Yesterday night the Pteria DAO put on sale a new series of NFTs on OpenSea, which represent the skin of Pug Dog in the Wallem app game.
These new 100 NFTs will be sold for 1 ETH each.
Pug Dog represents the bulldog of Marzia Kjellberg and PewDiePie, which are two worldwide influencers that support Wallem and Pteria.
How the NFTs work in the Wallem ecosystem
One week ago, the Pteria DAO issued a limited number of NFTs representing skins that are used in Wallem, the first gaming app to use PTERIA tokens.
Owning these specific NFTs is a source of revenue because the person who buys them will earn 100% in PTERIA tokens from each sale of the Pug Dog skin in Wallem. These benefits are ad infinitum.
This way, this model can generate large and continuous profits to the NFT owner, especially considering that PewDiePie himself published a video about Wallem on his YouTube channel where he has more than 100 million subscribers.
On sale on OpenSea there are also other 4 NFTs representing PewDiePie himself, which is also a skin in the Wallem app.
What is Wallem?
Wallem is a mobile gaming application that is available on both iOS and Android. It works similarly to the world famous app Pokemon Go, so the player has to walk around to catch products and cryptocurrencies.
Last week, for example, 10 lucky players had the chance to obtain iPhone 12 or Armani Exchange watches. These products arrive directly to the house of the player; he just needs to capture enough brand points in the app and enter his address details.
Big names are involved in partnerships with Wallem – or better with the company that owns the game, the Swiss Krakatoa SA – such as the above-mentioned Armani Exchange, but also IBM and Motta Girella. The company is also collaborating with Amazon, Aprilia, Prada and more brands to organize new events for 2021.