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STOP being yourself, START being your PFP!

Why do people play video games? It’s because we can be our favorite characters or heroes with unique & amazing superpowers even for a brief moment.

It’s the same thing with NFT PFP (Profile Picture) collectibles. What’s even more amazing is that you have the freedom to create the backstory of your own NFT depending on the IP (Intellectual Property) rights given to you by the project owners.

The best example of this is the Bored Ape Yacht Club. According to the T&C of the Bored Ape Yacht Club, it’s clear that NFT holders have full commercialization rights to their Ape, and it’s not constricted to just merchandise and there’s no monetary cap.

One owner created a music video with an ape. Virtual band KINGSHIP, made up of four Bored Apes, signed with Universal Music Group. There's also a beer launched called Bored Ape IPA and a restaurant called Bored and Hungry.

A new trend in fashion called Phygital, which is the combination of physical & digital is gaining ground. One example of this is the phygital shirt by The Collectiverse in partnership with BAYCkada where they produce shirts along with an NFT.

One great example also of the application of NFT IP rights is JBond's licensed deal with Bugatti. His Bored Ape #2832 is in a Bugatti luggage which is being sold at Walmart & Best Buy.

Another great example is CryptoNovo, where he brought into life his CryptoPunk #3706 and made it his own identity in the Web 3 space. The place in Decentraland called #NovoVerse is also based on his CryptoPunk #3706.

Digital identity that is tied to your NFT Profile Picture (PFP) is really one of the best use cases of blockchain technology. You have the power to create the story of your own NFT and use it for your professional and business ventures.

So what’s the story of your NFT Profile Picture?

#NFT #PFP #BoredApeYachtClub #collectiverse #cryptopunks #decentraland #web3 #NovoVerse

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