by R.A. Rowell
While digital watch faces are popular for Apple Watch, watchOS, and Android Wear, WatchSkins is a company turning digital watch faces into one-of-a-kind blockchain digital collectibles. Founders Collin and Justin Knock know how a watch can tell a lot about a wearer's personality. Now, along with their creative director Seth Cheshire, the Knocks are creating a platform where you can create, buy, and sell digital watch faces as blockchain NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens).
Smart watches have exploded in popularity. But unlike old-school watches, the digital watch faces you've been able to buy have been available to everyone. So, WatchSkins has found the perfect way to bring a truly unique watch face to your favorite digital watch. Collin Knock likens them to digital baseball cards, another popular collectible that has just recently come into the blockchain NFT universe with Panini America's new Blockchain Marketplace. It goes to show that even a concept as old-school as a watch can find new life in the digital age.
The marketplace is currently in beta and Digital Collectibles Journal will be continuing to comment on this story as it develops. Which digital watch faces will thrive as blockchain NFTs? Stay tuned to find out!
More to come.
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R.A. Rowell is a collectibles enthusiast who comes from a long history of collecting trading cards in both sports and in Trading Card Games. He is passionate about educating the world about the future promise and benefits of digital collectibles, both on the blockchain and off.