Follow news related to non-fungible tokens (NFT) this week, from restaurants to movies and music. Below is a summary of stories you don’t want to miss.
Melania Trump’s eyes become NFT
Former First Lady Melania Trump roll out Her own NFT platform and abandoned her first digital collection called “Melania’s Vision”, which will be on sale for the rest of the month.
“The Vision of Melania” is a watercolor artwork by the artist Marc-Antoine Cullen. Limited-edition digital artwork will be sold for 1 sol ($150), including a recording of Mrs. Trump. The Melania Trump NFT platform utilizes the Solana blockchain protocol and is supported by another social media network, Parler.
According to the official website, part of the proceeds from Melania’s NFT collection will be used for children in the foster care system and their education. The exact percentage was not disclosed.
Decentralization of upcoming film production
The Arab Camel NFT community first created a collection of 12,012 digital camels on the Ethereum blockchain.Now arabian camels cooperating Cooperate with Swapp to produce a $50 million decentralized function NFT movie called “Antara”. Antara is based on the adventurous life of the ancient Arabian knight and poet Antarah Ibn Shaddad.
Potential film distributors can purchase up to 50% of the intellectual property rights of “Antara” and pay to distribute movies in theaters and streaming channels. Swapp allows Arabian Camel to integrate DeFi functionality into film production. Swapp’s NFT farming utility will allow Arabian Camel NFT owners to earn passive income from their collections.
Alexander Amarate, the producer of Antara, shared In a statement, his vision was “to create a system to produce movies that usually cost more than US$50 million without risk. In addition to eliminating financial risks, the system will also allow movies to be owned by fans, that is, NFT owners. “
Invest in IRL NFT exhibits
Most NFTs tend to exist in digital wallets behind the screen. Danvas is a start-up company whose goal is to help NFT owners showcase their work, Announce This week, a $7 million seed round led by Greycroft, LererHippeau, VaynerX and others.
Danvas envisions a display or projection to display digital art works, but set up in a personalized way, with museum-quality details and a luxurious feel. The waiting list is currently open to galleries and private collectors. Danvas CEO and former general manager of Saatchi Art Jeanne Anderson (Jeanne Anderson) said that she sees this moment as “the beginning of a digital art renaissance.”
Universal! Danvas is creating the world’s first luxury digital display, designed for #NFTArt. We are happy to join #NFTCommunity! #NFTCollectors, For more information, please join our waiting list at https://t.co/Q1kTiaBh6v. https://t.co/ozcdWKUxts
-Danvas (@Danvas_Art) December 14, 2021
Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VeeFriends, is one of Danvas’ seed investors. Vaynerchuk supports the project because he believes that “the missing link between the traditional art world and the digital art world is display. How do you present your work in a way that matches its value and meaning?” Danvas will be launched in the spring of 2022.
Whitney Houston’s unheard record is sold as NFT
In the latest music news, an unreleased track sung by Whitney Houston at the age of 17 is Sell Auctioned on the OneOf platform for $999,999. This record is part of OneOf’s iconic auction collection, which includes rare images and videos of Houston. To date, the auction’s sales have exceeded 1.1 million U.S. dollars.
The owner of the Whitney Houston “OneOf One” NFT received the trailer video, all personal rights to the demo track, and a music video created by 17-year-old NFT artist Diana Sinclair. The Tezos blockchain supports OneOf.
The whitney houston x diana sinclair collaboration model is priced at US$999,999 (that is, 260+ ETH, 224,178 TEZ)
In the most expensive nft ever…
More than five times the record on the tezos blockchain pic.twitter.com/aMpaSLlqDe
— Diana Sinclair (@dianaesinclair) December 15, 2021
Applebee’s restaurant hosts “Metaverse Mondays” event
As part of the “Metaverse Mondays” event, Applebee’s will release A new NFT will be sold every Monday in December. This week, the restaurant chain sold the first NFT colorful burger created by New York artist Amber Vittoria for $25. The buyer also received an Applebee gift card with $1,300 in it, enough to eat a year’s worth of burgers. Details of each upcoming version are announced on Applebee’s Twitter.Other restaurant chains, such as Domino’s and Taco Bell also have Enter NFT business recent.
Your favorite Applebee’s Burger has surpassed reality to become the first Metaverse Meal!Put it down now https://t.co/5uGFweEkY7 Created by NFT artists @amber_vittoria #MetaverseMonday pic.twitter.com/DiAiriRLUH
-Applebee’s Grill + Bar (@Applebees) December 13, 2021
Other good news
Animated TV series South Park Stern opinion on NFT In this week’s “Post-Covid-19” episode. Criticism compares NFT investment to a violent and seemingly apocalyptic future.
Adidas recently cooperated with Bored Ape Yacht Club, GMoney and PUNKS comics Promote its ambitions of the universe. On Friday, the sportswear brand launched its own NFT series called “Into the Metaverse”, promising exclusive access to physical and digital products and services.