Funko to Drop Nicktoons Series 2 NFT Collection

Funko to Drop Nicktoons Series 2 NFT Collection

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Funko, a company that specializes in pop culture-inspired consumer goods, is getting set to release a new series of collectible figures called Nicktoons Series 2 NFTs. These figures are based on classic Nickelodeon cartoons.


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The collectibles that are a part of Nicktoons Series 2 are modeled after characters that appear in some of the most well-known animated shows on Nicktoons, including Rugrats, Invader Zim, CatDog, and Rocko’s Modern Life.

On Thursday, February 14, at two o’clock in the afternoon Eastern Time (ET), the collection will be made available on the Droppp NFT platform. Additionally, there are two distinct kind of digital pop! packets included in this series. The normal package costs $9.99 for 5 NFTs, while the premium package may be purchased for $29.99 for a total of 15 NFTs.

Fans will find it exciting to learn that just a specific number of people may also be able to redeem some limited-edition Funko physical items. This is a component that is sure to pique their interest. Due to the availability of simple payment options such as credit cards, Google Pay, and Apple Pay, fans are able to purchase the Digital Pop! series with ease.

The regular and premium variants both have a total of 21,250 NFTs in each serving. Holders of NFTs have the option of accumulating a Legendary, Grail, or Royalty set in order to redeem it for an actual collectable.

If you have a full Legendary, Grail, or Royalty set when the event takes place on June 14, 2023 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time, the redemption tokens will be added to your wallet.

Within the first thirty days after the token is launched, NFT holders will have the opportunity to exchange their token for a tangible Funko Pop. The limited edition tangible collector figurines are scheduled to be sent around the fourth quarter of 2023.

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