Hot Wheels fans will before long get an opportunity to possess their number one toy cars as NFTs.

Mattel is selling non-fungible tokens — remarkable digital assets that depend on blockchain technology that is like what’s utilized for Bitcoin transactions — of its notorious cars beginning on June 22 on its Mattel Creations site.

The digital workmanship includes the Twin Mill, Deora II and Bone Shaker models that are important for the Hot Wheels NFT Garage Series, with beginning offers at 99 pennies.

“Mattel Creations is the ideal stage for us to introduce restricted release authority items that address our unbelievable fan base just as draw in new fans to our huge arrangement of mainstream society brands,” president and head working official, Richard Dickson said in an explanation.

The toymaker, which likewise makes Barbie, said it will dispatch more NFTs of its celebrated brands not long from now.

Simply last week the most costly NFT sold was an image of the Shiba Inu known as “doge” which went for $4 million to a unidentified buyer with the twitter handle @pleasrDAO.

Digital assets have detonated in prevalence this year with even an imperceptible figure by the Italian craftsman, Salvatore Garau, selling for $18,000 this month.

The buyer was given a certificate of realness to demonstrate that it was genuine.