First Anyma & Alessio De Vecchi NFT On The Sotheby’s Market Priced For $60,000+

The first Anyma and Alessio De Vecchi collaborative NFT on Sotheby’s has gone on sale for over $60,000.

The NFT is called “Eternity” and depicts a meta figure fighting to escape their infinite loop with an Anyma track adding to the effect.

Anyma is the solo project of Matteo Milleri one half of the legendary melodic duo Tale of Us, who also often works with De Vecchi to create their stunning visuals.

The NFT is also used as a visual for many of Anyma’s live sets, going viral on social media for the incredible cinematics.

But this isn’t Tale of Us’ first NFT, as their collections have sold on other marketplaces for over $1.5 million in digital assets.

An NFT is a digital asset, like a piece of art, unreleased track, or collectible, that is identified by a unique code of unchangeable blockchain, much like a serial number on luxury goods. The blockchain records every transaction of the NFT to help verify its authenticity and rarity.

While anyone who attends an Anyma show may see the visual NFT, only one buyer actually holds the asset created by the artist and artistic director.

To see some of Tale of Us’ NFT visuals and understand how the collaboration works, check out the video below:

Featured image from anyma

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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