There is no denying that pop culture has fully entered the NFT space. The World of Women collection, created by Yam Karkai, has followed in the footsteps of Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) in signing with a major Hollywood agent, and Madonna was approached to buy a top-notch NFT and may be seriously considering the offer. .
Many of the new entrants are swayed by celebrity endorsements, but the self-proclaimed “OGs” in the community are supporters of “historic NFTs” and are supposedly not swayed by the hype. However, when entrepreneur Gary “Vee” Vaynerchuk bought “CrytptoSkulls,” a revived 2019 “historic NFT” for 100 ETH, the market for pixelated skulls skyrocketed.
One of the 1/10 @Crypto_Skulls Skull Lords just sold to @garyvee for 100 ETH pic.twitter.com/PC2TXsFeVo
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