Veve, a company that specializes in digital collectibles, made an announcement on August 29 regarding the launch of digital variant non-fungible token (NFT) covers created by three different Marvel comic book artists. Veve and Marvel have revealed that the upcoming NFT drops, which are being referred to as the Marvel Artworks collection, will consist of limited edition, one-of-one releases of three Marvel comic book covers including Spider-Man and the Black Panther.
Veve Unveils Her Collection of Marvel Comics Artwork
Veve Digital Collectibles is the name of the company through which Marvel Entertainment continues to release new products for the trading card game industry. A recent announcement made by the two companies detailed their intentions to sell three limited edition NFTs that are part of the Marvel Artworks series. Veve has already collaborated with Marvel, and in 2021, they will be retiring digital collectibles based on Spider-Man and Captain America. In addition, Veve has worked along with DC Comics, a rival company to Marvel, as well as Walt Disney, a major entertainment company.
The most recent auction hosted by Veve and Marvel NFT got underway today and will continue until Friday, September 2, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. (PT). Veve says the sale is silent and that “all bids are hidden from auction participants and the highest offer wins after the auction timer expires.” The NFTs feature artwork from Sara Pichelli’s “Miles Morales: Spider-Man #25,” Brian Stelfreeze’s “Black Panther #25,” and Skottie Young’s “Amazing Spider-Man #1.” Veve employs the scaling solution Immutable X, a firm that recently worked with Gamestop’s
The most recent drop that Veve has done with Marvel came on August 23, when the two companies dropped NFTs for “Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #3.” The non-fungible tokens centered on the Secret Wars can be read in their entirety, have a total of five different cover rarities, and are packaged and sold in the form of blind boxes.
According to Google Trends, interest in 30-day non-fungible token sales has been plummeting since January and is currently down close to 10% compared to the prior month.
In the meantime, sales of non-fungible tokens have dropped by close to 10% over the course of the previous month when compared to the statistics recorded over the course of the previous 30 days. According to the stats provided by cryptoslam.io, although NFT sales were able to bring in $603.33 million during the most recent month, the month prior to that witnessed $666.93 million in NFT sales.
Immutable X is presently the third largest blockchain in terms of NFT sales, and sales of Immutable X-based NFTs climbed by 169% compared to the previous month. This puts Immutable X in the position of being the third largest blockchain for this month. According to statistics provided by Google Trends, interest in the word “NFT” is significantly lower than it was during the first month of January, when the search term received a score of 100 on the Google Trends scale. This week, the search phrase “NFT” is significantly lower and a lot more dismal than it was last week, as the inquiry has a GT score of approximately 14 for the week starting on August 21. Large companies such as Funko, Paramount, Warner Bros., Hasbro, Mattel, Atari, and Topps, among others, have continued to withdraw entertainment and brand-related NFTs throughout the year 2022, despite the fact that there is a lack of enthusiasm and a low volume of NFT sales.