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Sillybandz NFT Taps into Popular Culture with a New Token Offer

The Sillybandz craze skyrocketed back in 2010 when it seemed every student had at least two or three of these rubber band-like bracelets.
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A new non-fungible token is entering the blockchain ecosystem. And unlike most collections that are starting from scratch, the Sillybandz NFT will be tapping into a culture that everyone already knows. Building off the highly popular Sillybandz, this new NFT looks to break new grounds and offer a mint that could potentially skyrocket in value after the initial mint.

The Sillybandz NFT offers a new collectible on the crypto world based on something that most people will already be familiar with. The Sillybandz pack is a collection of rubber collectibles shaped in all sorts of categories and themed collections. Some came in the shape of animals, others in dinosaurs. In recent times, there have also been Kardashian and Justin Bieber versions of these silly collectibles.

The Sillybandz craze skyrocketed back in 2010 when it seemed every student had at least two or three of these rubber band-like bracelets. The trend started after a man named Robert Croak found these rubber collectibles at a convention in China. He brought them back to America, thinking that it could become an excellent gift offer. Little did he know that it would become a movement that would create a buzz among students of that period.

The Sillybandz craze skyrocketed back in 2010 when it seemed every student had at least two or three of these rubber band-like bracelets.

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However, the trend would turn into a fad in what seemed like an overnight shift of fate. The demand would drop, and so would sales. But in recent times, the Sillybandz craze seems to see a resurrection. Some attribute it to nostalgia or an unforeseen resurgence of popularity. Whatever the reason, it’s coming back.

And now, as a way of further growing the noise and conversations around the Sillybandz, an NFT collection is in the works. Exactly five thousand of these digital collectibles will be available online, each one unique from the other. “With cryptocurrency and NFTs being such a huge category for the ages 16-35 market, Sillybandz is a perfect brand to take part in this life-changing movement,” shares one of the team’s representatives.

Non-fungible tokens have become a hot item on the blockchain network. These digital tokens rely on unique artworks and virtual communities that trade them and invite others to join in on the fun. There are NFTs for practically any category now, but most of them are new ideas. Moreover, because these concepts come fresh off conceptualization, many of them are hit or miss releases.

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But with an offer like Sillybandz NFT, people are buying into something that many people are already familiar with. Accordingly, the creators hope that it would become a signal for more guaranteed success. Minimal effort has been put into promoting this upcoming digital token, but more than 20,000 people are already following the Instagram profile. There is also the 191,000-plus follower base on TikTok that’s supporting the Sillybandz resurgence. There's a big chance that the NFT version could sell like hotcakes once it hits the crypto market soon.

To learn more about the Sillybandz NFT, visit the official website.