Buju Banton Creates His First NFT Artwork on The First and Largest NFT Platform
Buju Banton teams up with CrimsonTide Ltd. entering the NFT space with an Artwork
titled “Indigenous” listed at 7 ETH.
Buju Banton, multiple Billboard Hot 100 chart-topping artist, and international reggae icon is the first Grammy Award-winning reggae artist from Jamaica to mint an NFT on the OpenSea Marketplace – https://opensea.io/bujubanton.
The “Optimistic Soul” singer created a collection of rare NFT Art pieces that come in both digital and autographed canvas print. “The intention is to provide fans with a rare 1 of 1 digital Buju Banton asset / collectible which can grow in value, creating an economical opportunity for NFT holders. We have to keep up with the technological advancements of our times … embrace the space; pure love” says Buju.
A Non-fungible token (NFT) is a digital asset that represents real-world objects like art, music, in-game items, and videos. These digital assets are bought and sold online, frequently with cryptocurrency, and they are generally encoded with the same underlying software as many cryptos.
Artists and musicians have been making their musical offers available worldwide through an alternative space that is quickly becoming the trend of the future.
Fans can purchase a digital copy of the installation as an NFT, which includes digital artwork designs of famous Buju Banton portraits, programable features and unlock-able content for the NFT owner to enjoy. (The digital works sold as NFTs can still be copied and shared themselves, but ownership of a token is unique).
OpenSea is the first and largest NFT marketplace with a physical space where fans can see digital assets, leading up to the final countdown of the launch. OpenSea is a peer-to-peer