Atari made its name as a pioneering gaming company before launching its NFT debut earlier this year. In honor of its 50th anniversary and as a tribute to the iconic Atari 2600 game console, 2,600 NFTs were released to a positive response from fans.
Now, these fans can experience their NFTs in the material world as Atari has teamed up with Pixels.com, a print-on-demand company. Through this partnership, fans can have their NFTs turned into physical prints to be displayed.
NFTs in Real Life
To get their hands on the physical versions of the Butcher Billy-designed artwork, users need to visit the dedicated AtariPrints.com site. After this, they can then connect their Ethereum wallets and customize their bespoke merchandise.
Five different sizes are available for each project and the frame and mat options can be designed in hundreds of different ways. After this, the team will then ship the item within 3 to 4 days.
— Atari (@atari) December 7, 2022
“We’ve spent the past 15+ years building software to help artists and brands sell print-on-demand products, and with the recent rise in popularity of NFTs, it was a natural fit to expand our printing capabilities to the NFT community. The response from NFT designers and marketplace operators has been incredible,” – Sean Broihier – CEO of Pixels.
Should this venture prove a success, NFT fans worldwide can soon have their favorite assets printed on all sorts of items.
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Tokoni Uti has written extensively on blockchain and cryptocurrency for years. Her work has appeared on sites like BTCmanager and Blockchain Reporter. She has a degree in Corporate Communications.