He will be the first celebrity to partner with MORE, a New York City branding company that promotes celebrities and crypto.
Joe became famous from his viral Netflix show The Tiger King and is currently serving a 22-year federal sentence in Fort Worth, Texas, on counts of animal abuse and attempted murder for hire.
Launching NFTs From … Jail
But that’s not stopping the former zoo operator, police officer and global meme sensation from launching his NFT drop with the support of Brad Small, high-profile entertainment lawyer of Beverly Hills firm Rosenfeld Meyer & Susman LLP.
The NFTs for sale are 3D digital models, paired with in-perspective physical items. The auction will include favourite items seen on The Tiger King, such as:
- Joe’s favourite pistol and holster and commonly worn jackets
- Bikinis worn in the series by adult film star Rachel Starr
- Audio recordings made by Joe in prison, as well as other digital artworks and tokens
The Tiger King has spoken of his excitement about the project, stating:
I’m really grateful to the MORE team for giving me a platform to give back to my loyal fan base. It’s great to have a voice via blockchain technology and I’m honoured to be the first to kick off MORE’s celebrity NFTs.Joe Exotic
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