NFT developer Dapper Labs launched the UFC Strike non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace on Feb. 18, contributing to a 50% increase in NFT sales on the Flow blockchain over the past 24 hours. hours.

Dapper Labs is the company behind NBA Top Shot, CryptoKitties, and Flow blockchain.

UFC Strike, another signature product, is an NFT collection based on fighters and moments from the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Now, fans can exchange their NFTs in the UFC Strike Marketplace dedicated to the collection.

The new launch has helped Flow climb to third place among blockchains by NFT sales volume according to CryptoSlam. At the time of writing, Flow trails behind Ethereum and Ronin with a turnover of $2.1 million in the last 24 hours. This is a 50% increase from the same time yesterday.

Also contributing to the sudden increase in sales volume at Flow is the new NBA All-Star VIP Pass NFT Collection that launched on February 17 through NBA Top Shot. Each of the 30 NFTs in this collection grants holders access to the next five star games.

Creepy NFTs from Crypt TV

Metaverse content curator Metaversal has partnered with monster story producers Crypt TV to issue non-fungible tokens (NFTs) based on characters from the Monster Universe intellectual property (IP).

Monster Fight Club is the name of the new collection of NFTs containing 10,000 NFTs. The jump into the NFT space will help Crypt TV transform into a Web3 company that “fully embraces NFTs as the future of IP creation and ownership,” according to the Feb. 17 announcement.

Collectors can mint up to 10 unique Monster Fight Club NFTs from a single wallet. Titles included in the collection are The Birch, Brute, Cakeman, Fluffy, Harclaw, Look-See, Miss Annity, Mordeo, The Thing, and Walter. The days of sale will be on March 9, 16 and 23.

Holders will be able to assign their NFT as a profile picture or as a monster avatar for use in the Metaverse.

An NFT that guarantees free rides for life

A new initiative from travel startup Travel Tribe issues 50 Proof of Attendance Protocol (POAP) NFTs to people who book trips to Southeast Asia through its service.

The POAP grants holders annual free trips to Thailand, Bali and Cambodia. Through this effort, Travel Tribe hopes to boost sales as the world begins to recover from Covid restrictions.

Travelers can also rest assured that customer revenue supports the growth of the local industry. The founder of Travel Tribe told Cointelegraph today: “Our tours support the local community by ensuring local guides are hired and local businesses in the supply chain are backed up with regular audits and quality checks.”

The artistic process as a NFT collection

Famed Hollywood photographer Frederic Auerbach has started auctioning off his NFT Master Series which captures images of Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mike Tyson, Sharon Stone and Natalie Portman.

Items from each star in the collection will be sold as a set of NFTs. The sets contain a high-resolution digital NFT photo of a star, a dynamic NFT showing various edits of the image, an autographed, high-resolution print of the master photo, and a 1/1 NFT video of the behind-the-scenes interview. detailing Auerbach’s creative approach to each session.

They are currently being auctioned on the NFT Accursed Share gallery and minting platform.

Other clever news

Vivid Labs CEO Halsey Minor told Cointelegraph that NFTs “may be more valuable if they are connected to real-world products.” There is a big difference between static art, like songs or artwork, and dynamic assets that can be upgraded like NFTs.

Youtuber Coffeezilla posted a video showing how a $20 million NFT scam was foiled before it hit the market. The Squiggles NFT project had 230,000 followers on Twitter before it was exposed as a scheme perpetrated by serial scammers.

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