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Adidas Originals reaches second spot on OpenSea rankings with debut NFT collection

On its debut weekend, the first NFT from the Adidas Originals “To the Metaverse” project Generated 11,391 ether (ETH), Worth more than $ 43 million in Ocean Sea. Ranked by volume, this collection has won the second spot in the Ocean Sea after RTFKT’s Clone X and Takashi Murakami’s collections.

In collaboration with Bored Ape Yacht Club, PUNKS Comic, and gmoney, Adidas Originals co-created one digital asset and sold 30,000 copies of the same item on December 17th. So far, about 20,000 copies of Phase 1 NFT have been sold. ..

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According to the company, $ 15.5 million was earned during early access mint, which had to be paused and resumed after a few hours due to the technical problem that the Mutant Ape Yacht Club couldn’t mint. ..

This NFT is not a collector’s item, but an access token that gives owners exclusive access to the virtual wearables of the Sandbox Game Metaverse and the ability to redeem their physical products for 2022.

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NFT owners will also receive a physical version of PUNKS Comic Issue 2: X Marks the Drop, a graphic story about all the characters in the collection. This comic can also be purchased individually with PUNKS Comic’s OpenSea profile. Pixel Vault, a team of PUNKS Comic developers, reportedly received a portion of the proceeds from the sale of OpenSea and returned it to the PUNKS community’s finances.

rear Tweet Adidas is firmly committed to its partnership with Coinbase and to introduce its own Sandbox parcels. Planted Metaverse sneakers have been a successful exclusive NFT drop.Rival Nike has also expanded its digital footprint by partnering RTFKT, a brand of virtual sneakers and collectibles, The most trending OpenSea collection at the time of publication.