Some things never die. Such as in the case of the forever-immortalized as a childhood stable, Hot Wheels.
Now, they’re not just for kids. Hot Wheels in collaboration with Worldwide Asset eXchange released their first NFT collection last year, The Hot Wheels NFT Garage, which sold out. Due to the positive response, the two have once again joined forces to release their second.
Garage Series 2 features 10 “licensed vehicle models within the different Mini-Collections available,” according to Motor1.com.
The new collection will feature cars from two well-known automakers: GM and Honda.
“The four rarity types from Series 1 are still intact for Series 2, though there's an additional one called Show Room that has a pull chance of just 0.14 percent. In total, there are up to 184,250 NFT cards available in Series 2.
“The sale of Hot Wheels NFT Garage Series 2 begins on March 31, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. ET and can be unboxed at 4:00 p.m. ET. Each pack of seven collectible NFTs will be priced at $25 USD. Fans can purchase up to four packs per credit card transaction.” - Motor1.
South Africa’s Liliesleaf Museum has auctioned off a digital collection of Nelson Mandela’s original arrest warrant.
The warrant, which sold for 1.9M rands, equivalent to $130K USD, was sold to help the museums sites stay afloat in the wake of the 2020 pandemic.
In a move that is being hailed as a game changer for the entertainment industry, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the launch of the WB Movieverse with The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (Extended Version) Web3 Movie Experience NFT. This groundbreaking new release will allow fans to engage with the film in ways never before possible!
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