No day in the non-fungible token (NFT) realm is ever mundane.
In today’s roundup of NFT news, discover how Starbucks Korea is venturing into the NFT space with its pioneering project, ‘STARBUCKS STAR★LIGHT,’ offering limited edition NFTs as rewards for customers who integrate personal cups into their daily routines. The NFTs, designed in collaboration with Korea’s digital art platform ‘Print Bakery,’ showcase diverse digital artwork centered around the theme of ‘My Own Cup.’
Meanwhile, the Nyan Heroes team has secured a spot in the NFT headlines by announcing the release of its upcoming PC battle royale shooter on the Epic Games Store. Nyan Heroes, a free-to-play game utilizing NFTs as an ownership layer for certain digital assets, will feature a marketplace allowing users to trade in-game items both within and outside gameplay sessions.
In the realm of top-performing NFT collections, Pudgy Penguins takes the spotlight as today’s best performer among the top five collections by sales volume. With a significant increase in sales volume, transactions, buyers, and sellers, Pudgy Penguins has climbed to the fourth position. The project recently announced the alpha launch of Pudgy World, a Web3 game on the Ethereum Layer 2 network zkSync Era, set to debut in Q1 of this year. Additionally, a partnership with Old Master Q for their 60th Anniversary introduces the Pudgy Penguins brand to a new audience in Asia, culminating in a month-long pop-up event and exhibition by Hong Kong artist Joseph Wong and Pavilion Kuala Lumpur’s CEO, Dato’ Joyce Yap.