Audi Drops NFT Collection on xNFT Protocol

By Ibiam Wayas August 11, 2021 In Blockchain, Crypto News, NFTs

Prestigious German car manufacturer Audi has released its non-fungible token collection in collaboration with xNFT Protocol, a decentralised creation and aggregator platform for NFTs. 

Audi NFT Collection Goes Live on xNFT

Audi intends to mint and release a limited-edition NFT collection exclusively on the platform. 

In the 15-minute teaser video on Weibo with texts in Mandarin, the automaker disclosed that the NFTs are being issued in collaboration with Robb Report and FAW-Volkswagen, a jointly owned company that manufactures Audi and Volkswagen passenger cars for the Chinese market. 

Dubbed “Fantasy Express”, the Audi NFT collection features about six digital artworks inspired by the new Audi A8L 60 TFSIe, reads the translated Weibo notice. Audi is the latest carmaker to jump on the NFT bandwagon following last week’s announcement that Porsche would issue exclusive design sketches as NFTs.


Top Companies and Celebrities in NFTs

Audi’s announcement proves the NFT craze isn’t limited to musicians and athletes. Crypto News Australia reported that Coca-Cola released its NFT collection on the P2P marketplace, OpenSea, on July 30. The objective was to commemorate International Friendship Day as well as to help raise funds for Special Olympics International.

Crypto News also reported on June 30 that Australian artists were holding their own physical NFT exhibitions. Last month, Rolling Stone Australia released the magazine’s first NFT cover with homegrown Aussie pop star Tones and I as its subject.

Ibiam Wayas

Ibiam Wayas

Ibiam is an optimistic crypto journalist. He loves to associate with like-minded individuals and collaborate with them on similar projects. He spends much of his time honing his writing and critical thinking skills.

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