Nickelodeon Hints at an NFT Drop with Recur Platform

Nickelodeon opens an official Twitter account to supposedly reveal the details about their upcoming NFT collection.
Nickelodeon Hints at an NFT Drop with Recur Platform

The American-based cable television channel focused on children’s programming, the legendary Nickelodeon, is hinting about an upcoming NFT drop in collaboration with Recur NFT platform based on Polygon blockchain.

It seems like Nickelodeon opened an official twitter account solely for its NFTs. Twitter users initially believed it was a fake account but Recur later confirmed about the drop.

Recur is also giving out commemorative Nick Day 1 Roles in their Discord channel to celebrate the launch of Nick’s NFT account launch.

Actually last year, ViacomCBS partnered with Recur for NFT launches featuring its IP. ViacomCBS’s consumer brands comprises BET, CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures, and Showtime Networks.

Although nothing is known about the first wave of Nickelodeon NFTs, the platform’s promo videos suggest that the NFTs would center on classic Nickelodeon shows like Rugrats and Hey Arnold!

Paramount filed an application with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) earlier this year to register the trademark for SpongeBob SquarePants NFTs, which is still pending.

The news comes after Funko released Nickelodeon NFTs earlier this month, which were sold out within minutes. The first wave was missing the iconic SpongeBob though.

The Nickelodeon fans are already giving polarizing responses regarding the NFT drop with some already excited about the news but few others are unhappy citing the environmental impact of NFTs.

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