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Last week in collaboration with theCHIVE online community and its branding subsidiary Project Venkman, actor and comedian Bill Murray successfully launched the first drop of his Bill Murray 1000 NFT collection.
American actor, writer and comedian Billy Murray dropped his debut NFT collection on the Coinbase NFT platform on July 15. The NFTs, costing 1.5 ETH apiece, are already sold out. While only the first 81 NFTs have launched, the remaining NFTs of the 1000-NFT collection will drop soon. Here’s all you need to know about the Bill Murray NFT collection.
Today, Bill Murray will release, or drop, 1,000 NFTs in a collection created with theCHIVE and branding agency Project Venkman. There are 100 story NFTs, each with 10 color modifications of each image that make up the collection. The drop will be auctioned off with one real-life painting and promises "once-in-a-lifetime experiences with the man, the myth, the legend."
After finally deciding to talk about all those stories, Murray is taking an unconventional path and revealing his past through an extensive NFT collection called the Bill Murray 1000, available through Coinbase Global Inc.
Murray’s son Jackson tells Decrypt about the actor’s new NFT project, which bundles infamous stories with in-person events and other perks.
Actor and comedian Bill Murray isn't a huge fan of technology—his cell phone is an eight-year-old Blackberry nicknamed "Bill Urry" because the "M" key is missing—but he's taking on the techie NFT sphere as a new, offscreen, form of storytelling with the release of 1,000 NFTs through Austin streaming company The Chive.
Lean in to catch a few of the legendary actor's personal tales.
The enigmatic actor is partnering with The Chive to reveal biographical "Bill Murray Stories" for a unique collection of NFTs.
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