Ross Ulbricht’s NFT series will be auctioned by Superrare at Art Basel Miami – Bitcoin News
At Art Basel Miami on December 2, the first Ross Ulbricht non-fungible token (NFT) series will be exhibited at the event and auctioned through Superrare. Proceeds from the auction will be used to support Ross Ulbricht’s free endeavours and a donor proposal fund called Art4giving, which helps support people who have imprisoned family members.
10 NFTs featuring Ross Ulbricht’s personal work
Non-fungible token (NFT) assets have become a major event this year, and seem to have turned into a billion-dollar industry overnight.this week Ross UbrichtThe founder of the now-defunct Silk Road Market launched his first NFT series after nine years in jail for nonviolent crimes. Ulbricht was the first offender, and most people considered his case to be a “misjudgment”. He was sentenced to life imprisonment double life imprisonment for creating the website, plus 40 years, also considered severe.
Ulbricht is still fighting for his freedom petition Hosted on change.org, it has received a lot of attention and signatures since its launch.The petition asks the U.S. President and the government to grant Ulbricht a pardon, and the number of signatures supporting Ulbricht’s freedom is close to 500,000 At the time of writing. The announcement about the new NFT collection is sent to Bitcoin.com News details “The description of Ross Ulbricht’s case and story is misleading. NFT sales are designed to regain people’s attention and gain support from the NFT community.”
The announcement explained that the Ross Ulbricht NFT series will be Art Basel Miami Event on December 2nd. The auction will be conducted on the NFT platform Superrare. The series produced by Entoptic is Ulbricht’s first NFT series to showcase his personal works. “This NFT series is Rose’s journey of creative expression; this is his living and evolving story. Through painting and video, we can glimpse a person’s unfolding existence. This is how he walked out of the prison wall, because we will continue Fight for his freedom,” Entoptic said in a statement.
Ulbricht NFT Collection uses the KSPEC protocol to continue to Art4giving and promote Free Ross’ efforts
The NFT collection curated by Entoptic utilizes the open source protocol KSPEC. The KSPEC protocol was developed by an anonymous collective of “institutional art, design and encryption technology professionals” named Kanon.organization Believe The KSPEC protocol “unlocked the God mode for NFT.” According to the announcement, the use of KSPEC allows developers to “deliver the Ross Ulbricht Collection NFT with complete quality, with additional content on the chain.” Ulbricht also talked about how NFT auction proceeds will help people whose family members are imprisoned.
“Using the proceeds of the NFT, we are launching a Donor Advice Fund called Art4giving, dedicated to alleviating the suffering of inmates and their families. A project I envisioned is to help children go to prison to visit their parents,” Ulbricht said This is detailed in a statement sent to Bitcoin.com News. Ubricht further added:
“Decades of imprisonment are unfolding in front of me. When I face that future and I finally age and die in this cage, I find myself looking for meaning and purpose. Why am I here? I can use the time I left. What do you do with my current position? I hope it is a way to help my fellow prisoners through my art.”
The funds support the prisoners and their families in a variety of ways, and the auctioned funds will also be used in efforts to free Rose. “These include new legal procedures, awareness raising, etc.-there is still a long way to go,” the announcement concluded.
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