Korean singer G-Dragon launched NFT collection on OpenSea in partnership with Fandom Studio, a platform for monetizing TikTok content using NFT and BNB Chain.
The collection, “Archive of PEACEMINUSONE,” consists of 13,444 NFT pieces that make up a picture of G-Dragon titled “Archive 2016.”
NFTs are minted at 0.27 BNB (US$88) each starting Wednesday, according to OpenSea.
G-Dragon, 34, is a South Korean singer and rapper who debuted in 2006 and rose to fame as the frontman of the K-pop band Big Bang , one of the best-selling K-pop bands. best.
He has more than 8.4 million followers on Twitter and 22 million on Instagram as of Wednesday.
Some NFT holders can also receive concert tickets, early access to merchandise and physical certificates signed and drawn by G-Dragon, OpenSea said in a tweet on Saturday.
Major Korean music labels — including HYBE , the company that manages K-pop band BTS, along with SM , YG, JYP , and Cube — have all announced plans regarding the NFT and metaverse.
In November, K-pop boy band SEVENTEEN by HYBE included a metaverse experience as part of their Asia tour in Japan.
In October, the HYBE label also launched its NFT platform MOMENTICA in partnership with South Korean blockchain company Dunamu, and this month aired an NFT series featuring their artists including SEVENTEEN, Enhypen, and LE SSERAFIM.