NFTs can be used to buy any art, such as tweets, music, GIFs, other digital assets, and other things. Also, collectors and investors come to the market because they can get great deals on things that others don’t want. Even Bollywood stars and other well-known people are getting in on the fun.
Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs) are the most exciting new thing in the cryptocurrency market. There are digital artifacts unique to each person called NFTs because of the blockchain network, which is used to make cryptocurrencies. NFTs can be used to buy any art, such as tweets, music, GIFs, other digital assets, and other things. Even Bollywood stars and other well-known people are getting in on the fun. Now, let’s look at some of the most influential people and their investments.
Beyondlife. club, which Amitabh Bachchan just started, now sells NFTs and personal collections from the actor and other items. Items that make him famous like his autographed vintage posters, a performance of his father’s famous poem Madhushala. Digital artifacts from his NFT series sold for about Rs 7.18 crore ($966,000) at a recent auction.
Salman Khan has said that he plans to write a series of novels for a cryptocurrency called Bollycoin that people in the Bollywood industry only use. An NFT called Salman Khan Static will soon be available on bollycoin.com, Salman Khan said in a tweet. People who don’t work say, “Aa Raha hoon main, NFTs leke.” When Salman Khan tweeted, “Aa Raha hoon main, NFTs leke,” he said. There will be a Bollycoin on the Ethereum blockchain.
As soon as October started, Indian fashion designer Manish Malhotra released his first set of five digital drawings, called “NFT.” They were all about fashion, and they were all made with digital tools. The artifacts were sold on the WazirX NFT market less than 12 seconds after being put on the market. They say that one of Kareena Kapoor Khan’s doodles is the most valuable “illuminating showstopper.” It sold for about $3,753.
NFTs were first worn on the red carpet at the beginning of November by Sunny Leone. “Misfitz,” a set of 9,600 NFTs, came out in January. When Leone announced the launch of her NFT, she did it in the way that she always does: “The Misftiz has made his way out. This is a mistake, honey! She likes tattooed men, the color pink, and the fact that she can eat them for lunch.”
There are a lot of NFTs based on Rajinikanth’s Sivaji, the Boss, coming out soon. As part of a deal with AVM Studios, a Singapore-based NFT marketplace, Diginoor.io set up a partnership with the studio in July. They agreed to provide movie artifacts from the 2007 Tamil action film as part of the deal.
Sonu Nigam has teamed up with JetSynthesys, a company that makes digital entertainment and technology, to start India’s first non-profit music group
(NFT). ‘Hall of Fame,’ Nigam’s first official English hit, will be in the show, premiere in the fall.
Several of Ritviz’s NFTs, including one with Shantanu Hazarika and another with Nucleya, have been sold to people worldwide. Singer Kailash Kher shared the first look at his new album on Twitter. It came out this month, and it’s called NFT. People like Mika Singh and Sidhu Moosewala and composers Salim-Sulaiman want to get into the NFT business shortly.
Last month, Vishal Malhotra, a TV and film actor, showed off his NFT with artist Ishita Banerjee. With more than 25 years in the movie business, digital art shows the many roles he has played and the many movies he has made.