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The next Disney NFT drop announced

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Disney dropped its most iconic Mickey and Friends NFT collection in collaboration with VeVe, a digital collectables platform, on January 27 2022.

The collection includes Mickey Mouse and five other classic cartoon characters, which users can find within five rarity groups: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Ultra Rare, and Secret Rare. Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Pluto, and Goofy were on the list.

The previous NFTs were also released via the Veve app and culminated on November 12, where a "special Ultra Rare digital collectable" will also launch.

The "Golden Moments" NFT collection is available exclusively on the VeVe app. Users can download from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store to buy, sell, and trade digital collectables from legendary sculptors like Todd MacFarlane. November 9, 2021.

About the next Disney NFTs

The Walt Disney Company, founded in 1923 as Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio, is the creator and owner of some of the most beloved intellectual property (IP).

When it comes to entering the space, brands have taken a variety of approaches. While some have carried out their drops, many have collaborated with Web3 native companies, including Disney.

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Where To buy the next Disney NFT collection

Until now, all the studio's NFTs came through the NFT marketplace VeVe, an app-based marketplace specialising in licensed NFT launches from some of the world's biggest brands.

Disney NFTs, like most collections on the app, sell out quickly on the day they are released. Their secondary market prices are typically orders higher than when they first sell.

The company has technically been involved in NFTs for nearly a year. That's because, in April 2021, the marketplace released an NFT based on the Marvel Comics property "The Rise of Ultraman." Over time, they acquired Marvel. Following that, Marvel and VeVe released several high-profile NFT drops.

The studio's first fully branded NFTs were made available in November 2021. They were released to commemorate Disney+ Day, which celebrates their subscription streaming service as they launched a collection of "Disney Golden Moments" at the time.

How To buy the next Disney NFTs collection

Users can purchase their following collections by registering with the VeVe app. Users will be able to buy any of the existing NFTs and can trade using the platform's currency, Gems. One Gem is equal to one US dollar. Users can also choose the Blind Box option, which means they won't know which card they are buying until they have bought it.

Users can begin collecting NFTs after they have created their account and purchased some gems. VeVe drops are viral and almost always sell out in minutes.

As with ETH, investors will also not lose money due to failed transactions. Users can participate in the initial sale to get the best value on VeVe drops.

On the secondary market, investors can also look for good deals on Disney NFTs. While these prices will undoubtedly be higher, most NFT drops on the app are blind boxes. Also, users can choose the same NFT/rarity they want on the secondary market.

Possibility of next Disney NFT sellout

Finally, the studio company completed the first week of Golden Moments NFT sales by releasing 4,333 statues holding Mickey Mouse's hand. The Ultra Rare range sold for 333 Gems. Given that the lowest price for these rare collectables is now 16,400 gems, it's safe to assume that those lucky buyers were more than happy to get it for that price before it sold out.

Since then, the company has sold Golden Moments collections for Valentine's Day 2022 and Duos collections on March 19, 2022.

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Author: Emmanuel Baiden

Author: Emmanuel Baiden

7 years experience within the financial services sector most notably in Sales, Trading, research and writing articles within the crypto space. I have a bachelor's degree in International Business and a Master's in Investment and Risk Finance . I am also an associate member of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment.

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