On Wednesday, Starbucks dropped its First Store Collection of NFTs. There are 5,000 available for $100 apiece, and they are made to look like the first Starbucks establishment, which debuted in downtown Seattle in 1971.
The second batch of Trump Digital Trading Cards Series 2 non-fungible tokens (NFTs), which were released by the former US president, was sold out on the first day of availability, according to the project’s website.
The first NFT drop was launched on Nike’s Swoosh Web3 community network, which it unveiled months ago.
Trump’s Series 2 NFTs were all sold out
The second NFT collection from former US president Donald Trump has been completely sold out. Millions of dollars were made for the former President by the Series 2 of the Trump Digital Trading Cards, which included a Trump theme and was issued on April 18.
Trump’s first digital collectibles set was launched in December 2022, only four months before the publication of the current collection.
Using 1,000 of the 47,000 NFTs reserved by the developer, the second series of Trump Digital Trade Cards was created on the Ethereum sidechain network Polygon. Trump’s digital signature may be found on select cards, which are priced at $99 each, much like the initial drop in December 2022.
After more than two years, Donald Trump made a comeback on Instagram to promote the release of his new line of digital trading cards. Yet the news was initially disseminated on his own social media website, Truth Social.
Starbucks releases its “First Shop” NFT Collection on Polygon
One of the biggest and oldest coffee shop chains in the world, Starbucks, has returned to the NFT sector.
On Wednesday, the business unveiled a fresh NFT line. The collection, called The First Starbucks Shop, debuted on Nifty Gateway, an NFT marketplace on Polygon, a leader in Ethereum Layer-2 scalability.
A set of 5,000 stamps called The First Starbucks Store features a picture of the Pike Place location of the country’s first Starbucks. NFTs are $100 each.
In just over one month, Starbucks has released two NFT collections. On March 1, The Siren Collection Stamp went on sale, and it sold out in just 18 minutes. At now, $450 is the first NFT collection’s floor price.
The fact that Starbucks is still dropping NFT collections shows that traditional businesses are becoming more daring and embracing NFT technology gradually.
Nike reveals their First .Swoosh NFT Digital Sneaker Drop
Footwear giant Nike is releasing its first NFT drop there, months after launching its .Swoosh Web3 community platform.
The Our Force 1 (OF1) series will have Polygon virtual sneakers NFTs created to honor the iconic Nike Air Force 1 from 41 years ago.
In the drop, two different kinds of sneaker boxes: Classic Remix boxes, which include virtual versions of Air Force 1 sneaker from the 1982 to 2006 release period, and New Wave boxes, which contain pairs from the 2007 and later design eras.
Unknown numbers of more distinctive, customized AF1s with a “nostalgic touch” will be scattered amid Classic Remix boxes. Custom, expressive AF1s with a more “futuristic touch” will also be included with New Wave boxes.
Each virtual shoe box will cost $19.82, which pays homage to the year the Air Force 1 made its debut.. While purchasing NFTs, Nike will not accept cryptocurrency payments.
The total quantity of Our Force 1 NFTs that can be minted does not appear to have a predetermined cap.
There are already more than 330,000.Swoosh members, according to Nike. The platform is open to everyone, and membership is free.