Bella Hadid, who has graced the cover of Vogue and walked the runway for some of the world's most prestigious fashion houses, is the latest celebrity to enter the world of NFTs.

As the world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) continues to heat up, this supermodel is getting in on the action. The 25-year-old has announced that she is minting 11,111 unique NFTs using 3D scans of her body which will be available for purchase through a website called "CY-B3LLA." 

According to a press release, the collection will feature "11 one-of-a-kind images and videos" that have been 3D scanned and animated using motion capture technology.

The model delves deep into the NFT world in collaboration with reBASE, working from a 3D scan of her body to create two different pieces. One is a bionic warrior woman for Tokyo, and another bubblegum sexbot from an undisclosed location. 

Hadid is following in the footsteps of other celebrities who have recently entered the NFT space, such as Paris Hilton and Grimes. However, not everyone is as optimistic about the future of NFTs as Hadid. Some experts have cautioned that the current hype around NFTs is not sustainable and that the prices of NFTs are likely to crash in the near future. 

Collectors of the NFTs will have access to an exclusive meet and greet with Bella and invitations to events worldwide. This is a unique opportunity to own a piece of digital art created by one of the world's most celebrated models.

She explained: “That’s just the beginning. In the coming months, we’ll grow this new meta-nation with real locations and events all around the world, where I can meet each and every one of you.” 

What are your thoughts on Bella Hadid's decision to enter the world of NFTs?

Source:
https://luxurylaunches.com/celebrities/bella-hadid-nft-collection.php

Posted 
Jul 9, 2022
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