Nas x Royal NFT Drop
Music NFT Marketplace, founded by renowned music producer 3LAU in collaboration with his friend and colleague JD Ross, crashed just a minute after rap icon Nas' high-bidding mint. The collapse happened on January 11, 1 pm ET. The influx of those willing to get part of the Grammy holder's music was skyrocketing so much that the platform went down just in no time. Such a misfortune gave the Royal Marketplace no choice but to reschedule the date for the latter. The post on the music platform’s Twitter announces shifting the mint date to January 20, 1 pm ET. Nas' NFTs feature royalties, representing two of his songs: "Ultra Black" and "Rare." Thus, both tokenized songs split into 3 degrees of ownership: Gold, Platinum, and Diamond. Each of them promises cool benefits. For instance, holders of Gold NFTs get access to Hip Hop 50 Discord, “Platinums” get exclusive merch, and the lucky owners of Diamond tokens acquire top-notch signed vinyl and 2 VIP concert tickets. With so much hype around Nas in recent days and up to 50% of royalty shares distributed among the lucky NFT owners, the investment in Nas’ tokens promises a big lump of cash. There will be only 1,110 "Rare" and 760 "Ultra Black" NFTs available. So, the more tokens you manage to grab, the more percent on royalties you acquire. Take your chance!