The appeal of blockchain-based non-fungible tokens (NFTs) refuses to wane. Cryptocurrency lost a lot of value in 2022, but the launch of his new NFT keeps enthusiasts busy.
Some of the new NFT collections belong to big names such as actor Bill Murray and singer Madonna. His NFT on Nickelodeon was also released last month, and assets related to the famous jewelry brand Tiffany & Co. have also been blocked. Today, however, let’s take a look at two of his collections related to relatively less popular and brand new brands.
Their names are Lululand and the Alien Secret Society. Explore.
Lululand World NFT
LuluLand is a digital city in The Sandbox’s wider metaverse. Besides being an immersive space with games, virtual lands and digital assets, it prides itself on being a Web 3.0 “advertising solution”. LuluLand began issuing “Genesis” premium passes in May of this year. Pass holders can earn digital in-game items such as ‘Lulusword’.
Last week, LuluLand also hosted an AMA (Ask Me Anything) with giveaways like NFTs in LuluLand village homes. It is worth noting that his NFT platform on Binance has a seemingly separate set of his NFTs available that should not be confused with LuluLand. We offer Lulu Market land NFTs under the title Lulu Market Limited Land.
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Alien Secret Society NFT — Expensive?
The project bills itself as an “exclusive” business club, also known as A$$. The project seems to have followed in the footsteps of CryptoPunk and BAYC. In the Alien Secret Society, NFTs (9,999 in number) are associated with alien characters and have uniqueness based on their traits.
Some of these alien NFTs are claimed to offer privileges such as access to exclusive events within the A$$ Club. This project uses his Ethereum service for issuing NFTs. For now, the Alien Secret Society’s assets are trading on OpenSea after the first minting and public sale in December 2021.
At the time of writing, the lowest price for an asset on OpenSea’s marketplace is 0.04 ETH. This is very low when compared to the prices at which other popularly named assets such as CryptoPunk and Beeple were traded.
The LuluLand World NFT was released in May 2022, but the collection failed to make the impact that Beeple and Pak’s artwork did. Another Lulu Market project is also selling Rand NFTs, and its success or failure will be revealed in the coming months. On the other hand, the alien secret society NFT seems to have failed to attract high bids from enthusiasts.
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