PFP NFTs have gained popularity recently, especially within the crypto and gaming spaces. These unique digital artworks offer a means of displaying ownership and exclusivity in the virtual world.
There are two very popular PFP NFT projects which are BAYC and CryptoPunks collections. Now, we are sharing five similar PFP NFT projects you should explore this year.
Azuki was developed by an anonymous team of four called Chiru Labs. The project has been making waves since its innovative metaverse The Garden was launched in January 2022.
The collection has featured more than 10,000 sold PFP NFTs. Each NFT has unique attributes, making up the “rebellious” Azuki collection. The value of the Azuki collection skyrocketed to $29 million after it sold out in minutes.
World of Women
World of Women aims to promote women’s empowerment and diversity in the cryptocurrency world. The project consists of 10,000 unique digital collectible cards, each featuring an illustrated character of a woman from different parts of the world, cultures, and backgrounds.
The WOW NFTs are created by a team of female artists and designers, with each card having its unique backstory and attributes.
Profits from the sale of WOW NFTs will be donated to charitable organizations that support women’s empowerment and gender equality initiatives.
0N1 Force features 7,777 hand-crafted side-profile avatars. Summoned by the One Source for an adventure, these warriors must fight to make their name in the chaotic Ethereal Enclave. These two-dimensional 0N1 Force heroes must use their Strength, Style, and Spirit to bring balance to the Enclave.
Since its debut in August 2021, holders have enjoyed many benefits associated with the collection, including a collaborative role-playing game on the 0N1verse.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of 0N1 Force NFTs will be used to further develop the game and support charitable causes.
Museum of Toys’ Karafuru is a one-of-a-kind NFT collection that stands out from its peers with distinctive colors. The project’s name is derived from the Japanese word for “colorful” which represents the project’s mission to promote and celebrate diversity in art.
The 5,555 Karafuru NFTs are divided into three categories: Colorless, Spectrum, and Rainbow. Colorless NFTs are grayscale while Spectrum NFTs feature a single color. Rainbow NFTs, on the other hand, are multi-colored and feature a range of colors.
Moonbirds are unique digital artworks of various bird species, each with its own story and characteristics. The NFT project was created in April 2022 by the co-founder of PROOF, Justin Mezzell.
The Moonbirds project aims to promote awareness of endangered bird species while highlighting the importance of space exploration and scientific discovery.
A unique feature of Moonbirds is its use of augmented reality technology. Each of the 10,000 NFTs comes with a corresponding AR component that allows collectors to interact with the artwork in a virtual space.