The collection will come with exclusive benefits, such as meet-and-greets with Stallone himself.
Sylvester Stallone, a Hollywood legend, will soon join the recent trend of celebrities selling NFTs to their followers. The actor just released the “PlanetSly” collection, which has 9,997 digital “SLYGuys” that will be released next month.
The PlanetSly Collection is a collection of works by PlanetSly.
Last week, Stallone debuted his new collection in an Instagram video. Each NFT has artwork inspired by Stallone’s different cinematic roles throughout his career, according to reports. They were created in conjunction with Clark Mitchell, who has previously worked with Marvel, Hasbro, and Star Wars, according to the PlanetSly website.
Each contains one of over 200 “attributes,” ranging from Stallone’s boxing gloves to weaponry he’s used to his huge dog. They’re also influenced by the actor’s longtime passion for painting and comic books, according to him.
In the video, he says, “Every NFT is unique.” “NFTs are so much more than digital collectibles,” says the author. “Slyguys has a road map that takes you all the way.”
He’s referring to unique goods and membership to real-life events with Stallone, which are only available to collection holders. Dinners, meet-and-greets, a cocktail club, and other events could be included.
25 of the NFTs will be “Golden Signature SLYGuys,” which will be individually autographed and numbered by Stallone. They’ll have their own set of utilities and will be auctioned off on OpenSea at a later date.
The NFTs will be offered on Ethereum, and the actor invited his fans to purchase them using a MetaMask wallet.
The NFT Phenomenon Among Celebrities
NFTs have proven to be a simple and effective way for celebrities to make money while also connecting with their followers. Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa collaborated on a set of audio NFTs based on the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection, which are only available through ApeCoin.
Dr. Disrespect, a popular gaming streamer, launched comparable NFTs for his most devoted supporters last week. They will be included in real-life rewards, similar to Stallone’s, as well as voting rights for the development of the streamer’s next game.
Even celebrities who aren’t promoting their own brands are consuming bored apes, such as Justin Bieber and Eminem, and athletes like as Odell Beckham Jr. use NFTs as profile images.