The Famous Token x Bram Vanhaeren present their NFTs in the Vegas Art Village on Decentraland
NFTs are changing the digital art scenario by enhancing its security and productivity. Several companies have joined the race to become the best NFT and launched their unique tokens in the market. Among these, TFT or The Famous Token, an innovative non-fungible token (NFT) platform, was also launched recently with some unique capabilities.
As the name suggested, the Famous Token is targeted to facilitate NFTs trade for famous people such as actors, singers, artists, sports personalities, etc. Continuing on their target, the company announced its first collaboration with renowned visual artist Bram Vanhaeren and presents its own gallery in the Vegas Arts Village on Decentraland.
About The Famous Token
The Famous Token is a creative solution to promote cryptocurrency trading among celebrities and famous personalities. TFT is a type of non-fungible token that leverages famous people’s valued assets and their image to create a digital signature which is then embedded on a TFT.
By doing so, TFT will digitalize the famous personalities and rare objects’ value and introduce them to the crypto world.
The Crypto world is a global, secure, and dedicated network that introduces more opportunities for the token holders. TFT is creating a simple value transfer system that is protected against vulnerabilities experienced in the traditional system.
TFT plans to trade global celebrities’ fame value to ultimately end up contributing to their fame. Some of the key attributes of TFT are:
- Simplicity: TFT is curated to be simple and easy to use, which is achieved by enabling TFT to be merged and exchanged with trading platforms as a smart contract.
- Flexible: TFT is compatible with dApps resulting in easy interaction with other currencies.
- Secure: TFT with Ethereum as a base leverages decentralized and secure peer-to-peer networks to conduct all the transactions.
The Famous Token presents its own gallery on Decentraland
TFT operates its own art gallery on Decentraland, which is a decentralized metaverse for digital assets. The virtual space at Decentraland has been in demand by artists for a long time, but sadly, it has been sold out for years. TFT is one of the very few NFT projects with their own presence on the metaverse.
However, TFT managed to hold a slot and has its own gallery in the Vegas Arts Village, which will be open to the public from April 4, 2021. Artists can leverage this space to showcase their creations to the world by collaborating with TFT. In order to celebrate this milestone with their community, everyone who stakes TFT on Uniswap will be able to feature their TFT artwork in the gallery for one month.
The Famous Token x Bram Vanhaeren
The Famous Token x Bram Vanhaeren is the first collaboration for TFT that involves the launch of the C-Pulse™ Collection by Bram Vanhaeren.
Bram Vanhaeren is a Belgium-based artist considered to be one of the pioneers in the digital art world. Bram Vanhaeren was selected by Adobe as one of their top artists under 25.
Apart from Adobe, he has collaborated with many big names in different industries, such as Rolling Stone Magazine and Nike.
The new C-Pulse™ Collection by Bram Vanhaeren will involve different facets of celebrity culture, focusing on Drake, Michael Jordan, and Zinedine Zidane representing their industries.
The Famous Token is currently available for purchase at popular platforms such as Uniswap, Smart Chain (Julswap), and Binance. Interested buyers can even stake the token for rewards after a given amount of time. Upon yielding enough tokens, users can trade these tokens to purchase their preferred NFT.
To further their services, The Famous Token soon plans to launch their own unique decentralized marketplace where the token holders can discover, purchase or sell unique NFTs.
NFTs have become very popular because of their several advantages of fixing the flaws in the non-digital art world, such as plagiarism, identity theft, etc. TFT aims to promote the use of unique NFTs among artists.