Playboy, the lifestyle and entertainment brand renowned for its distinctive logo – has launched its first collection of five animated NFTs, among other things, placing “Raretoshi” in a new NFT market created by Blockstream’s Liquid sidechain. is supported.
The NFT was unveiled on 3 June during the lead-up to the 2021 Bitcoin Miami conference:
Announces Reimagining of Rabbit: Miami, Playboy’s First Collection of Animated NFTs, Featuring @aylaelmoussa @mbsjq @rek0de @JonNoorlander– Bitcoin on Reratoshi Marketplace starting 6.3.21 in 2021. Video Credits: Ayala Al-Moussa. Leam more https://t.co/2JkHnyq3J9 pic.twitter.com/fUSCHuvYuS
— playboy (@playboy) 2 June 2021
All NFTs are one-of-a-kind versions, and include three Miami-themed animations, an animated magazine cover with the Bunny logo covering a model, and a tokenized “Bunny Boarding Pass”.
Collectors can bid for NFTs using Liquid Bitcoin (L-BTC) – a type of asset Blockstream’s Liquid Sidechain, with a supply pegged at 1:1 with bitcoin.
The highest starting price for a “Bunny Boarding Pass” is 5L-BTC, which costs around $188,315 – which includes the bonus of a round-trip flight on a Big Bunny jet to anywhere in the US for the collector and 10 other guests.
Although bidding activity appears to be non-existent so far, no bids have been placed on any of the five artifacts at the time of writing.
Olympic Standard NFT
International Olympic Committee (IOC) and nWay – a subsidiary of which? Game Developer Animoca Brands – have collaborated to drop a set of Olympic-themed tokens NFT pins and a video game.
The Olympic-themed video game will launch in the lead-up to the 2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games and players will be able to earn free Olympic NFT collectibles if they’re good.
Animated 3D pins commemorate historical events in Olympic history – and vary in rarity and value. The first set of PINs will be available on nWay starting June 17th, and can be traded on the peer-to-peer marketplace, launching soon after the first. drop.
Soderby’s Art Auction House Claims to be the first Wise NFT (INFT) auction, with bids closing on 11 June.
One to One INFT relaxed me “Alice” refers to an ERC-721 tokenized female robot developed by Robert Ellis in collaboration with robotics firm Althea AI.
Tomorrow at 1 PM ET, meet Alice, the world’s first intelligent NFT (iNFT). @robertalice_21 x @real_althea For us #originally digital NFT sales. A self-learning intelligent avatar powered by the world’s most powerful AI, Alice will answer your questions live. 1/3 pic.twitter.com/uoKHII27BH
— Sothebys (@Sothebys) 3 June 2021
“The first INFT ever created, this INFT stands at the genesis of a new medium. Collectors will add this historic INFT to their collections which will be refined and developed based on their queries,” says Description of Alice on the project’s website “thefirstinft”.
According to the website, maintaining and updating INFTs with the project may actually cost collectors, noting that “depending on collectors’ plans for INFTs, Althea AI’s GPT-X may The associated hosting cost of API calls will pass entirely in the care and duty of the Collector.”
However, Alethia does offer a one-time free set-up for AI Intelligent NFTs. The auction has six days to go and currently has a top bid of $35,000.
NFT to raise funds for Sydney Children’s Hospital
A Melbourne-based digital artist who goes by the nickname “Hipworth” on Twitter has created an all-in-one NFT that will be auctioned off at the Gold Dinner Gala on June 10 – with all proceeds going to Sydney Children’s Hospital .
What a wonderful project started by @indepreserve. #Australia has an amazing history in supporting #nft auction for charity, according to @F1DeltaTime charity led by @animocabrands To raise money for last year’s bushfire recovery efforts.
Please bid to support a good cause! https://t.co/rS5Dbv8Q6R
— Leah Colon-Butler (@leah_cb) 3 June 2021
NFT is done molded Shows a silver animated queen statue, on the NFT Marketplace MakersPlace, and supported by electronic music. Bidding can be made until the event, and it currently has a high bid of $1,000.