The Weeknd's NFT collection, the Red Ape Family event, and Mini Royale on Solana
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The Weeknd's NFT collection, the Red Ape Family event, and Mini Royale on Solana

BTC Peers reporter
BTC Peers reporter

The Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFTs are the focus of a new animated comedy series called The Red Ape Family (TRAF). Episodes are offered as single NFTs and last between five and ten minutes. The story follows a family of bored apes who flee Earth to settle on Mars. OpenSea is already retailing Episode 1, while mint is selling the yet-to-be-released Episode 2. One Bored Ape was given to one Episode 1 token holder, three Mutant Apes were given to three token holders, and others were given a poster, gravity sneakers, and a discount to mint Episode 2.

Mutant Apes, the Bored Ape Kennel Club, Coolcats, Craniums, and Lions will join the cast, which will be largely made up of Bored Apes. The executive producer is rapper 2 Chainz. YouTube has the first episode.

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The Weeknd's song "Blinding Lights" reached Number 1 on Billboard's Greatest Songs of All Time Hot 100 Chart this week, and the artist and Billboard celebrated with a series of NFTs. A one-to-one NFT showing The Weeknd's November 2021 Billboard cover, as well as three trading cards inspired by the "Blinding Lights" music video, are included in the seven-piece NFT collection. In addition, the Weeknd personally signs each artwork. These NFTs are available for purchase on Tom Brady's Autograph marketplace.

After months of being a blockchain-free game, Mini Royale: Nations, a web-based first-person shooter, became the first live multiplayer game to run on Solana. The number of active players has doubled since the first in-game NFT items debut. Mini Royale, on the other hand, is not a play-to-win game. Instead, an NFT serves as an avatar in the game, and its owners are eligible for rewards, including the game's forthcoming CHEDDAR token. Mini Royale NFTs have sold for 17,637 SOL on the Magic Eden marketplace, or nearly $3.2 million.