Arowana Auctions NFT Props From ‘Jack the Ripper’ Musical
A representative musical in Korea called “Jack the Ripper” was auctioned off as a non-fungible token (NFT).
On February 22, Arowana announced that it had started selling props used in the musical “Jack the Ripper” on Arowana NFT Marketplace through a partnership with seller Loc Funding, P2P loans and an investment group.
The sale makes it the first-ever NFT music accessory auction in the NFT industry.
NFTs are digital tokens tied to assets, such as art and music, that can be bought, sold, and traded. It is then stored on a blockchain, a form of digital ledger.
These “Jack the Ripper” prop collections consist of three items in total: stage costume, sheet music, and script.
Content The special video department of KBS Mediatech, broadcast graphic design group, directly participated in the design of the NFT and created high-quality digital art.
The auction winner will receive actual stage costumes, sheet music and scripts used in the musical by actor Um Ki-joon, who plays Daniel, with the NFT.
“We have had great success selling tickets for the Jack the Ripper performance in an NFT-to-NFT form in the marketplace, so we have chosen props that contain the actor’s work and soul as content. follow-up,” the Arowana manager said.
“We plan to focus on discovering and introducing unique NFTs that only Arowana can create and deliver in the future.” added the official.
About the Arowana Project
The Arowana offers a decentralized intermediary platform that connects creators and buyers and the NFT marketplace where only creators who have passed verification can sell.
Arowana also operates a Trusted Digital Assets Platform (R-DAP) that provides services that can be issued, collateralized, traded and traded as digital assets by assessing the value of assets in kind.