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Almost No One Wants the Rockefeller Christmas Tree NFT

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This week, Rockefeller Center owner Tishman Speyer sought to join the new world of enthusiastic NFTs, perhaps to stay relevant when competitors started. Sale of virtual luxury real estate, Land, and even Digital yacht.. But instead, the developer flipped an animated GIF of a cartoon tree topped with a banner declaring a height of 79 feet. This is a bit more clip art than the dazzling digital artifacts.

Photo: OpenSea

To my surprise, it didn’t work.After the minor push As of the press, two days after its release, it has only been viewed 63 times on the NFT marketplace OpenSea. This is definitely inflated by Curbed editors and reporters exchanging links. This bidder does not seem to own any other crypto assets, but only one anonymous person offered a minimum bid of about $ 500. It’s understandable that Tishman Speyer wants to get caught up in the epidemic after the huge NFT events in New York and Miami this fall. Obviously there’s a lot of money behind this, the bubble is criticized, but Rockefeller’s Christmas clip art-art tree is a real mistake. The tokens sold by Bored Apes and CryptoPunks have a clear aesthetic. These are two of the most popular and valuable collections of NFTs. — — Get to know the combination of street art and blasé digital graffiti. The characteristic stock art does not cut it. Still, bids are open until January 1st and revenue goes to Habitat for Humanity. Genuine.. Next, we need to understand what to do with the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree NFTs.

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