marvel expands

    The new collectibles will be available in five digital statues, each in a limited quantity and at a different price. Collectibles include, for example, the First Avenger pack (Common), Charging into Battle statues (Uncommon), and the Captain America Punch (Rare). There will also be Captain America Animated (Ultra Rare) and Captain America Ultimate Animated editions (Secret Rare).

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    Meanwhile, Marvel’s main rival, DC Comics, has also hired Veve to create its own line of collectibles.

    Without a doubt, DC unveiled a one-of-a-kind black and white color-themed collection of digital Batman statues. The comics platform, which also featured a slew of other well-known superheroes, hinted that several more would be released soon.

    As a result, in a letter written by Jay Kogan, senior vice president of legal affairs at DC Comics, they disclosed that the company was looking into entering the NFT space.

    Furthermore, the new DC Collectibles will be available in four different designs, each with a limited quantity and price.

    NFT Market Capitalization

    The NFT market as a whole has seen significant growth and an increase in activity recently. For example, Opensea, the largest NFT marketplace on the Ethereum blockchain, had USD 3.4 billion in transactions. Collectibles are still in high demand, and the NFT market shows no signs of slowing down.

    According to Coingecko, the market cap of NFT tokens at the time of publication was $33.3 billion. Over the last 24 hours, it has had a total trading volume of $5.1 billion.

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