The firm had inaugurated its collection last week with Spider Man.
Last week, Marvel entered the world of non-fungible tokens ( NFTs ) with the release of a Spider-Man digital collection . At the time, Dan Buckley, the company’s president, celebrated the entry into the crypto ecosystem and promised new releases throughout the month. Finally, the second came: Captain America .
The partnership between Marvel Entertainment and crypto platform VeVe will add new collectibles to superhero NFTs . Captain America will have different versions, and there will also be pieces of Bucky Barnes and Red Skull, characters from the saga. They will all be priced at $13 , but the number of editions released will vary .
Steve Rogers , the first Captain America, will have 28,888 copies, as will Sam Wilson ‘s . John F. Walker will have 18,888, while Bucky Barnes will have 11,888. His deadly nemesis, the Red Skull , will have 4,888 editions.
As announced by the companies, the new NFTs will be sold in a “blind box”. The curious thing is that they will have a rarity that will make them ” special “, and that will motivate collectors to collect them. It is at that point where their value soars to be marketed within the ecosystem .