The NFT (Non-Replaceable Token) market, which has become popular these days and has emerged as a craze, is not limited to simply digital sports collectibles or works by art experts. NFT works from various sources in various fields are being auctioned, and large brand companies are showing interest in the market one after another.
According to Cointelegraph reports on the 17th (local time), P&G group’s rolled toilet paper brand’Charmin’ is currently auctioning 5 versions of toilet paper NFT works on the Rarible coin market.
Among the NFT works, there are decorative rolled toilet paper and toilet paper with the image of a bear mascot product line. “All proceeds from NFT sales will go to Direct Relief, a non-profit organization that provides resources to healthcare professionals in disaster areas,” said Charming.
In addition, Charming explained, “Each NFT work will be sold with a physical display so that cryptocurrency buyers can actually place artwork next to their own toilet paper.” As of the time of publication, the highest bid is 1 Wrapped Ethereum (WETH) per work, which is equivalent to about $1,800 (approximately 220,000 won).
Meanwhile, global luxury auction companies Sotheby and Christie entered the non-replaceable token (NFT) auction market early this month, and the Mexican food chain Taco Bell directly issued the NFT earlier this month. Also, on the 15th, DC Comics announced plans to create its own NFT program to its own character principal writers… The NFT craze seldom shows signs of fading.