For cinema-going memorabilia collectors, it doesn’t get much better than iconic Star Wars movie franchise. Now, fans of the series can collect their own digital Star Wars NFTs. The NFT collection is available to purchase on the Veve digital collectibles app.
Star Wars NFTs
As part of the Pixar Golden Moments collection, two characters from the movie were included. You may know them as the two most recognizable robots in the World, R2D2 and C-3PO.
Although the NFT drop for these 2 legendary droids is long gone you can still purchase a digital collectible through the market on the Veve.
The long career of R2-D2 includes serving Padme Amidala and both Anakin and Luke Skywalker. The multifaceted astromech droid has shown courage in the face of many trials and saved each of his masters as they battled their way across space.
The R2-D2 Star Wars NFT is a fantastic digital collectible. It has an ‘Uncommon’ rarity. The drop took place in November 2021 with 8333 NFTs minted.
The list price during the initial minting was 60 GEMs (1 GEM is equivalent to $1). However, collectors wishing to buy one now, are looking at a floor price of 2700 GEMs.
Anakin Skywalker built Threepuu as a companion and programmed C-3PU for etiquette and protocol. However, the worrywart droid’s understanding of 7 million forms of communication keeps it in the thick of the intergalactic battles.
The C-3PO NFT has a ‘Common’ rarity. The NFT drop occurred in November 2021. There were 12333 digital collectibles minted at a price of 60GEMs.
The floor price to purchase a C-3PO NFT, as of writing, is currently 1250.00 GEMs. That is quite a return on your investment.
Where can I buy Star Wars NFT?
To buy the Star Wars NFTs you need to use the Veve app. You can download the app for both Apple at their app store and the Google Play store for android phones. Once you download Veve you need to add GEM coins before purchasing your NFTs on the Veve market.
There is a step-by-step guide on how to buy NFTs on Veve in this article.
Please note. There is a licensors fee of 6% on all NFT sales, plus the 2.5% fee that Veve charges for all sales on the secondary markets.
Star Wars and Pixar Marvel
Star Wars has been a stable of movie-goers since it first hit the big screen in 1977. Opening in a spattering of cinemas across the country, it quickly exploded into an unimaginable box-office success.
The movie was the brainchild of the now legendary writer/director George Lucas, who created such iconic heroes as Hans Solo, R2D2, and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Lucas’ initial movie went on from its humble big-screen showing, to create another 10 feature-length movies, animated TV shows, countless games and children’s toys. No doubt we could add endlessly to this list, but we’ll leave it there.
Future NFT Drops
If you think that current prices for Star Wars on the markets are beyond your means or that there is not much more room for price appreciation, do not fear.
Disney plans to Drop more Golden Moments NFTs for collectors, in the coming months. On top of that, you can also accumulate further NFT collections from Pixar, Marvel, films and comics.
Among those to look forward to are the X-Men and Marvel comics drops occurring in May and July respectively. Then later in the year, we have collections from Spiderman, Black Panthers, Captain America, Back to the Future and Star Trek.
Although prices for Star Wars NFTs may look high, we must remember that we are only out of the traps regarding NFT adoption. These are early moments and some 1st edition NFT collections could possibly be worth a lot of money in years to come.