• Till Lindemann of Rammstein will sell ten NFTs and a dinner date in Moscow for €100,000

  • The total value of the offered NFTs is €1,288,302 (approximately $1.5M).

    Till Lindemann, a German rocker, is the latest artist to join the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) scene. Lindemann, the frontman of Rammstein, has collaborated with digital brokers “twelve x twelve” to launch a series of NFTs.

    The collection includes 299 Till Lindemann visual art pieces in the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, each valued at €299, 99 pieces of another Lindemann visual art piece also taken at the Stage Hermitage Museum, each valued at €999, 20 special edition digital art prices from the same location valued at €5,000, and ten prices of a one-shot music video of the sin The one-of-a-kind video is worth €100,000 and includes a chance to dine with Lindemann in Moscow, Russia. Transportation, lodging, and visa fees for the buyer and a plus-one are also included in the package.

    Till Lindemann’s NFTs are all valued at €1,288,302 (approximately $1.5M).

    The last purchase must be redeemed by August 22nd, and instructions will be provided after purchase.

    Some of the one-of-a-kind digital art for sale can be seen in this Instagram post by ‘twelve by twelve.’

    Since the beginning of the year, there has been significant growth in the NFT space. The industry has seen an influx of famous artists and other celebrities looking to make money by providing unique content to fans, owing to the tremendous success of some artwork, such as Mike Winklemann’s (Beeple) $69M Christie’s auction.

    Popular DJ Steve Aoki, for example, collaborated with creative director and visual artist Antonio Tudisco to create the “Dream Catcher” NFT, which grossed over $4.29 million.

    3LAU, a musician and well-known blockchain supporter, is another. Fans could purchase one of 33 NFTs of his album on the Origin Protocol’s Dshop beginning February 25. The album sales for NFT totaled $11 million.

    Other celebrities who have embraced the technology include Tony Hawk, the popular skateboarder, socialite, entrepreneur, and DJ Paris Hilton, and models Kate Moss, Emily Ratajkowski, and Cara Delevingne. Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey auctioned off his first Tweet for $2.9 million for charity, and rappers Snoop Dogg and Eminem also got in on the act with original music tracks.

    NFT case applications will continue to expand beyond simply allowing artists to sell their work digitally. They have the potential to help with the authentication of rare items as well as the proof of ownership of virtual items and real estate.

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