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Limit Break’s NFTs Gone After Super Bowl Ad

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Limit Break’s non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for DiggiDaigaku were taken in just a few seconds after Super Bowl’s Ad. The company was giving away 10k NFTs during the Super Bowl on Sunday. The ad was a unique opportunity for people outside the blockchain and crypto community to get access to NFTs and the crypto industry. 

Limit Break’s NFTs Taken in Seconds During Super Bowl’s Ad

The Super Bowl is one of the most watched sports events in the world. This represents a unique opportunity for companies to promote and share their products or services with the whole world. This was the idea that Limit Break had. During the Super Bowl on Sunday, Limit Break gave away 10k NFTs from its DigiDaigaku Dragon series. 

According to the CEO of the company, Gabe Leydon, the first 5,000 dragon egg NFTs were simply taken instantly by players. It was enough for players to have a cryptocurrency wallet already installed and running. Moreover, the company decided to also give away more than 5,000 NFTs due to the large demand that they encountered. 

People can see the ad right now on Twitter in case you missed the commercial during The Big Game:

Users that got the free-to-own NFT promoted during the Super Bowl ad will be able to use it for free and also use it in the game. Moreover, there is a possibility for users to sell it to other people interested in owning these NFTs. 

Gabe Leydon commented on that matter:

“It was literally instantly, one second. Wow, it was just crazy. We did something unusual, talking about our Super Bowl commercial in early October. And we use it as another in our series of free-to-own NFT promotions.”

Thanks to the most recent Super Bowl ad, the company was able to get millions of followers on different social media platforms. The Super Bowl represents a unique opportunity for companies to share their ads and promote their products and services. Due to this reason, we see that Limit Break was able to offer 10,000 NFTs to people that watched the ad and requested the NFTs.

The expansion of the NFT market took a first step in early 2017 when Bitcoin (BTC) was moving higher and when it reached $20,000 per coin in December 2017. Back at that time, CryptoKitties was the most popular on-chain NFT game running on top of the Ethereum network (ETH). But with the growth and expansion of the whole crypto market. 

Thanks to the expansion of the whole crypto industry, there were new blockchain networks released and crypto projects working with non-fungible tokens. This allowed new companies and projects to enter the market and release different NFT collections on top of multiple blockchain networks as well. 

There are different use cases for NFTs. They can be used in online blockchain-based games, sell them using decentralized platforms, collect, and also claim rewards if the NFT is offering royalties, among many other things.