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• TikTok is getting into the NFT game, with its first “TikTok Top Moments” from Lil Nas X, featuring a stop motion of his song “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” made by artist Rudy Willingham.
• TikTok plans to sell other NFT moments from other creators, including Bella Poarch and Gary Vaynerchuk, in partnership with NFT artists like RTFKT and Grimes.
• Fun Fact: Lil Nas X may be in the news a lot lately, but the 22-year-old has actually only been in the music industry for three years… and is already worth an estimated $7 million to $14 million.
• Next month, Prop Store is auctioning off thousands of props, costumes and other film memorabilia featuring mega popular franchises like Star Wars, James Bond, Back to the Future, and various superhero movies.
• Items up for auction include Val Kilmer’s Batman suit from Batman Forever, Tobey Maguire’s Spidey costume from Spider-Man 3, Gal Gadot’s dress from Wonder Woman, and an authentic Michael Myers mask.
• Fun Fact: The most expensive movie memorabilia ever was a seven-foot-tall robot from the 1956 film “Forbidden Planet,” which sold for $5.3 million at Bonhams New York in November 2017.
• The collection, called Collezione Genesi, included five physical pieces with virtual iterations by UNXD, and four digital-only pieces, including The Impossible Tiara, made of “gems that can’t quite be found on Earth.”
• Fun Fact: This won’t be the only D&G NFT collection, with a collection of digitally handcrafted jewel boxes expected to drop this month on UNXD.
• This week in the Otis Discord, we’re talking about: “gm”, Meebits, sneaker knowledge you’re looking for, and more—join the conversation.
• Qualified collectors can now list their items on Otis and open them up to investment by the Otis community. Learn more here and RSVP to join our AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) with Otis Head of Supply, Leah Smith, on Thursday October 14, 2021 at 3pm ET.
• Bansky’s Girl With a Balloon diptych could fetch up to $4.75 million when it goes to auction for the first time at Christie’s London on October 15. Bansky’s Police Car, 2003, is trading on Otis at a market cap of $438,812.50 ($20.65 / share) at close on 10/5.
• A 2003 Christiano Ronaldo Mega Craques rookie card, graded PSA 10, sold for $319,800 at Goldin Auctions—an all time high for any Ronaldo card. The same card, graded BGS 9.5, is trading on Otis at a market cap of $109,752 ($51.00 / share) as of trading close 10/6.
Two articles on Otis Mag this week.
First, before there was Nike, before shoe endorsement deals and celebrity-designed drops, there was the Converse—once the premier basketball shoe. We dive into its fascinating history.
Then, here's our take on the most eternally playable video games, irrespective of the technological limitations of their time.
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