This 19th-century playing card company is launching an NFT collection

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The company has a track record of producing some of the world’s most collectible playing cards, and they are now set to release their first NFT collection. It will be interesting to see how this new platform takes off in a market that is increasingly dependent on digital goods.

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Who’d have guessed a corporation founded in 1885 would get into the blockchain space? On December 9th, the playing card company Bicycle debuted its inaugural NFT collection, dubbed “Genesis Collection,” on the NFT marketplace Kolectiv.

“We’re a historical brand at Bicycle that’s been at the vanguard of playing cards for over 135 years, and this NFT introduction represents a rare point in our history when we’re bridging the gap between tradition and innovation,” said Bicycle CEO Stefaan Merckx.

The “Genesis Collection” from Bicycle.

Adrian Valenzuela, the artist behind the Genesis Collection, created a one-of-a-kind creation. According to Bicycle’s Twitter account, the initial portion of the Bicycle card drop will be from 10 to Aces (e.g. 10, J, Q, K, Ace) separated into groups on various days, and the Jokers will drop randomly with a total of 24 NFT cards. The Genesis Collection’s initial drop is dubbed the “Unique Collection.”

The cards from 10 to Ace of Spades are available in the NFT marketplace Kolective as of December 10th, with 0.5 ETH as the starting offer, as seen below:

This collection, according to Bicycle, will get you access to exclusive events, presales, and whitelists of future Bicycle NFT releases, as well as a Bicycle special membership program. They also said that the primary sales would reap the most rewards, rather than subsequent sales on secondary marketplaces.

What will happen on the 16th of December?

The second portion of the Genesis Collection will go live on December 16th, with Bicycle releasing 8,008 products for sale, each NFT including a distinctive animated card tuck box. The “Main Collection” is the second section of the collection. Each item will cost 0.08 ETH, with the option of paying in USD using the Shopify plug-in.

“Bicycle continues to innovate and, in addition to delivering new technologies that make our cards more digital and accessible, transition into a new age targeting younger generations,” said Ann Viaene, Bicycle’s CMO.

Bicycle joined firms like Adidas and Ubisoft as newcomers to the NFT industry with their entry.

We’re nearing the end of the year, and it’s been a fantastic year in the blockchain sector. It’ll be regarded as one of the early years of NFT adoption, and we expect to see many more 19th-century firms join the NFT world in the future.



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