Non-fungible tokens(NFT) continued to play an essential role in the growing Web3 industry in the past year, despite declining trading volumes and floor prices. The technology initiated a shift away from hype-based drops to utility-centric projects with long-term value.
In 2023, the importance of NFTs in the blockchain space will continue to spill over into mainstream culture, and more investors will capitalise on the growing trend of owning digital collectibles. With increasingly high-profile names becoming involved in the NFT space, it is high time to consider investing in this lucrative trend.
However, it can be hard to find the best NFTs to invest in because thousands of NFT projects are listed on NFT marketplaces such as OpenSea and Hashgreed. Each NFT represents a unique piece of art, and since there are millions of NFTs going up for sale and many more getting launched daily, it can get confusing to determine which are the best NFT projects to invest in.
Nevertheless, In this article, we have reviewed and come up with a list of 3 NFTs to buy and add to your portfolio in 2023.
This is a promising NFT project you should look towards in 2023. The reason is not far-fetched – Wen Sandwich is created by the team behind the legendary Bored Ape Yacht Club artwork –Migwashere. With that background, there is an indication that Wen Sandwich is the next NFT project to cause a craze in the NFT community.
Investors in the Wen Sandwich collection will be able to create sandwiches. They can choose from over 150 ingredients to create a unique or basic sandwich. They would probably have a special recipe they love and want to share with the world. With the project, they can choose from an ingredient list which includes chicken, bacon, tomato, seasonings, and so many others and showcase their digital culinary skills to the world.
Apart from the fact that Migwashere is behind the project, the initiative is novel and unique. The minting for Wen Sandwich is scheduled for the last days of this month. The mint price is also meager at 0.05 ETH. However, collectors can add more ingredients to the sandwich to make it interesting.
The collection is community-driven, and the mint price is low. Given this, you should keep tabs on the project’s socials to avoid missing out on one of the most exciting NFT projects of 2022.
Yeah Tigers is a collection of 10,000 individual NFTs with artwork based around tigers. Launched in June 2022, the Yeah Tigers collection is one of the best cheap NFT projects in terms of art.
The project also comes with plenty of utility. After purchasing a Yeah Tiger, the holder can stake it on Magic Eden to receive a unique, wearable NFT shirt.
2022 is a promising year for the project as it has a lot of great developments in store. As Yeah Tigers’ followership and acceptance continue to grow, there are plans to build a dedicated Yeah Tigers community and organise real-life meet-ups for holders. Also, the team behind the project wants to open an art studio where NFT fans and artists can collaborate.
With all these developments in phases, Yeah Tiger is currently underpriced and is one of the best cheap NFTs to buy in 2023. The current floor price of a Yeah Tigers NFT is 0.49SOL, around $8. You can snipe up one or two of the art pieces on Magic Eden.
The Shrapnel Operators Collection consists of 5,500 NFTs based on 5 characters featured in Shrapnel’s upcoming comic series. This project has loads of utility, making it one of the best and cheapest NFTs to buy this year.
Holders of a Shrapnel Operator are granted early access to an upcoming NFT game based on the collection. Also, every holder will receive the comic linked to the character they own, along with a host of future NFT airdrops based on the rarity level of the holder’s operator.
The current floor price for the collection is just 0.08 ETH ($124 at press time), making it one of the cheapest NFTs with viability to buy in 2023.
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