Deadpool posters can now be bought as NFTs

Several posters based on Fox Entertainment's 'Deadpool' movie franchise can now be bought as NFTs on the blockchain

Fox Entertainment’s Deadpool movie franchise – based on the hit Marvel character – now has a range of posters that can be purchased as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on the blockchain.

The NFT posters can be found on the OpenSea website and are available through the GFT exchange.

Deadpool is a popular Marvel superhero known for his wacky behaviour and regularly breaking the fourth wall.

Both the Deadpool and Deadpool 2 movies – created by Fox Entertainment – have garnered critical success and a loyal following for the offbeat superhero.

Now, Deadpool 2 posters can be collected as virtual assets that can be owned indefinitely and used as an investment.

The Deadpool NFT poster collection was first unveiled at the Consensus 2019 event in New York.

The OpenSea website reads: “Fox Entertainment’s Deadpool 2 is finding its way to the blockchain and being traded through the GFT exchange. Announced during during Blockchain Week at the Consensus 2019 event in New York, Greenfenc Consumer and OpenSea.io have partnered to enable iconic Hollywood intellectual properties to be traded through a decentralised marketplace.

“The GFT exchange is a platform that enables IP holders to generate new revenue streams and promotions by creating digital collectibles that deliver meaningful consumer value previously unattainable in the digital world.”

The NFT posters are notably pricier than their physical counterparts, likely due to their scarcity and the novelty of owning them on the blockchain.

One of the cheapest posters is available for just $18, though one of the most expensive is valued at more than $3,000.

According to the OpenSea website, it appears as though only two cryptocurrencies can be used to purchase the NFTs at present: Ethereum and the Gemini dollar.

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