NFT potential takes quantum leap with Koii Network’s new Dynamic NFT standard

NFT potential takes quantum leap with Koii Network’s new Dynamic NFT standard


In April of this year, an anonymous buyer purchased a copy of Action Comics #1 for $3,250,000 USD — the highest figure on record for a vintage comic book.

Published in 1938 and featuring the first-ever appearance of Superman, the comic is one of the last known copies in existence. Prior to the auction, it was graded by the Certified Guaranty Company, or CGC, using a 10 point system, where it received a near-perfect score.

Any legitimate copy of Action Comics #1 would have been worth a decent sum of money, but this particular book out-sold all others because its physical quality remained superb.

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Off the rack, this is not a situation that most non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, will ever face. That Superlative Multiverse you picked up on OpenSea will look exactly the same in a hundred years as it does today, barring global internet failure. But if their quality remains uniform across time and space, does the absence of variant aging

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