Cryptocollectibles so far have spanned kitties, punks, Pepes, and sentient crystals. Now, a pair of developers in Sweden want people to “collect the internet.”
It sounds ridiculous, and that’s maybe because it is. But Johan Unger and Mattias Tyrberg are serious when they talk about MarbleCards, their cryptocollectible project that is currently in beta and lets users create their own digital cards—like virtual baseball cards, but instead of featuring pro athletes, they’ll (eventually) be able to showcase any webpage on the internet. People aren’t using real money to bid on cards yet, but the eventual plan is to let people use ether to buy the cards, each of which will be unique thanks to nonfungible ERC-721 tokens.