SpaceX Will Send First NFT Shaped Song To Space

Suara.com – SpaceX will launch one of the songs of the rock band Kings of Leon into space along with the mission Inspiration4 private company in the next week.

The civil flight is scheduled to be launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on September 14.

The plan, will bring 15 tokens non-fungible (NFT), including the previously unreleased Time in Disguise show by Kings of Leon.

Time in Disguise will be the first NFT -printed song to be played in orbit.

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Meanwhile, the other 50 NFTs are works of art created by 50 different artists.

Mission Inspiration4 is a three -day free -flying journey into Earth orbit aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule.

Inspiration4. [Twitter]

The trip was planned and booked by Jared Isaacman, founder and CEO of Shift4 Payments.

On the mission, he will be accompanied by other crew members including Hayley Arceneaux, Sian Proctor, and Chris Sembroski.

Inspiration4 aims to raise $200 million for St. Children’s Research Hospital. Jude and NFT are part of the plan.

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The NFT will be auctioned, where the auction proceeds will be donated to the hospital.

The Time in Disguise auction is currently running through September 20. To date, the highest bid is US$50,000.

Reported from Space.com, Friday (10/9/2021), an auction for 50 NFT art will be held on the Origin Protocol platform.

The offer will open on launch day and close on 17 September.

Various other items that Isaacman and his crew carry to and from orbit will also be auctioned at various times from mission completion through November.

NFT itself is a digital asset that represents a variety of tangible and intangible goods that are considered unique.

Usually, it contains distinguishing information and a unique code so the token will be difficult to replicate.

Inspiration4.
Inspiration4.

NFT allows anyone to buy and sell ownership of digital goods and track who owns it using the blockchain.

Technically, it can contain anything digital, including images, GIFs, animations, songs, or items in video games.

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