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Adidas Originals climbs to second place on the OpenSea ratings

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Adidas has strongly embedded its sneakers in the metaverse. With the success of its exclusive NFT drop, after posting about a relationship with Coinbase and exhibiting its own Sandbox land piece. Rival Nike has also increased its digital reach by working with RTFKT, the top popular OpenSea collection at the time of writing, a virtual footwear and collectibles company.

The first NFT from Adidas Originals’ “Into the Metaverse” project raised 11,391 Ether (ETH) valued at over $43 million during its first weekend on OpeanSea. After RTFKT’s Clone X and Takashi Murakami’s collections. This series has won the second rank on OpeanSea based on transaction volume.
Adidas Originals collaborated with Bored Ape Yacht Club, PUNKS Comic. As well as and gmoney to produce a digital asset and sell 30,000 copies of it on December 17. In under 72 hours, nearly 20,000 copies of the Phase 1 NFT were sold, raising $43 million.

$15.5 million earned during the Early Access mint

This NFT is an entry token that grants its owner unique access to virtual gadgets in the Sandbox gaming metaverse in 2022. As well as the opportunity to redeem matching real items.
According to the corporation, $15.5 million was earned during the Early Access mint. Which had to be paused and restarted after many hours. Due to Mutant Ape Yacht Club’s inability to mint due to technical concerns.

Pixel Vault: a percentage of the OpenSea sale revenues returned into the PUNKS community fund

Holders of the NFT may also receive a tangible copy of PUNKS Comic Issue 2: X Marks the Drop. A graphic storey that features all of the set’s characters. The comic maybe also purchased separately through PUNKS Comic’s OpenSea profile. Pixel Vault, the developer team behind PUNKS Comic, said to have put a percentage of the OpenSea sale revenues returned into the PUNKS community fund.

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