Tiffany’s New Collection Could Be the Most Expensive Public Sale in NFT History

American jewelry brand Tiffany & Co. announced the launch of its new NFT collection. Dubbed “NFTiff,” the sale of the series is slated for August 5th.

  • The initiative is led by Alexandre Arnault, the luxury retailer’s recently appointed executive vice president of product and communications and former president of Rimowa.

  • The famed collection will essentially comprise of 250 digital passes that will be offered by Tiffany & Co. Each NFTiff is worth 30 ETH (over $50,000), which includes the cost of the NFT, the custom pendant, the chain, and shipping/handling.
  • It may potentially go down as the most expensive public sale of NFTs in history.
  • The NFTs may be minted at the time of purchase and redeemed by the holders of CryptoPunks for the creation of a custom-designed pendant and an NFT digital artwork that resembles the final jewelry design.
  • According to the company’s website, Tiffany & Co. artisans will design and craft the pendant, which is inspired by Cryptopunk owner’s Punk NFT.
  • The company will release only 250 NFTiff passes for users to purchase. A customer may buy a maximum of 3 NFTiffs.
  • With the latest launch, Tiffany & Co. is targetting an affluent cohort of NFT collectors by making it exclusive to holders of CryptoPunks.
  • Popular brands such as Adidas had also leaped into metaverse this year.
  • Luxury brand Prada also announced an expansion to the web3 with the launch of an Ethereum-based NFT collection of its own.

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