NFT developer Dapper Labs launched the non-fungible (NFT) UFC Strike Market on February 18, helping to increase NFT sales on the Flow blockchain by 50% over the past 24 hours.

Dapper Labs is the company behind the NBA Top Shot, CryptoKitties and Flow blockchain.

UFC Strike, another product from the company, is an NFT set based on fighter jets and moments from the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Fans can now swap NFTs in the group’s dedicated UFC Strike Marketplace.

According to CryptoSlam, the new launch Flow helped climb to third place among blockchains in terms of NFT sales. At the time of writing, Flow is after Ethereum and Ronin with sales of $ 2.1 million in the last 24 hours. This is 50% more than it was at the same time on Wednesday.

The new NBA All-Star VIP Pass NFT set also helped increase surprise sales of Flow, which was launched on February 17 via the NBA Top Shot. Each of the 30 NFTs in this group gives owners access to the next five star-rated games.

Creepy NFTs from Crypt TV
Metaversal, the content curator for Metaverse, has partnered with monster story producers Crypt TV to release non-fungible tokens (NFT) based on intellectual property (IP) ratings in Monster Universe.

Monster Fight Club is the name of the new NFT group that contains 10,000 NFTs. The move into the NFT Crypt TV site will help develop into a Web3 company that “fully embraces NFT as the future of intellectual property creation and ownership,” according to the February 17 announcement.

Collectors can create up to 10 Monster Fight Club NFTs from a single wallet. Titles included in the collection: The Birch, Brute, Cakeman, Fluffy, Harclaw, Look-See, Miss Annity, Mordeo, The Thing and Walter. The sales days will be March 9, 16 and 23.

Owners will be able to specify NFT as a profile picture or monster avatar for use in Metaverse.

A new initiative from Travel Tribe releases 50 NFT (Proof of Attendance) protocols to people who book trips to Southeast Asia through their service.

Free trips to Thailand, Bali and Cambodia are offered annually to POAP fellows. Through this effort, Travel Tribe hopes to increase sales when the world begins to reopen after restrictions related to COVID-19.

Travelers can also ensure that customer revenue is used to support growth in the local industry. The Travel Tribe founder told Cointelegraph today: “Our tours support the local community by providing local guides and supporting local businesses in the supply chain through regular inspections and quality control.”

Technical operation as an NFT group
Famous Hollywood photographer Frederic Auerbach has started auctioning off his NFT Master Series, which includes photos of Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mike Tyson, Sharon Stone and Natalie Portman.

Each star element in the set will be sold as an NFT package. The sets include a high-resolution digital NFT image of the star, a dynamic NFT showing various image editing options, a high-resolution print of the main image with a signature, and a 1/1 video NFT behind-the-scenes interview. She describes Auerbach’s creative approach in each shot.

They are currently up for auction in the NFT Gallery and on the Cursed Sharing platform.

Other good news
Halsey Minor, CEO of Vivid Labs, told Cointelegraph that NFT “can be more valuable if it connects to real products.” There is a big difference between static art as songs or illustrations and dynamic assets that can be updated as NFTs.

Youtuber Coffeezilla posted a video showing how a $ 20 million NFT scam was prevented before it hit the market. Squiggle’s NFT project had 230,000 followers on Twitter before it was revealed as a scheme carried out by serial scammers.

Source: CoinTelegraph