NFT Craze Goes Mainstream As Time Launches 3 Special Edition NFT Magazine Covers

Time Magazine, the prestigious publication has released three first-ever NFTs (non-fungible tokens) inspired by one of TIME’s most iconic covers and including an original cover created especially for the auction. The original NFT cover titled “Is Fiat Dead” is inspired by the 1966 edition “Is God Dead?” is a comment on the recent trend of growing popularity of cryptocurrencies at a time when the national Fiat currency of many nations has registered a decline.
Source: TIMENFT mania has gone mainstream as more companies are eager to experiment and cash on the recent trend and TIME has become one of the first mainstream publication to do so. The NFT craze began with digital artist Beeple’s NFT art being sold for $69 million creating not just records but a part of the modern history of art as well as technology.
NFTs became mainstream as early as 2018, however, it has managed to gain traction and several use cases this bull run from artists and celebrities. Earlier NFTs were primarily used as in-game rewards tokens or Fan tokens of popular sports leagues. However, celebrities and modern artists have found a better use case as they are ready to present their art and services via digital tokens. After Beeple, American Footballers including Patrick Mahomes and Rob Gronkowski sold their art collection in NFT for millions of dollars.
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