NFTs Weekly News #12 - Entertainment: Puma launches its collection of NFTs

Prepare yourself for some exciting NFT updates!

Our NFTs Weekly News Series has just released a brand-new article that covers the latest developments in the world of celebrity, music, sports, and art NFTs. Keep reading to uncover all the exciting details and remain informed about the most popular trends in the NFTs entertainment market.


šŸ—½ Brands/Celebrities - Adidas, Sony, GQ, Lamborghini, Kyrie Irving;
šŸŽµ Music NFTs - Napster, Sound, ATP;
āš½ Sports NFTs - NBA, Sorare, Chinese Super League;
šŸ¤– AI Art - Images through the eyes of an AI;
šŸ¤£ Meme of the week - Look PAPA, it's not PAPA!

šŸ—½ Brands / Celebrities

  • Puma launches its collection of NFTs. The launch comes as puma celebrates 75 years in business and one year since buying ENS puma.eth. The mint date will be on February 22nd. The total supply will be 10k NFTs, of which only 4K will be available for purchase at a mint price of 0.15 ETH. You can still join the waitlist here, using premint.

  • Neal Mohan, YouTube's new CEO is friendly with Web3 & NFTs. He has previously pointed out that NFTs could be an important tool for content creators to develop additional revenue streams by tokenizing videos, photos, art, and/or experiences.

  • WAGMI United and Adidas expand their partnership with a second drop announced.

  • Kyrie Irving has filed a trademark application for "NO CONCERN," which covers NFTs. Kyrie is an American basketball player who plays for the Brooklyn Nets in the NBA.

  • Sony teams up with Astar Network and launches a Web3 incubator program. The program is aimed at projects that focus on the utility of NFTs and DAOs. The incubation program will run from mid-March to mid-June this year. Applications for the program opened on February 17th and close on March 6th, with those accepted to be divided into 10 to 15 cohorts.

  • GQ magazine will launch its first NFT collection, which will be tied to IRL rewards. Holders will have access to a magazine subscription, various products, and live events.

  • Lamborghini launches a new collection of NFTs. This time in partnership with Veve. This collection will represent the Hurcan STO model with different levels of rarity.

lamborghini nfts

šŸŽµ Music NFTs

  • Coopahtroopa urges us to seize the moment. While there are about 11 million artists on Spotify, there are less than 1000 on Sound.

  • Napster acquires Mint Song, an NFT marketplace focused on music. For those who don't know, Napster, launched in 1999, was the first peer-to-peer music-sharing service.

  • Sound adds top charts. We'll be able to browse the top 100 songs sorted by total volume, just by clicking on Charts.

  • ATP auctioned off a one-of-a-kind NFT from the LOVE collection to raise funds for those affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. It was purchased for 1.5 ETH.

āš½ Sport NFTs

  • The NBA is wowing the world with its AR/Augmented Reality experience. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver shows us the streaming experience of the future using the NBA App. Basically, users can scan their bodies with their phones and create an augmented reality experience where they actually step onto the court and into the highlights of the games.

  • Sorare is rolling out an update to show how volumes are divided by sport. 88% of them are still represented by football, the star sport.

  • Beijing Guoan Football Club, a professional football team in the Chinese Super League, has launched a collection of NFT avatars that can be used on the club's virtual stadium, which will open next year. Where? In Metaverse of course!

šŸ¤– AI Art

Using AI, we type in a few words and it generates an image. For today's one, we used the same Midjourney and the following words: "cartoon character made of sticks"

midjourney image

šŸ¤£ Meme of the week

So, how are you guys doing? Still young and energetic? Wait another week or two!

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