CurrencyWorks Cleans up on Latest Card Sale

CurrencyWorks Cleans up on Latest Card Sale

By: Dylan Sikes – News

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

People are feeling down these days, in many cases not being able to have fun with their friends, in desperate need of some fun, collectible items have seen a resurgence of late. Sports leagues are doing their bit by trying to revive their schedules, with varying degrees of success, hoping to play without making each other sick. 

Consumer discretionary stocks took their cue from this feeling Wednesday, surging 0.7% in both New York and Toronto. 

Los Angeles-based CurrencyWorks Inc. (OTC:CWRK) is a company which provides platforms that build digital currencies and provide a suite of products and services to create more transactions for brands. The Company announced today the sellout of the first digital collectible series for the Topps Company of the Garbage Pail Kids Series 1 on the WAX NFT (Non-Fungible Token) Platform.

Since 1938, kids of all ages have hearkened to Topps, the preeminent creator and brand marketer of physical and digital sports cards, entertainment cards and collectibles, and distinctive confectionery products. That includes Major League Baseball, Star Wars, WWE, Garbage Pail Kids, pretty much anything that’s fun. 

The $100,000 Garbage Pail Kids Series 1 inventory of NFT digital collectibles comprised packs of five cards for $4.99 and 30 cards for $24.99 as digital trading cards which can be held in digital wallets or traded on the platform. These sold out in just over 24 hours last spring with payment processing via Stripe. This is the first project for CurrencyWorks to support the WAX NFT platform.

CWRK shares hiked 20.9% to 7.855 cents, though the volume was a pale nine-thousand shares.

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