This week, yet another well-known celebrity joined the NFT bandwagon. Scottie Pippen, NBA Hall of Famer, launched an NFT project that sold out in just 77 seconds. 1,000 unique NFT metaverse-wearable sneakers from the “Scottie Pippen SP33” drop sold for a mint price of 0.2 ETH ($241) each. According to reports, “just about any ecosystem” is compatible with the Ethereum-based NFTs.
According to OpenSea data, the floor price has since increased to 0.42 ETH ($507), and the project has generated 211 ETH ($255,000) in trading volume since December 21.
The lucky Winner gets a chance to play Golf with Scottie Pippen
A small number of randomly selected holders will also be given extra benefits, including 33 physical pairs of sneakers. However, two opportunities to play golf with Pippen, and one lucky individual will be given a tour of Pippen’s hometown and dinner afterward.
The Web3 entertainment company Orange Comet, also created a collection for Sir Anthony Hopkins and saw a seven-minute sellout. However, which appears to have a good handle on the format, collaborated on the creation of the NFTs.
About Scottie Pippen’s NFTs
Scottie Pippen’s NFTs, like Hopkins’ NFT collection, was produced in collaboration with Orange Comet. “Selling out this iconic NFT collection and beating our previous record with Sir Anthony Hopkins’ drop is an incredible way to close out 2022,” the CEO and co-founder Dave Broome said. Additionally, according to Broome, the collections’ success is a true testament to the effort that goes into making them.
In essence, Orange Comet’s first line of digital wearables is Scott Pippen’s NFT collection. All Scottie Pippen NFT owners will be added to the Allowlist for the upcoming Orange Comet phydigital launch in 2023. Broome thinks the business will assist in bringing on board a large number of new users for Web3.
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