- Marvel has joined Veve with an intent to auction its recent NFTs.
- Veve will release digital variant NFT covers belonging to three Marvel comic book artists.
- The limited edition NFT drops will feature Spider Man and Black Panther.
Marvel Entertainment is going strong on its journey of blessing the NFT industry with purposeful products in collaboration with Veve Digital Collectibles.
Both companies have shared plans of dropping three limited edition non-fungible tokens belonging to the Marvel Artworks collection. Last year, Veve partnered with Marvel to drop Spider Man and Captain America digital collectibles. Moreover, Veve has also partnered with DC Comics and Walt Disney.
Veve and Marvel NFT auction began today and will continue until September 2 at 2:00 p.m. (PT). The bidding price is set at $1,500 each digital collectible.
According to Veve, the bids have been kept hidden from auction participants. The highest bid will win after the auction timer expires.
.@skottieyoung has been writing & drawing for @Marvel for over 20 years. He’s behind the Young Variants seen on VeVe!— VeVe | Digital Collectibles (@veve_official) August 29, 2022
This 1/1 variant cover artwork for Amazing Spider-Man #1 is available now via silent auction only on the VeVe web app: https://t.co/ajxEIpZEMt#MARVELxVeVe pic.twitter.com/WeJOnWnORc
Artwork from Sara Pichelli’s “Miles Morales: Spider-Man #25,” Skottie Young’s “Amazing Spider-Man #1″ and Brian Stelfreeze’s “Black Panther #25″ will be featured in the NFTs.
On August 23, Veve collaborated with Marvel to drop “Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #3” NFTs. These NFTs are entirely readable, are distributed in a format of blind box and provide five cover rarities.
In the last month, sales of NFTs are down to about 10% as compared to the statistics of the 30 days before. During the last month, NFT sales were $603.33 million; however, in the month before it, the sales earned $666.93 million.
In NFT sales, Immutable X is the third largest blockchain this month. Coming to NFT sales, they increased by 169% in comparison to the month prior. According to Google Trends data, the interest in the “NFT” term has gone extremely low in comparison to January, when 100 was the GT score of the search term.
Talking about this week, the NFT search term is significantly lower with a GT score of around 14.