Pepsi and VaynerNFT delivered a free genesis collection, 1inch and Parts of Four collaborate to expand the P4 Metaverse, Tom Brady autographs NFTs, and Pantone collaborates with Tezos to produce the Color of the Year 2022.
Pepsi and VaynerNFT join forces
On the Ethereum blockchain, Pepsi unveiled its Mic Drop genesis NFT collection, which includes 1,893 generative styles NFTs. The year Pepsi was founded is commemorated by the number. Consumers will just have to pay petrol fees, and Pepsi has devised a queue mechanism from now until December 14 to ensure more reasonable expenses.
The NFTs’ design is inspired by popular Pepsi flavors such as original blue Pepsi, silver Diet Pepsi, black Pepsi Zero Sugar, red Pepsi Wild Cherry, and more, and is based on variations of a microphone aesthetic.
VaynerNFT, a consultancy under the aegis of the VaynerX holding business, planned and created the Pepsi Mic Drop NFT line. “NFTs will change the culture of value creation forever,” Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerNFT, said. “This is an exciting moment for the brand to build loyalty & bring immense value to its community & fans.”
Pepsi is also launching a carbon offset scheme to ensure that the Pepsi Mic Drop NFT has a net carbon footprint of zero.
1inch and Four Parts of a Mystery Box
On December 13, 1inch and Parts of Four will release a collaborative collection of magic and industry as a Mystery Box on the Binance NFT Marketplace. A total of 22,000 NFTs will be coined, with 31 different varieties available in seven different levels of intricacy, and will be sold for 25 BUSD apiece.
The NFT line of digital jewelry is built on the Parts of Four catalogs and uses an alchemy-based NFT methodology. In P4’s future Greater Metaverse, the collection will also be part of a game focused on obtaining and forging uncommon wearables.
The P4 Metaverse will launch with P4C, an ERC-20 community token, before moving on to an NFT platform based on the Binance Smart Chain, or BSC. The Parts of Four ecosystem aims to foster physical contact through embedded technology, augmented reality, and bi-directional swaps via the P4 platform.