Weird News Matt Bellamy Absigne Song as NFT for 27,000 pounds
Maneskin win the Eurovision Song Contest
Maneskin have won the Eurovision Song Contest after a dramatic night in Rotterdam.The group - who were among this year's pre-show favourites - claimed the coveted accolade in front of a socially-distanced crowd at the Rotterdam Ahoy arena on Saturday night (22.05.21) and after they were named the winners, the band hailed their triumph as a sign that "rock and roll never dies".
recorded on Jeff Buckleys guitar, now for a good purpose auctioned: Musee Matt Bellamy sold a song as NFT.
recorded on Jeff Buckleys guitar, now for a good purpose auctioned: MUSE singer Matt Bellamy sold a song as NFT.
"Non-Fungible Token" - a virtual work of art, that as well as a picasso can come under the hammer. As such,All profits went to the homeless aid recently auctioned a solo song, which he personally recorded old guitar.
with his song involvedsinger Bellamy at a charity auction for the British homeless assistance at which only NFTs were offered. The track was paid by the title "Guiding Light" for the occasion in the crypto currency Etherum. For 13,964 Etherum - converted about 27,000 pounds - "Guiding Light" was sold for the good cause at the highest bidder.
Strictly's Bill Bailey was turned down for Eurovision Song Contest by the BBC
"It was a kind of spoof eco anthem in the style of Dad's Army."The comedian's admission comes after he put himself forward to be the UK's Eurovision entry next year, following last weekend's less-than-impressive nil points result.
"I bought her to use her"
already in 2020 Bellamy had bought a guitar of the 1997 Deceased Jeff Buckley. That he would not want to dig up the historical instrument in a showcase, made clear the 43-year-old in an interview with: "I bought them to use them. To continue to be part of the music. I think that he would have wanted [Buckley]. "Whether Buckleys guitar will actually be heard on the new muse album, remains to be seen. The last release of the band, a new edition of her second studio album Origin of Symmetry appeared in June 2021.
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And if we immortalize historical moments with NFT? .
© COURTESY OF WENEW NFT immortalizing the victory of Andy Murray in Wimbledon in 2013 will be offered for sale in July. Beeple does not lack inventiveness to boost the NFT market. The American artist recently launched Wenew, a platform allowing collectors to buy NFTs of great historical moments. An initiative that seeks to redefine our conception of history. He made known NFTs when one of his works sold at Christie's for the new $ 69.3 million (€ 58.1 million).