TrillerNet, the operator of TikTok’s rival app, has opened a new non-fungible token (NFT) trading platform. The first asset to sell was a video of a knockout punch by YouTuber Jake Paul in a boxing match with ex-NBA star Nate Robinson.
The buyer will receive a 30-second NFT video of the end of the battle. The lot can be purchased for $ 10 million without bidding. The current rate at the time of writing is $ 10,456.
Paul and Robinson had a fight in November 2020.
The auction for the sale of the digital asset will close on April 17 after the end of the next fight with the participation of the YouTube blogger. His opponent will be a former mixed-style fighter and now a crypto trader, Ber Askren.
According to Triller NFT Marketplace, the platform has offered the “future NFT” option for the first time – the buyer of the lot will also become the owner of the video of the last 30 seconds of the upcoming battle in the format of a digital asset.
“Certainly, in the event of another knockout, the winning bidder will own some of the highlights of the entertainment culture of 2020 and 2021,” said Triller CEO Mike Lou.
As a reminder, compared to the February peak, the average NFT price fell by 67%. The CEO of Psyops Capital called the market correction a “quiet crash.”
Digital artist Michael Winkelman (Beeple), whose work in the form of NFT was bought for a record $ 69.3 million so far, called the situation in the segment a bubble.
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