5 Completely Crazy NFTs To Know… Or Not!

NFTs will have grown to more than $40 billion in market by 2021. In addition to the speculative bubble, NFTs are revolutionizing the art market and represent a new application for cryptos. Like any area that is still in its infancy, the NFT market sometimes yields amazing products! Let’s go a little higher compared to the terrifying environmental climate and discover 5 completely crazy NFTs!

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“Twig”, an NFT… for dogs!

The name “Twig” means “twig” in French. The NFT “Twig” is a classic stick that looks like any piece of wood used by dog ​​owners to play with their pet.

The stick that serves as NFT has been “selected” in the woods of New York’s West Village. This place is apparently very popular with dogs because of the smells and the trees. The NFT was put up for sale on the Opensea platform for $1,200. In addition to the NFT, the owner also received the real stick with his aluminum exhibition stand. The story doesn’t say whether the owner’s dog preferred his wooden or NFT stick!

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“Cyber ​​​​Eau de Parfum”: a perfume in NFT!

The “Cyber ​​​​Eau de Parfum” is an NFT perfume. This NFT was designed by Looks Labs, a company based in Berlin. Specific, this NFT has no smell. In fact, the NFT represents the perfume bottle with the infrared spectroscopy of the perfume, bottle and packaging. A way of digitize the molecular components of this perfume.

“Digital perfume is the so-called digital reflection that is extracted from a physical perfume. (…) In this particular case, we visualized the scientific data as works of art. (…) If we have a machine that can convert those molecular reflections back, we might be able to recreate the smell or we could have an AI algorithm that can ‘decode’ the smell and reproduce it in the near future. Jodan Katzarov, founder of Look Labs

This NFT was primarily a marketing tool around the real perfume, developed by a master perfumer from Grasse. 888 “Cyber ​​Eau de Parfum” were put up for sale shortly afterwards. The number refers to 1888, the year the perfumer was founded. The starting sale price for the NFT was set at $20,000.

The fragrance is accompanied by a digital artwork
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​One color in NFT

We warned you, you will see all the colors in this article! As we know, the color spectrum gives rise to an extremely wide range of shades. What if you become the official owner of one of these colors? It is possible !

Indeed, the tzcolors.io site allows you to: buy a specific color in NFT. More than a thousand NFTs are available for purchase for a starting price of $100. You can find various shades for sale such as “Vampire Black”, “Youtube Red”, “Piggy Pink”, etc.

​A sandwich in NFT

A photo of a sandwich in NFT, rather banal, right? Yes, but this NFT sandwich has a story of its own! Indeed, the genesis of this NFT brings us back in 2017 in the Bahamas. Does this mean nothing to you? And when we talk to you about the Fyre festival, does that remind you of anything?

the “Firefest” is notorious as a high-profile scam. The festival was supposed to bring together an audience of stars and provide luxurious services. The guests who arrived in large numbers on site were soon disappointed by the reality. The organization of the festival turned into a nightmare with performances that in no way matched the advertised standard. A scam if you know the admission ticket was… $12,000. In addition, the person responsible for this festival was sentenced to 6 years in prison. The Netflix streaming platform recently released a documentary about this “festival”.

Trevor DeHaas, one of the unfortunate guests, tweeted the pphoto of his sandwich to testify to the scam. The sandwich is painful to watch with its two slices of cheese and its salad. Later, he decided to make money from this accident by selling his tweet with the picture of his sandwich in the form of an NFT. The starting sale price was set at $80,000 by Trevor DeHaas. The money he hopes to raise from the sale of this NFT should enable him to pay for certain medical costs associated with a kidney transplant.

​An NFT arm

Croatian tennis player Oleksandra Oliynykova has put up for sale an NFT corresponding to a skin surface on his arm. The goal for her is to encourage the arrival of sponsors. The surface is 15 cm by 8 cm. The NFT went on sale for $5,000 and gives the owner the right to choose a tattoo.

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