Luxury and NFT – Last week, we learned that the luxury brand Tiffany launched a new collection of NFT jewelry: the NFTiffs. The first sale of this collection took place last Friday. It allowed a total revenue of $12.5 million…in less than 20 minutes.
Tiffany NFTs are flying like hot cakes
Let’s quickly go back to the beginning. To have his NFTiffone condition had to be fulfilled: to have a CryptoPunks. Thus, the lucky owners of non-fungible pixelated punks could claim to hold one of the 250 Tiffany pendants.
So last Friday, the big day of the NFT sale, many CryptoPunk owners pounced on these luxury non-fungible tokens. Sold in less than 20 minutesthe floor price of NFT was then 30ETH is around $46,000 at the time of writing these few lines. The revenue from the sale is therefore $12.5 million. The announcement and success of this collection in the middle of the crypto winter bodes well. However, the crypto winter already seems to cool the collection somewhat: the floor price of NFTs has already lost 3 ETH.
The announcement of the sale of the NFTiffs had woke up NFT CryptoPunks fans who rushed to the secondary market. Admittedly light, this collection and its success conceal for good the alliance between luxury and the world of cryptocurrencies in the manner of Gucci which recently announced that it would accept Apecoin in its US stores.
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