What is the price of UFC Strike NFTs?

UFC Strike NFTs is an upcoming NFT project introduced by the UFC in partnership with Dapper Labs, a blockchain-based collectibles/gaming company. It is a whole new way to connect with the sport and own officially licensed, epic video highlight-based NFTs straight out of the Octagon.

Dapper Labs has also created NFT platforms for other sports branches, such as NBA, NFL, and LaLiga.

The price for each of these NFTs will be $50 worth, with a total of 200,000 packs that will be released. They planned to release the NFTs in two drops. The first release will be on January 23 where they will release 100,000 of these “fully loaded” packs. The rest 100,000 packs will be released the following Monday, January 31.

This price is quite low compared to NFTs prices in general. The average cost of NFTs varies between different marketplaces; from $900 on Mintable, to $500 on OpenSea, and $150 on Valuable among others. NFT Strike having a $50 price point make the NFT space much more accessible for a lot of people, especially the newcomers.

Here’s a look at some of the Moments available in Sunday’s Pack Drop.

The UFC will reveal more drops in the coming months, with new collections being released to correspond with the promotion’s event calendar. The UFC president himself, Dana White, is also interested in investing in this non-fungible token and recently bought his first NFT. The 52-year-old man revealed that he has bought the newly launched Metacard NFT.

Like swapping baseball cards on the playground, NFTs are essentially trading cards on digital platforms. NFTs as an investment is a very safe way to experience some profit; the profit is dependent on the longevity of the asset and luck.