TikTok star Nathan Apodaca is promoting his viral Fleetwood Mac skateboarding video as an NFT and is hoping to get $500,000 for it.
Mr Apodaca acquired greater than 12 million “likes” for the 23 second Goals video when he posted it final September.
Now he’s hoping to money in on the newest NFT digital artwork craze and promote the video at public sale.
The web star, who is called Doggface, grew to become identified all around the world for the video of him skating down a road in Idaho to the band’s iconic hit music.
His viral video tripled gross sales of the music and boosted Spotify streams of it by 127 per cent and now it should go below the hammer on Friday at rarible.com.
However the video won’t embrace the band’s soundtrack as he doesn’t personal the rights to it.
NFTs, which stands for Non-Fungible Token, have grew to become vastly well-liked in the course of the pandemic lockdown.
They’re basically a digital certificates of authenticity connected to a bit of digital content material or paintings, and are made out of a singular string of characters.
That string is connected to a blockchain, which use teams of computer systems to create a shared digital ledger that nobody particular person laptop can change by itself.
Final week Christie’s bought a 5,000 picture digital mosaic by artist Beeple for $69 million.
And Canadian musician Grimes, who has a baby with Tesla founder Elon Musk, made almost $6 million by promoting her digital artworks as NFTs.
The entrepreneur sparked a bidding was when he mentioned he would dump a tweet, however modified his thoughts when it reached $1.1 million.
“Really, doesn’t really feel fairly proper promoting this. Will move,” he wrote.