- Together with blockchain business Funko, Paramount has launched a new NFT trading card collection.
- Funko is a blockchain firm based in the United States that produces and sells pop culture NFTs, accessories, and toys.
- Paramount will blend well-known Funko figures with cutting-edge NFT technology to create digital trading cards.
The popular Nickelodeon cartoon show’s creator, Paramount, one of the top producers of high-end entertainment programming, has teamed up with blockchain startup Funko to introduce a new line of non-fungible token trading cards.
The new Nickelodeon cartoon-inspired NFT collection will debut, Paramount and Funko revealed in a February 10 site article. An American blockchain company, Funko, creates and markets pop culture NFTs, accessories, and toys.
As a result of the new integration, Paramount plans to release fresh NFTs starring popular animated series from the network, such as Invader Zim, Rocko’s Modern Life, Rugrats, and CatDog.
To develop digital trading cards, Paramount will combine renowned Funko figures with cutting-edge NFT technology. Funko is recognized for providing fans with a distinctive and secure way to share and own a piece of pop culture history.
Fans can collect and trade their preferred Nickelodeon characters using the new digital trading cards. Additionally, owners of these cards will have the chance to obtain an actual Funko collectible.
According to the site’s announcement, Paramount will release its brand-new Funko x Nickelodeon NFT collection on Droppp.io, a marketplace for digital assets that gives collectors an easy and secure way to buy digital assets.
The first NFT digital collection to be released from Paramount Global and RECUR’s multi-year cooperation to bring Paramount’s iconic entertainment brands and characters to the metaverse is Star TrekTM, which was revealed last year. Starting on April 9th, fans will have access to Star TrekTM digital collectibles via Paramount.xyz, the website where they can access beloved franchises and iconic IPs from Paramount as NFTs.
Fans may buy, acquire, and exchange NFTs as digital collectibles across Paramount’s top portfolio of brands, including Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV, BET, CBS, Showtime Networks Inc., and more, through this fan-focused platform that Paramount and RECUR have developed.
On the Droppp NFT platform, the new Funko x Nickelodeon digital collectibles will go on sale on February 14. There will be a 21,250 pack restriction for the NFT project. Premium and basic collector packs are available for digital trading cards.