NFT Roundup: A Closer Look at Key Developments Over the Last Week

NFT Roundup: A Closer Look at Key Developments Over the Last Week


Another exciting week in the NFT universe has unfolded as Kiwie digitizes graffiti in new collectibles, the original meme makes its way to market, and a new integration between Videocoin and Filecoin supports video-based NFTs.

The Fat Monster Meets the Mint

Latvian-based art collective Kiwie is bringing its iconic Fat Monster character to the blockchain as it becomes the first group to create and auction NFTs from physical graffiti installations. The new initiative designed to connect the online and offline art worlds will involve building virtual 3D models of spray-painted figures. Each will be accompanied by a geotag to connect ownership of art to the NFT.

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Auction winners will also receive a metal card denoting a claim to each Fat Monster NFT. From there, the NFTs can be traded, and if the physical art installation is ever removed or erased, the NFTs become unique “Ghost Monsters.” On April 13th, the first batch of five existing Fat Monsters will be

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