What are Disney NFTs?

The Walt Disney Company, generally known as Disney, has a worldwide allure that translates well into the realm of digital collectibles. So far, every Disney NFT collection has sold out in minutes.

With their NFT cards priced at just $60, it’s easy to understand why they’re selling like hotcakes. These cards are precious digital assets that will increase in value due to Disney’s international popularity.

According to recent speculations, there is some historic news in the works, including a large Disney acquisition in the NFT market. They have a long history in entertainment and have achieved unbelievable commercial success. They are now attempting to dominate the digital and NFT markets.

Let’s take a look at some of the most recent Disney NFT collections.

Disney NFT x VeVe Marketplace

It’s hardly unexpected that Walt Disney’s legacy has made its way into the world of digital collectibles. Disney, owner of some of the most iconic and unforgettable characters in animation history, sees the promise of the digital domain and blockchain technology.

As the popularity of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) grew last year, Disney jumped in with a collaboration with VeVe to release NFTs on the mobile digital collectibles app.

Former Disney CEO Bob Iger has stated that the potential for Disney in the NFT field is “extraordinary,” and it is evident that Disney feels the same way.

In November 2021, Disney’s Golden Moments NFT collection debuted, featuring golden statues of famous characters from some of the studio’s biggest films, including Star Wars, Marvel, and Pixar.

With the exception of the Pixar Golden Moments collection, each collection had 18,666 NFTs (16,666). Each collection also included one higher edition “Uncommon” NFT and one lower edition “Rare” NFT.

On drop day, Disney used a ‘Blind box’ approach, which meant consumers didn’t know what they were getting until they opened the box. The collection immediately sold out, with most NFTs selling for $60, and the NFTs’ later value skyrocketed over $2,000 in some cases.

Mickey and Friends x Pixar Pals

The ‘Mickey Mouse and Friends’ NFT collection was released on January 29th and immediately sold out. Morgane Keesling and Naty Kosloff of Disney converted the iconic characters into hand-painted digital art treasures. The set included Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, Donald Duck, and Daisy Duck.

Disney’s latest NFT drop, ‘Pixar Pals,’ arrived on Sunday, March 13th, and – hell yeah – the whole collection of 54,995 NFTs sold out instantly. That amounts to a cool $3.3 million, which Disney appears to have snatched. These NFTs, which included characters from Toy Story, The Incredibles, and Monsters Inc., generated quite a stir when they were first released. Needless to say, they quickly sold out!

Again, these NFTs were presented in ‘blind box’ offers, adding spice to the occasion, albeit at $60, folks weren’t exactly paying through the nose. These NFTs saw a 400 % value increase on the VeVe app’s secondary market.

Marvel Collection

Given that VeVe had been releasing Marvel NFT collections months before the first Disney-branded collection, it’s no wonder that there was already a plethora of VeVe Marvel NFTs available.

The collaboration’s first high-profile release was a Spider-Man collection on August 7, 2021. Since then, Marvel and VeVe have released a slew of drops featuring some of comics’ most iconic characters. The X-Men, Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Black Panther series have all seen iconic superheroes memorialized as VeVe NFTs.

Disney is making significant inroads in the Web3 space and looks to be as prominent as ever. We’re very certain to see a Disney-inspired metaverse in the near future, so keep an eye out if you’re a fan. 

Whether you’re collecting or investing in the Walt Disney NFT collection, we wish you success and hope you find what you’re searching for at a reasonable price.

To infinity, and beyond!