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Ringo Starr goes into NFT

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Ringo Starr goes into NFT
Ringo Starr is the first Beatle to auction off a collection of digital art from NFT.

The Beatles drummer, now 81, is auctioning five works grouped under the collectionThe Creative Mind of a Beatle. These non-fungible tokens (NFT)include short animated videosfeaturinghis drumming.

The starting bid is $1,000 for the five works titledGalaxy One, Galaxy Two, Bandana Man, Starr Art and Crash. The musician emphasized in a statement that his goal is to “spread peace and love in the metaverse.”

“This new technology is so advanced that it inspired me and I loved creating these NFTs by combining my art and music,” the former Beatles explained.

EachRingo Starr NFT comes witha signed 25″ x 25″ canvas print and exclusive virtual access to Starr’s gallery, RingoLand, created by Spatial.

Julien’s Auctions

A portion of the proceeds from the sale ofRingo Starr’s artwork will bedonated to the Lotus Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting social welfare in areas such as drug addiction, cerebral palsy, brain tumors, cancer, battered women and their children, the homeless and animals in need.

The sale The Ringo Starr NFT Collection – The Creative Mind of a Beatle will start on June 13 on the specialized website Julien’s Auctions.

The popularity of theNFTs has continued for several months. In addition to Ringo Starr, Madonna has recently released some very bold NFTs. Other stars such asBryson DeChambeau has already launched his, filmmakerQuentin Tarantino has used this technology to revive his mythical filmPulp Fictionwhile the former first lady of the United States,Melania Trump, has launched a company specializing in the creation of these products.

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