Top 15 NFT Projects in 2022

Published on 12 Aug 2022

NFT Projects

In the last two years, non-fungible tokens have been a major subject of debate. Famous collections such as the Bored Ape Yacht Club have sold items for millions of dollars. Digital artworks have also been sold at prestigious auction houses such as Christie's for tens of millions of dollars.

The public is rushing into the NFT business in droves because of the buzz around these high-value items, but what are the best projects to back?

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1. Silks

Silks is a play-to-earn metaverse, meaning that collectors may earn prizes by playing the game, which simulates the thoroughbred horse-racing business by selling thoroughbred racehorses as non-fungible tokens.

Dan Nissanoff, Troy Levy, Benjamin (Binny) Plotkin, with Michael Lira, all of whom have substantial experience as entrepreneurs, developers, and project managers, are the project's creators.

The NFTs portray horses that resemble actual thoroughbreds. When a horse in the real world wins a race, the owner of the horse's NFT in the Silks metaverse receives a prize.

2. Doodles

Evan Keast, Jordan Castro, and Scott Martin created the Doodles NFT collection, which consists of 10,000 unique NFTs with hundreds of distinct attributes. Each NFT is a colorful doodle portraying an animated skeleton, animal, extraterrestrial, humanoid, or spaceship.

The owners of Doodles non-financial tokens get unique access to new items and hosted events. Doodles also utilizes decentralized governance, allowing owners to vote on significant features, goods, and events.

3. Moonbirds

Proof Collective created Moonbirds, a firm co-founded by Kevin Rose and Justin Mezzell. Each Moonbird provides access to unique events, gatherings, and new endeavors. The series was designed with usefulness and community in mind.

This collection of over 10,000 NFTs contains cartoon owls with distinctive characteristics. Some of the artworks even incorporate owl skeletons and robotic owls.

4. Women Rise

Women Rise was developed by Maliha Abidi, a notable Pakistani-American artist, and published author. The initiative strives to boost diversity with inclusion in the NFT business.

Women Rise offers 10,000 distinct, computer-generated digital artworks depicting women to achieve this objective. The women in the works are scientists, activists, programmers, and specialists from many origins and nations.

Additionally, ownership confers advantages. For instance, 100 Women Rise NFT owners get a complimentary copy of the book "RISE: Incredible Women of Color Who Changed the World," which covers the extraordinary tales of 100 women from across the globe. It is also illustrated by the same artist who hand-drew over 450 qualities for the Women Rise collection and randomized them.

5. VeeFriends

Gary Vaynerchuk, an ambitious business professional, created the VeeFriends initiative. In addition to having a love for creation, he takes both of these hobbies to the metaverse via NFTs.

VeeFriends collectors own more than simply crypto-collectibles. The NFTs are keys to the VeeFriends network and three-year passes to the private VeeCon event.

The collection includes a variety of abstract drawings of animals, such as birds, cheetahs, bats, fish, and even ladybugs, each with a whimsical touch and a bright backdrop.

6. Flyfishing Club

David Rodolitz's Flyfish Club is an original NFT venture. The initiative is the first in the world to portray a private dining club whose memberships are purchased using NFTs.

The eatery at the center of the Flyfish Club is normally located in New York City, and its menu offers seafood dishes from renowned chefs. There is also an extensive raw bar with international cuisines.

The collection consists of digital art featuring fish and sushi.

7. Football Controlled by Fans

Fan Controlled Football was created by Sohrob Farudi, Patrick Dees, and Grant Cohen. Former professional football player Ray Austin is also the team's commissioner.

Actual arena football games inspired the designers of Fan Controlled Football. Fans vote on plays, and the teams in the game execute the most popular plays. In the FCF community, however, supporters are in charge.

The Ballerz project's non-fungible tokens enable the management of actual football teams. There are several types of ballerz, including Bored Apes, Kingpins, and others.

8. NFT Worlds

ArkDev and Temptranquil are the pseudonyms of NFT Worlds' creators, who are undoxxed. The project is a non-fungible token game and metaverse in which owners own provable land rights.

Utilizing Minecraft-like features and functionality, owners construct their metaverses.

NFTs in NFT Worlds adapt as their owners' metaverses grow. When the worlds begin, they appear as pixelated images of forests, waterways, and rolling hills.

9. Axie Infinity

Axie Infinity was created by the Vietnamese business Sky Mavis. The project is a metaverse game in which creatures known as Axies combat, construct, and search for wealth.

Additionally, collectors may mate their Axies to produce new NFTs.

The NFTs are multicolored animals resembling a cross between birds and cats, each possessing a distinct combination of characteristics.

10. Bored Ape Yacht Club 

The Bored Ape Yacht Club collection was designed by Yuga Labs, an industry leader in NFTs. Numerous celebrities have shown interest in the initiative, and major music companies have signed some NFTs as metaverse megabands.

The NFTs in the collection function as membership cards to an elite club with an expanding array of perks.

Bored Ape NFTs include animated apes. Every ape in the collection has a unique combination of characteristics, such as facial features, backdrop colors, and headgear.

11. Invisible Friends

Markus Magnusson created Invisible Friends, which comprises 5,000 animated figures that are invisible. Each figure has a distinct mix of characteristics, such as clothes and backdrop color, and seems to be strolling.

It is anticipated that the project's roadmap would lead to additional characters and powers, such as the ability to convert NFTs into 3D equivalents.

12. Moon Boyz

Moon Boyz is an undoxxed compilation created by Swan Kenzo, Maitre Fritz, Tesseract, and Komet. The collection consists of 11,111 distinct, randomly produced 3D NFTs representing aliens.

Those who possess Moon Boyz NFTs can access a growing online and offline community and events.

The creators aspire for the project to assume a position of prominence in various metaverse domains.

13. is mostly recognized as Tom Brady's NFT platform. The initiative is centered on sports and offers NFTs of popular sportsmen, offering fans a unique method to demonstrate their support.

Members amass their collector scores by possessing digital playing cards.

14. Dispersion

Ari Meilich and Esteban Ordano developed Decentraland together. The project is a metaverse that enables users to own digital land parcels. The sole limitation on how users may create their property is their creativity.

Users of Decentraland may also explore land created by other users and interact with the NFT community.

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15. Cryptoon Goonz

Cryptoon Goonz was created by a developer with the handle "@SeanTat2s" who remains anonymous. The collection consists of 6,969 NFTs showing cartoon goons, essentially bad copies of well-known and beloved cartoon characters.

This initiative aims to connect the NFT community and give back to the community that supports it.


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