One of the latest additions to the world of fun holidays, International NFT Day on September 20 is a time to celebrate the future of digital ownership: non-fungible tokens, a.k.a. NFTs.
In 2022, celebrations take place both online and offline, as Twitter Spaces and in-person events in major cities worldwide bring NFT enthusiasts of the world together.
If you’re not sure if you even know what an NFT is, the official website for International NFT Day does a good job explaining the basics. There you can also find links to the events, or even mint an NFT of your own on an environmentally-friendly blockchain!
International NFT Day is one of over 100+ holidays observed in September. If you need even more holidays to celebrate, here’s our complete social media holiday calendar.
When is International NFT Day?
International NFT Day always takes place on September 20.
|International NFT Day 2022||Tuesday, September 20|
|International NFT Day 2023||Wednesday, September 20|
|International NFT Day 2024||Friday, September 20|
|International NFT Day 2025||Saturday, September 20|
|International NFT Day 2026||Sunday, September 20|
|International NFT Day 2027||Monday, September 20|
September 20, 2017 was the day when the ERC-721, the standard on which most NFTs are built, was introduced to the world by Date Shirley of Dapper Labs. So every year, International NFT Day commemorates that momentous day in history – and celebrates the future of digital ownership.
International NFT Day Post Ideas
Taking a look at Twitter, there are already clear signs that International NFT Day is here to stay. If you are a NFT project, you definitely want to have something planned for this day, whether a freebie, an event or a contest with great prizes! Here below are a few ideas we think you might like:
- Post idea 1: Have a Twitter giveaway for your followers. Easy, but it works.
- Post idea 2: Reflect on NFTs today, compared to how things used to be. A year in crypto feels like a decade in real life, right? What has changed and how do you see the future of NFTs? Create a Twitter thread and don’t forget to engage with the replies you get.
- Post idea 3: Maybe you have created something special for International NFT Day? Show it off and share a story about why you did it. If you created a special NFT, you can combine this with our first post idea (see above).
International NFT Day Hashtags
When posting on social media you should always remember to include hashtags so that people looking for the topic can find you.
These are the hashtags used specifically on International NFT Day:
- #NFTDay2022 (just change the year when/if necessary)
Other popular NFT-related hashtags:
Some of the above are specifically to be used when having a mac and cheese pizza, balls or bites, whereas others are more general. If you are a mac and cheese lover, then #macandcheeselover makes quite a lot of sense, doesn’t it?
International NFT Day Facts & Trivia
Looking for NFT facts and trivia? We’ve got you covered, fam!
- The most expensive NFT cost $69,3 million! This is what Beeple’s artwork named Everydays sold for in March 2021.
- The first-ever NFT was created in 2014. Here’s what it looks like:
How much did it cost? A measly $1.47 million.
- The biggest NFT marketplace, Opensea, had around 600,000 users in early 2022. Two years earlier? 2,000 users only.
- A lot of celebrities own NFTs, including Justin Bieber, Snoop Dogg, Sia, Mark Cuban and Reese Witherspoon.