After months of generating hype on social media and in the NFT community, Nike and RTKT have finally revealed what’s inside their mysterious “MNLTH” NFT: a pair of digital Nike Dunk sneakers, dubbed “Cryptokicks,” in a variety of colors and styles.
RTFKT, together with Nike CryptoKicks, introduce the future of Sneakers, powered by Skin Vial tech— RTFKT Studios (@RTFKTstudios) April 22, 2022
Welcome to 2052 : 🌐👟🧪 pic.twitter.com/7449L79Bf4
RTFKT Studios engaged the community a few days ago with a series of quests, the solutions to which would help to unlock MNLTH and reveal what it was concealing.
Those who owned RTFKT’s MNLTH, the digital box NFT that was airdropped to anybody who had a Clone-X for free in February (Clone-X is the PFP project that RTFKT created with artist Takashi Murakami in November.)
To begin, the business will provide eight RTFKT-made evolutionary “skins,” which will let users modify the shoes with different styles and designs.
“This is just the beginning,” RTFKT stated in a tweet. This claim looks about right. RTFKT has made steps and demonstrated its capacity to involve the community of NFT enthusiasts since its partnership with Nike, and this is likely to continue in the future.
Similarly, Nike is steadily moving toward the metaverse and the world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), maintaining pace with its historic competitor Adidas.