A selection of superlative NFT projects to watch for on OpenSea

Since NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens) took the world by storm with the $69 million dollar Beeple auction in March, a panoply of new collections have emerged on the scene.

Dozens of various platforms and marketplaces for trading and sharing NFTs have emerged. AtomicHub showcases NFTs through WAX and EOS. Hicetnunc and Kalamint are marketplaces for NFTs on the Tezos blockchain. There is also growing activity on the Algorand Blockchain.

Ethereum’s ‘OG CryptoPunks’ have unleashed a torrent of ‘Unofficial Punks’ followers lured by the timeless punk aesthetic, a lucrative NFT marketplace and a fledgling artistic movement that is fast becoming the new cultural zeitgeist.

CryptoPunks were arguably the first NFT, despite what some “crypto archaeologists” have unearthed, having originated back in 2017. The interest in NFTs has massively surged since then, and at the time of writing, the 9,999 CryptoPunks NFTs on the OpenSea marketplace are selling at an average of over 25 ETH (appx USD $50,000).

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Key advice for educators embracing rapid technological change through the paradigm shift to engaging, online learning environments.

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Ian Rogers

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