These five cards will be available to purchase on Nifty's from July 19-30, 2022.

Premium Shark Card NFTs

Five Premium Shark Card NFTs will be available to purchase on Nifty's from July 19-30.

Five Premium Shark Card NFTs will be available to purchase on Nifty's from July 19-30.

Shark Week NFT Drop: Everything You Need to Know

By: Discovery

Shark Week has entered the metaverse.

July 14, 2022

Ocean apex predators to the front! The first Shark Week NFTs are available to purchase on Nifty's from July 20-31.

Here's how to collect them all!

These will be available to claim for free each night of Shark Week, airing July 24-30 on Discovery.

Free Claimable Shark Card NFTs

Watch Shark Week on Discovery from July 24-30 to claim a free NFT each night via a QR code shown on TV.

Watch Shark Week on Discovery from July 24-30 to claim a free NFT each night via a QR code shown on TV.

The first five eco-friendly NFTs drop Wednesday, July 20, at $10 each on Nifty’s, an NFT-focused platform and marketplace. The premium cards will be available to purchase through July 31.

Plus, starting Sunday, July 24, watch Shark Week during the 9p ET broadcast hour to claim one exclusive FREE NFT each night of the week through July 30. When Bob the Shark reveals the QR code on your TV, scan it for a free claimable NFT to add to your collection. Once you own a Shark Week NFT, you’ll be able to trade and sell it on Nifty's marketplace.

Everyone who collects all 12 sharks — the five premium cards in addition to the seven free claimable cards — by August 15 will receive jaw-some prizes.

In the spirit of Shark Week, Warner Bros. Discovery will donate five thousand dollars to Beneath the Waves, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting our oceans through state-of-the-art science and technology.

The Shark Week NFTs will be minted on the eco-friendly Palm Network which features low gas costs, fast transaction finality and is over 99.9% more energy efficient than Proof of Work systems.

Check SharkWeek.com/Collect for updates, and join the conversation by following Shark Week on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

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