Storytelling NFTs are the latest trend within the sector’s Twitter community. In recent days, it seems like it is all that people are talking about. There are hundreds of Tweets reading: “Storytelling NFTs.” Without any other context.
Now, many people keep wondering, what are these storytelling NFTs that everyone is busy looking at? You can look at them as a way of incorporating storytelling in Web3, with members of the community writing, voting, and contributing to stories. Thus, we believe that we should take a closer look at what exactly storytelling means within the nonfungible token community.
Jenkins The Valet’s ‘Bored & Dangerous’ appears to be making waves in the storytelling NFTs space.
Storytelling NFTs Overview
Putting it simply, Storytelling NFTs are a means for community members to become actively involved in the creative aspects of their communities. With that, they can write the story or narrative behind an NFT collection, most of which have the probability of becoming published work, if it becomes a success.
Vital Storytelling NFTs To Know
If you do not know where to start with Storytelling NFTs, here are some of the best projects available in the current market.
Bored and Dangerous was launched by Jenkins the Valet. This NFT collection fits in the storytelling genre and was developed thanks to the work of 3,000 members of ‘The Writers’ Room’ pushing the creative direction of the work.
Moreover – Neil Strauss, a 10-time New York Times Bestseller – wrote and published a Bored and Dangerous novel. The community that developed this collection owns the characters that feature in the novel, the illustrations and ‘Where’s Jenkins’ game. Today, the OpenSea floor price sits at 0.51 ETH, an impressive feat considering that the market is dominated by bears currently.
Similarly, Azurbala is majorly a related collection. Bored & Dangerous holders can burn their nonfungible tokens in exchange for an Azur Root, which is a sacred item found within Azurbala that can be readily redeemed for a PFP NFT.
When compared to the Bored & Dangerous collection, Azurbala is a fantasy-based work. Every faction, including The Sprawls, House Calypso, and many others, that makes up Azurbala has its in-house dedicated experience on the site.
On the flip side, Renga is a majorly different storytelling NFT collection. Started by Dirty Robot Works, it is mainly a handcrafted collection of 10,000 characters.
The collection is huge, having the identity of the characters within it. In its purest form, as their OpenSea reads: “RENGA is the art of storytelling.” For now, the floor price is 1.39 ETH, a massive, impressive number. Art, community, and inspiration inspired the impressive collection.
The Possibility For The Future Of Collaborative Communities
In general, the ambition of these projects and their communities is clear. As a result, Storytelling NFTs, if created correctly, could become a major part of the NFT space. It is now clear to see that these types of projects are becoming majorly popular, so we will wait to see whether this is the future of the NFT space. Although it seems a niche space, it is a sector that many people are excited about.