- Crypto.com /NFT are now available for withdrawal.
- Users can move their NFTs to any Crypto.org supported marketplace or wallet.
- Also, the Crypto.com NFT ecosystem now includes collectibles by several celebrity creators.
Collectibles minted on Crypto.org Chain are now available for withdrawal. In fact, all Crypto.com/NFT collectors can now transfer their NFTs to any supported Crypto.org marketplace or wallet. Of note, this includes the Crypto.com Defi Wallet and the Crypto.org Chain Desktop Wallet.
Specifically, Crypto.com DeFi Wallet is a non-custodial wallet and is a good option for users as it enables assets managed in one integrated wallet. As such, users can easily view, manage, and share their NFTs and DeFi tokens. Also, the wallet supports Ethereum based ERC721 and ERC1155 NFTs.
Crypto.com co-founder and CEO Kris Marszalek noted,
“Opening on-chain withdrawals is important to collectors, we’re happy this feature is live. We’re looking forward to releasing multichain support in the future, opening up further self-custody and display options to collectors.”
Notably, Crypto.com/NFT only launched in March and has since minted collectibles by several notable creators. In fact, the NFT platform launched with a list of exclusive creators. Some creators who made it onto the exclusive list have gone to create some of the platform’s most memorable collectibles.
Some of the creators that collaborated with Crypto.com/NFT include hip-hop legend Snoop Dog, Lega Series A, Boy George, KCamp, and others. Currently, the Aston Martin Cognizant F1 team is the best seller surpassing $2 million in sales. The British F1 team also marked its return to F1 this year after a 60-year hiatus. As such, part of the Aston Marting collection includes first runs by Vettel and Lance in the team’s dashing green.
Other top creators include BossLogic, Lega Serie A, Boy George, Mr. Brainwash, and Snoop Dogg who stand in second place with over $1 million in NFT sales.
Crypto.com also made crypto history after becoming the first crypto platform to sign a major sponsorship deal with a sports franchise. As a result, the Crypto.com brand and logo will now feature on UFC fight kits and all UFC events. This will give the crypto platform exposure to UFC’s over 600 million member fanbase.