Lamborghini Epic Road Trip NFT
Lamborghini partnered with NFT PRO and INVNT.ATOM to take you on ‘The Epic Road Trip’, a virtual journey that starts from the Moon, crosses space and then continues onward through iconic locations across the world. You’ll be able to collect new NFTs every month for eight months until March 2023. The collection includes four NFTs released each month for 4 days consecutively and will be available to purchase for 24 hours only.

Mark Zuckerberg Little League Baseball Card NFT
Photo credit: Metropolis | Comic Connect
To celebrate expanding digital collectible NFTs to 100 more countries on Instagram, Mark Zuckerberg announced today that he is minting his old autographed little league baseball card as a digital collectible. Believe it or not, this is a real card owned by Metropolis | Comic Connect that Mark Zuckerberg had personally made to give to his favorite camp counselor, Allie Tarantino, back in 1992.

Tony Hawk The Sandbox Largest Skatepark Metaverse
Tony Hawk has partnered with The Sandbox, a decentralized gaming virtual world, to create ‘Tony Hawk LAND’. This is touted as the ‘world’s biggest virtual skatepark’ where users will be able to create Tony Hawk avatar NFTs based on his most iconic skateboards, equipment, and apparel, including the iconic skateboard used to land the 900 at the X Games in 1999.

RTFKT x Nike Cryptokicks NFT Sneakers
RTFKT and Nike partnered to debut CryptoKicks, which are essentially virtual NFT sneakers for the metaverse. These are so popular that some of them have sold for upwards of $80,000+ USD, thanks in part due to the customization features. Users are able to customize these sneakers using ‘skin vials’ from various designers, allowing one to change patterns and add effects such as flashing lights.

Shl0ms Blow Up Lamborghini Huracan NFT
One artist who goes by “Shl0ms” online blew up a 2015 Lamborghini Huracan and plans to turn the fragments into 999 non-fungible tokens, or better known as NFTs, to auction off. The explosion is completely real, and the fragments being auctioned off as well, but what buyers are getting are digital versions. That’s right, each one of the 999 fragments were receovered and then filmed in 4K to create a rotating video before being minted as an NFT.

Indonesia Student Sultan Gustaf Al Ghozali Millionaire NFT Selfie
Sultan Gustaf Al Ghozali, a student from Indonesia, decided to take a selfie of himself everyday since 2017. Fast forward to 2022, and those selfies have now made him a millionaire overnight. Why? He minted them as non fungible tokens (NFTs) on the OpenSea NFT marketplace. For those who haven’t caught up on NFTs, they’re basically digital collectibles like art and music that are put on Blockchain technology, and cannot be duplicated. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Nissan Canada GT-R NFT Auction
If you spend $280,000 CAD on this auction and managed to win, you’ll get a unique 1 of 1 non-fungible token (NFT). This digital asset is basically hosted on the blockchain, inspired by the brand’s GT-R sports car, and was created by Canadian artist Alex McLeod. Now the kicker is that it does come with a bonus in the form of keys to an accompanying 2021 GT-R NISMO Special Edition in an exclusive Stealth Grey exterior color, which makes the reserve price on the auction much more reasonable. Read more for a short video and additional information.

Steve Jobs 1973 Job Application NFT Auction
Photo credit: Norman Seeff
An actual job application that Steve Jobs filled out in 1973 is back up for auction after previously selling for over $222,000 USD last year. Unlike the previous sale, this auction will not only include the hand-written job application, but an NFT as well, which was created in collaboration with Rarible, an NFT marketplace. Bidding starts on July 21st through auction organizer Olly Johshi’s website and on Rarible for the NFT.

Fast Furious Lykan Hypersport NFT
H/t: Car Scoops
Fast & Furious 7 had a famous scene that featured the Lykan HyperSport jumping across skyscrapers, and the studio used many stunt vehicles before they got it right. RubiX is offering the last remaining one as the world’s first physically-backed automotive NFT. What does this mean? The buyer is granted full ownership of both the digital and physical assets. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.