Pixar Animation Studios’ non-fungible tokens (NFT) collection, Pixar Pals, has sold out within 24 hours after Sunday drop.

The NFTs collection, which celebrates some of the most iconic characters and moments brought to life by Pixar Animation Studios, was listed on the VeVe marketplace.

The collection feature Woody in Toy Story, Mike Wazowski from Monsters University film, Lightning McQueen from Cars, The House from Up from, Up, and Edna Mode from The Incredibles,

The total number of the NFTs released is 54,995, and each cost 60 gems, equivalent to $60. Gems are VeVe’s in-app tokens. This means that the total NFT sales made approximately $3.3 million.

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Pixar stated that “a 6% licensor fee will be applied to Disney sales in the secondary market in addition to the existing VeVe 2.5% secondary market fee.”

According to a statement announcing the NFT drop, Pixar stated that the NFTs are only offered for purchase in a blind box. This means that buyers won’t know the particular rarity they are paying for until after a successful purchase.