6 NFT Projects To Keep An Eye On In 2023
NFT projects are constantly exploring the possibilities of what can be done with NFTs in various industries. Keep on reading to find some potential NFT projects to follow in 2023.
2023 is finally here, and although the previous years provided some challenges for the NFT space, there are numerous potential projects to keep on your radar.
While it's tempting to focus on what's already popular, there are plenty of new NFTs that perhaps haven’t been the talk of the town but have a special something to make them unique - many of them offer innovative ways to connect with artwork or provide new exciting game experiences.
In this post, we'll take a look at some of the most promising projects to keep an eye out for in 2023, which are sure to give everyone a taste of what the future might have in store for the NFT industry as a whole.
Projects To Discover In 2023
Whether you're an experienced collector looking for something fresh or you're simply curious about what are NFTs, there's no better time than now to explore some promising NFTs projects.
Here are 6 projects to follow closely during 2023.
Bonk Inu (BONK) is a new meme coin growing on the SOL NFT ecosystem that launched in the end of last year and has shown really promising results already.
The developers behind the project burnt over 5 trillion tokens that make up about 5% of the total supply that was initially meant to be for the developers themselves. As the Bonk calls itself to be a project for the people, by the people, they successfully showed their intentions of really being so and actively avoiding insider token sales.
Moreover, as 50%b of the $BONK supply was airdropped to the Solana community - everyone from Solana NFT holders, DeFI members, art collectors, and developers got a piece of the pie.
This is particularly important as this just might be the necessary nudge to make Solans start growing again in 2023.
NFT projects have a long history of engaging the community, but Botto, who saw the light of day in 2021, takes it one step further by integrating AI and community ideas.
Each week 350 new artworks are presented to the community, from which they can select their favorite by voting. The most popular piece is minted as a final artwork on Ethereum and sold at auction on the SuperRare marketplace.
The new round for the artwork starts each Tuesday, and to get a membership to get into the DAO and have a say on what new piece to consider as an official artwork, a $BOTTO token is required.
Blankos Block Party
Blankos Block Party (BBP) is an earn-to-play, open-world, multiplayer NFT game developed by Mythical Games who are known for attracting notable investors. The game has similarities to Roblox and Minecraft, and the players can design their own game environment but also enjoy other types of gameplay like shooting, racing, platforming, trials, and more.
The players can own digital NFT toys called Blankos, which give them access to parties at the block. Blankos are stored on the EOSIS blockchain as NFTs and act as characters that are fully customizable and can be developed with loot and clothing.
By completing daily challenges, you will eventually receive NFT items that can be traded on Blankos Mythical Marketplace.
To get started with building your own world on BBP, collect new blankos and engage with other members of the community, simply create an account on their website and start completing missions, participate in daily challenges and create new connections on the block.
In previous years we’ve seen NFTs expanding to e-commerce, and we definitely see more innovations in this area in 2023.
Uniqly has set up a completely automated, no-code solution that connects physical and digital encounters with NFTs to start providing a Web3 shopping experience.
The platform lets users to set up their e-commerce stores in no time, personalize their store names, URLs, Networks and Tokens, and more. On their stores, users can create their own NFTs, maximize profits and be one step ahead of their competitors by integrating new innovative solutions into their e-commerce shops.
The sellers can choose between two store types:
- “Production by Seller” Store for those who already have items that they would like to sell as NFTs
- Production By Uniqly” Store for those who would like the platform to produce and ship the products they design
If you’re a true sports fan, Sorare might just be the next project for you. The platform is built on the Ethereum blockchain and backed up by a video game company Ubisoft.
Sorare’s platform has a collection of officially licensed digital cards that feature players from the world’s best global football teams, NBA, MLB, and others.
Besides just having the fun of collecting cards, it’s possible to create teams with cards from your collections and earn points on your team players’ real-life performances, which give users an opportunity to take part in a selection of fantasy competitions each week, better your rankings and earn additional rewards.
No Solo Un JPG
In order for the NFT industry to grow, it’s important to educate people about the different aspects of crypto and NFTs.
No Solo Un JPG (NSUJPG) has taken the matter into its hands to spread knowledge among the Spanish-speaking communities by launching a Spanish language educational and utility NFT project stored on the Polygon blockchain.
The first generation of their NFTs consists of 2514 manually created tokens that each hold unique properties, elements, classes, and utilities.
The holders of NSUJPG tokens are exclusive members of the community who have access to special benefits, such as the possibility to acquire rare tokens and have access to an annual online event with known speakers from the industry.
The first such event was held in May 2022, and the plan for this year is to continue with the various beneficial events and help the community to gain valuable insights about new innovations.
NFT space has proven to be more than just a collection of pictures on the internet, but still, we've only scratched the surface of what's possible with this technology.
It’s safe to say that the way projects from different industries like games, sports, e-commerce, and digital art have started to explore the possibilities of NFTs and engage the community, we have much to look forward to.