There’s a lot of news about NFTs, collectibles and crypto art coming out every day, and today it’s the turn of DC Comics, Rare Pepe and a new gaming report from DappRadar.
DC Comics will be giving away their NFTs
For FanDome 2021 to be held this October, DC Comics will be using NFTs to attract viewers and spread the word about the event.
A few days ago, DC Comics announced a partnership with Palm NFT Studio to create a new line of NFTs related to the streaming event. To encourage users to attend the event, DC Comics will be giving away collectibles representing the covers of its popular superhero comics.
As of 5 October, DC has begun offering a free NFT to anyone who registers to attend the DC FanDome 2021 streaming event on 16 October. Users can unlock a second free NFT by also sharing news about the event via their social channels.
A new Rare Pepe goes on sale
The creator of the now-famous NFTs in the Rare Pepe series has created a new card called “FEELSGOODMAN”, bringing the collection to an end.
Mattie Furie, the creator of these collectibles, released a new card on 5 October and put it up for sale on the Chainsaw.fun marketplace.
In the description on the website, it says that this NFT was born out of the “desire for this Pepe to bring peace between BTC and ETH communities”, which have always been historically at odds.
Gaming and NFTs cause dApps to grow
According to the latest report published by DappRadar.com, during the third quarter of 2021, the activity of dApps (decentralized applications) increased thanks to gaming and NFTs.
According to the report, “play and earn” games would have attracted as many as 754 thousand unique wallets per day, mostly used to play Axie Infinity, which in total reportedly moved almost $2 billion.
Moreover, during this quarter, user diversification was a key component, with many wallets also being opened on Solana and Terra.
Overall, the sector is reported to have grown 25% from the previous quarter and 500% year-on-year.