Zero interest from me. NFTs make a lot of sense as a public record of physical asset ownership (i.e. for things like land and vehicle registration plates) which can be transferred when that changes hands, but make no sense whatsoever as a collectible.
At least they don’t require much in the way of storage? Otherwise - I’ll probably throw some money at them soon, I just can’t see myself fully understanding why for any other reason besides hype/speculation.
So you buy digital packs for the same price as a real pack to own a digital picture? Sign me up
The cardboard where your Charizard or Black Lotus is printed on is pretty much worthless as well.
I was only partially joking. cs:go has already proven that a few pixels on your pc screen can be worth 1k-4k+. Just look at all the knifes or special souvenir skins in that game.
So it could be done very successfully. The difference is that collectors actually like to possess the items they own, look at them, feel them, smell them. Creepy. Yikes. Why do you smell them?
But in cs go owning items is more of a status symbol that you show off to your teammates. So thats why it works there. Owning digital cards ... you cant really show them off. And you dont physically own them. so.. unless there is a way to show off your massive online collection to a lot of people...