Today is the launch of the first GPK set to appear on Topps new NFT platform. In preparation for the launch, Topps Digital announced the challenges for Garbage Pail Kids Non-Flushable Tokens NFT set. There are three categories collectors can chase when busting packs of the new set. The challenges are open beginning 11/27/22, and end on 12/8/22 at 1:00 PM EST. The big challenge is challenge A – Set Collection Challenge. To qualify for this challenge collectors must collect 120 different NFTs in the set, all rarities except for Legendary. Challenge B is a Mini-Set Collection Challenge. There are a number of options in this category for collectors to collect all NFTs of a certain rarity for certain groups of similar characters. Finally challenge C – Artist Collection Challenge has collectors collecting all the NFTs of a certain rarity for the individual artists. All the details, including checklists can be found on the ToppsNFTs Blog. Awards for each challenge will be revealed at a later date. Packs for the new NFT set go on sale later today, 11/17/22, at 1:00 PM EST.
Topps Digital today announced they would be reducing the number of packs for sale for the upcoming 2022 Garbage Pail Kids Non-Flushable Tokens NFT set. They have decided to offer 50% of the original announced amount. There will now only be 1,920 packs available, instead of 3.840. Pack pricing and odds will remain the same. Topps has struggles to sell recent launches on their new ToppsNFTs.com platform. Offering a lower amount could lead to more interest and a rarer product. Packs are scheduled to go on sale tomorrow, 11/17 at 1:00 EST.
Topps is officially bringing Garbage Pail Kids back into the digital NFT world. Today the company announced 2022 Garbage Pail Kids Non-Flushable Tokens NFT Collection. The set features brand new art with gags based on NFTs and the Crypto industry. All artwork on the set was completed by artists Joe Simko, Brent Engstrom, David Gross, Justin Gammon, Darrin Pepe, and Jerad Hill. The base set consists of 24 cards, there are no a/b versions in this set, all different artwork. In addition to the base set, there are five additional variations of the cards to collect in different rarities. Each card is available in; Base (Common), Facsimile Signature (Uncommon), Animation (Rare), Animation Facsimile Signature (Super Rare), Golden Animation (Epic), and Golden Animation Facsimile Signature (Legendary).
There will be just one pack type for sale. Each pack will cost $40 and contain 8 NFTs. Each pack guarantees at lease 1 Uncommon and 1 Rare or higher NFT. There will be a total of 3,840 packs of the collection for sale by Topps. Collectors have the following chances of pulling the following variations; Common (39.1%), Uncommon (28.1%), Rare (18.8%), Super Rare (9.4%), Epic (3.1%), and Legendary (1.5%). Topps has promised there will be collection challenges and prizes announced soon.
This set marks GPK’s return to the digital NFT world after a long absence. The set is being released on Topps new ToppsNFTs.com platform. Collectors who were familiar with Topps’ previously released GPK NFTs on the WAX Blockchain will want to take note of the differences between the two platforms. ToppsNFTs.com is on the Avalanche Blockchain. Topps has built their own closed platform and marketplace to house all their NFTs. This means collectors no longer have to purchase tokens to buy NFTs. All sales of packs and individual cards are done via credit card. Since the new platform is a closed system, many of the features found on WAX do not yet exists on ToppsNFTs.com. NFTs can only be bought and sold on the new website. Minimum listing price per NFT is $2. There is no wallet access, therefore NFTs can not be traded. NFTs also can’t be moved off of the platform. Other GPK NFTs on the WAX Blockchain also can not be moved onto the new platform. International withdrawal is in its infancy, and has only launched for a couple of countries. Topps has also had numerous growing pains with errors and uptime on their website. Topps has promised many of these features, with updated timelines well into 2023-2024.
Collectors who don’t already have an account setup will want to make sure they complete some steps ahead of time. They should go to ToppsNFTs.com and create a new account. In order to buy and sell NFTs on the platform, collectors will need to verify their identity on the new account within the account settings. They can also add a credit card for payments and bank information for withdrawals.
The 2022 GPK Non-Flushable Tokens NFT Collection is set to launch on 11/17/22 at 1:00 PM EST. The complete checklist, including pictures of all the base cards, can be found here. Below are some examples of the animations and press release from Topps for the release.
2022 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Non-Flushable Tokens NFT Collection Lovingly Takes Aim atCrypto Contemporaries
All-new original set of digital collectibles riff on popular NFT and crypto projects with quintessential series humor and alliteration
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The Topps Company, Inc., a division of Fanatics Collectibles and next-gen physical and digital trading card company, today announced the 2022 Topps GPK Non-Flushable Tokens NFT Collection, an all-new original set of digital collectibles that puts a unique Garbage Pail Kids twist on popular NFT projects and the crypto community as a whole.
“The GPK Non-Flushable Tokens Collection pokes fun at our friends in the NFT pop culture space with all the absurdities and oddities fans have grown to love from the immensely talented Garbage Pail Kids artists,” said Tobin Lent, VP & Global General Manager of Topps Digital. “The creativity of this set and the delightfully detestable collectibles within, particularly in animated form, will be a joy for the community to collect!”
From CryptoPUKES and LUNA-tic to GASSIE Infinity and Bored Adam Yuck Club, fans can get their heads into the gutter with 144 unique collectibles from 24 different subjects, featuring artist signatures and animated variants.
The 2022 Topps GPK Non-Flushable Tokens NFT Collection will be available for purchase on Thursday, November 17 at 1 p.m. ET, exclusively on ToppsNFTs.com with card rarities ranging from Common to Legendary.
Challenges tasking collectors to obtain certain subjects from the collection to earn additional rewards will be announced soon with details and prize details. Fans that connected with Topps at New York Comic Con can also look forward to receiving their NYCC 2022 GPK Event Exclusive digital collectibles in the coming weeks to complement the release of the full set. Event exclusive collectibles feature color variations for each day of the convention.
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Topps NFT digital cards are back. Topps Digital announced today they will be giving away daily Garbage Pail Kids NFTs at this year’s New York Comic Con. Collectors attending the show who already have a ToppsNFT account, or creates one at the show, can reserve a unique GPK “CMYK” variant each day of the show at the Topps Digital booth (#2819). Collectors will need to give their account information daily to a Topps Digital staff member to reserve that day’s NFT. The NFTs will be delivered to collector’s accounts prior to the end of 2022.
The NFTs themselves are “printing plate” themed motion NFTs of artwork that has been done by Joe Simko. Simko’s autograph also appears on each motion NFT. Thursday’s card is the Cyan version, Friday is Megenta, Saturday is Yellow, and Sunday is Key (Black). These are the first GPK NFTs Topps have released since the Food Fight NFTs in early 2021. Topps NFT business has under gone immense changes since that time. Previously, Topps launched NFTs on the Wax Blockchain. Topps now launches all their NFTs on their own website toppsnfts.com, which is on the Avalanche Blockchain. Their new website has gone through some growing pains since the launch. Many features collectors were used to on the Wax blockchain are still awaiting implementation, and are listed on the company’s roadmap. Collectors can buy and sell NFTs on the website using a credit card, no interaction with crypto currencies is required. After focusing mainly on Soccer and Baseball NFTs in 2022, Topps does have plans for a GPK NFT set. The roadmap for ToppsNFTs shows a GPK set listed under Q4 Content launches.