The iconic Eddie headlines this latest series of Funko Digital Pop!™
British heavy metal pioneers Iron Maiden have melted faces all over the world, and now they’re ready to throw down at a new venue: the WAX blockchain. Iron Maiden’s music icon Eddie, is headlining the latest set of Funko Digital Pop! collectibles.
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In celebration of the film’s 34th anniversary, your favorite characters come to life like never before on the WAX Blockchain
The year was 1987 — one of the greatest films of all time, The Princess Bride, dazzled us with a budding romance, heroic fights, dangerous swamps and a host of boisterous belly laughs.
Just in time to celebrate the movie’s 34th anniversary, we get to revisit the nostalgia and joy of the cult classic alongside beloved characters Buttercup, Westley, Inigo Montoya, Fezzik, Vizzini and so many more in the very first artistically reimagined Princess Bride Series 1 NFT Collection…
Imagine an eco-friendly blockchain that offers creators, developers, gamers and everyday users the chance to collect and sell valuable NFTs, follow their passions and make some serious earnings in the process — that’s WAX.
The past few months have been chock-full of phenomenal projects that have seen users benefiting in numerous ways. The following recap reveals why WAX has become one of the most trusted and transacted blockchains in the world.
Huge Brands and Collectors Capitalizing on WAX
More Proof That Play-to-Earn Is the Future of Gaming
Playing NFT games is a way to take ownership of the games you play. With dApps running on the WAX blockchain, earning NFTs is easy. And thanks to the very nature of how our technology works, doing so won’t cost you a fortune in transaction fees either. Best of all? You won’t need a separate — and pricey — graphics card in your computer to play games on WAX. …
Accessibility, affordability and our green mission
We all know that buying NFTs can sometimes be both a challenging experience and an expensive one. However, WAX does everything differently.
WAX provides you with the most user-friendly, cost-effective and fun experience in the industry.
We aren’t the number one used and transacted blockchain in the world for nothing!
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on the WAX Blockchain are digitized items with unique values that are securely authenticated, 100% verifiable and fully tradable.
These can come in many shapes and forms — trading cards from your favorite movie, fine art from world-renowned artists, stylish cosmetics for video games or even another avenue to help restore the planet by offsetting carbon emissions through vIRLs®.
Although the concept is fairly new and can seem complex, NFTs are the gateway to the future as we know it.
#1 A Rise in Popularity
NFTs are gaining some serious traction — so much so that WAX…
Derek Jeter and Ted Williams, two legends of these storied franchise, take center stage on the WAX Blockchain.
WAX breaks the barriers between its blockchain and Ethereum with all-new Ethereum Virtual Machine and Ethereum Bridge
The future is looking bright for WAX as we continue to expand our reach and grow our community while offering new opportunities for compatibility with Ethereum.
Following last week’s listing of WAXP on some major exchanges (including Binance and Gate.io), we are excited to announce two brand-new ways we’re increasing compatibility between WAX and Ethereum — a WAX Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) and an Ethereum Bridge for seamless token exchange.
We’re thrilled to announce that WAX, the most used layer-1 blockchain in the world, has surpassed 6 million WAX users!
This milestone came two days after WAXP was listed on Binance, Gate.io and AOFEX exchanges. These listings make WAXP easily accessible and opens up the world of NFTs to a far wider audience.
Now with WAXP being easier than ever to obtain, we’ve seen intense growth — both in new wallets and active users.
Funko is bringing the iconic roadside character’s decades of double-decker burgers and family fun to the WAX blockchain.
Funko was founded in 1998 with a line of nostalgic bobbleheads. You may be surprised to learn that the first to sell in stores was the fast food restaurant icon — Big Boy!
Big Boy got its name from one fan in particular — a chubby-cheeked six-year-old boy in droopy overalls. He would often help founder Bob Wian sweep up in exchange for a free burger. …