Toymint releases Minted Teddy NFTs alongside physical versions as part of its mission toward “creating a better world for children”
Unlike many other NFT collections, Toymint brings the unordinary to the Web3 realm by involving children with NFTs accompanying physical toy teddy bears.
- Toymint is releasing its next generation of Minted Teddy NFTs that accompany physical toys.
- Just 5,000 of 11,111 Minted Teddy’s will be available on January 30.
- The collection will consist of space-themed teddies with over 130 unique objects and 20 unique styles.
Toymint’s Minted Teddy Collection – The Process
Toymint, a Vancouver-based Web3 toy company, is to launch Minted Teddy—collectible metaverse toys that incorporate physical and digital play—on January 30.
Designed by Italian artist Claudio Bellini, Minted Teddy are playable characters in the Mintedverse. Each digital asset also comes with a beautifully crafted action figure made with sustainable materials.
The latest collection includes space-themed teddy bears and a collaboration with the MoonCats team, featuring over 130 unique objects and 20 styles of space flight gear.
Each toy also has a unique digital avatar that collectors can unlock with near-field communication (NFC) technology on a smartphone.
The toy company believes that providing children with sustainable, high-quality toys and experiences can contribute to a better future.
“Minted Teddy is more than just a toy – it’s a work of art that celebrates the beauty and potential of childhood. These teddies are attractive, well-made, and will offer experiences that encourage children to explore and grow, be kind and compassionate, and think about creating a better future for themselves and those around them”,
said Zoran Kovacevic, CEO and founder of Minted Teddy.
“With its child-friendly features including durable construction, there’s also no need for email and password login. Minted Teddy provides a safe and accessible introduction to the world of cryptocurrency. These teddies are truly a treasure for children and collectors alike.”
Past collections have sold out upon release. So, stay tuned for more details.
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