The 10 Best NFT Projects to Follow in 2022


There are millions of NFTs for sale, and it seems like thousands of new projects start every day. How do you find the best NFT projects to follow and possibly invest in among all the noise?
For one thing, you might not want to think of NFTs as investments, depending on how much money you want to spend. There are 4 million assets on OpenSea, which is the most popular marketplace for NFTs, and possibly millions more on other marketplaces like Raible, Foundation, SuperRare, NBA Top Shot, and more. With the NFT universe being so big and growing all the time, it is safe to say that not all of these assets will go up in value. Here are the best NFT projects in 2022

10. Propert’s Virtual Reality

Property’s is the most inventive NFT/metaverse real estate collecting game. By combining the mechanics of famous games, they hope to create a new experience on and off the metaverse. Each NFT card depicts a piece of real estate inspired by different cultures and economies.

9. Women Rise

Maliha Abidi’s Women Rise is a 10,000-piece random collection. The collection aims to make NFT more inclusive and varied by introducing more women characters and contributing a portion of primary sales to gender equality, girls’ education, and mental health in underprivileged communities.

8. Doodles

Doodles are 10,000 non-fungible tokens (NFTs) developed by Burnt Toast. Doodles has a community bank called “Doodlebank” that will support new adventures. Doodlebank has almost $5M as of this writing.

7. Kibatsu Mecha

Kibatsu Mecha is a collection of 2,222 hand-drawn and fully animated characters made by animator Jerry Liu. Kibatsu Mecha’s 7 qualities vary in rarity. Several Kibatsu Mechas will be “mega rare” and have unique traits not seen in other characters.

6. DeeKay

The popular #LetsWalk series was made by the artist DeeKay Kwon. LetsWalk is a project that is still going on. The goal is to make 100 character walk cycles. As of this writing, DeeKay Kwon has finished 72 walk cycles and has worked on projects like Invisible Friends, Doodles, and Kibatsu Mecha.

5. Azuki

Azuki “jump between the blurring edges of the physical and digital worlds as they combine”. Azuki is a project that gives you access to “The Garden” with 10,000 avatars. Azuki’s project blurs the physical and digital worlds in The Garden. Azuki’s characters are used for streetwear collabs, NFT drops, and live events.

4. Fly Fish Club

Gary Vaynerchuk’s Flyfish club is the first NFT members-only eating club. The NFT membership allows you to lease or sell it at any time. Gary Vaynerchuk’s prior efforts (Vee Friends) suggest that Flyfish membership value will rise.

3. Dribblie

Dribblie is a Play to Earn football manager where players compete for glory. Stake, own, or rent NFTs and make money playing football. Dribblie is a deflationary play-to-win game. Deflationary NFTs raise the value of surviving assets. Unique burning and staking procedures are key to the game and supply chain.

2. VeeFriends

Gary Vaynerchuk developed VeeFriends. Gary is Chairman of VaynerX and CEO of VaynerMedia. Simply put, VeeFriends is a ticket to Gary V’s multi-day super conference. The first NFT ticketed conference is VeeCon. VeeCon is where VeeFriends token holders make relationships, discuss ideas, and learn.

1. Crypto Baristas

The first season of Crypto Barista will start with 60 caffeine-loving characters whose ownership helps plan and open the World’s First NFT-funded Café. Crypto baristas aim to develop a community that appreciates art, caffeine, entrepreneurship, and innovation. The idea aims to build a physical venue in NYC that promotes art and innovation.


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