Burger King UK is the recent brand to realize the revolutionary importance of NFTs. Moreover, there is a hunt. In a simple tweet, the worldwide fast-food chain asked more than 104,000 followers: “What is NFT?“
Of course, Crypto Twitter was glad to respond.
2021 was a great year for NFTs. Sales reached $24.9 billion, up from $94.9 million a year earlier, as stated by DappRadar. Thus, normally, more brands and companies are beginning to recognize the rise opportunities they can bring to their business. Burger King UK seems to be looking for NFT attractions.
This tweet went viral with more than 21,000 likes and 3300 tweets. The NFT community certainly enjoyed tweeting their definition of NFTs. One user even joked that Burger King might be able to launch Burgerverse, a fast-growing wordplay for Metaverse.
Burger King US also joined the fun and tweeted that NFT symbols for ChickeN, Fries and Two Onion Rings. Aside from joking, the American arm of the fast-food actually released a massive NFT ad as part of its “Keep It Real Campaign” the previous year. Users redeemed NFTs by easily scanning QR codes in more than 6 million Meal Box. Thus, users are wondering if Burger King will drop a set game anchored on NFTs or other thing else.
Other fast-food brands have already received their own flavor of NFT. The previous March 2021, Taco Bell introduced the 25 NFTs for what it called iconic, original artwork inspired by our tacos at an simply eatable price of our menu items. At the same time, McDonald’s China celebrated its 31st anniversary with 188 Big Mac NFTs in the market.