Summary: The Notorious B.I.G. has officially entered the blockchain, with his very own non-fungible token (NFT) collection live on NFT marketplace OneOf.  The “Sky’s the Limit” collection features 3,000 unique generative art pieces featuring the New York rapper with a plethora of different styles that complement his lifestyle and lyrics. CEO of OneOf, Lin Dai, noted ...

The Notorious B.I.G. has officially entered the blockchain, with his very own non-fungible token (NFT) collection live on NFT marketplace OneOf

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The “Sky’s the Limit” collection features 3,000 unique generative art pieces featuring the New York rapper with a plethora of different styles that complement his lifestyle and lyrics. CEO of OneOf, Lin Dai, noted in TwitterSpaces that out of millions of potential combinations, an algorithm came up with the 3,000 that are available now. Here are some of the items a NFT can have. 

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Each NFT is on sale for $100, which is the equivalent of 0.07194 Ether. Here is an example of one complete NFT for sale. 

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The official drop room on TwitterSpaces began at 12:30 p.m. ET, featuring artists that worked with B.I.G. Those artists told insider stories on what it was like to know and work with Christopher Wallace

In addition to owning the NFT, each edition of the collection grants owners voting rights over distribution of a previously unlicensed B.I.G. freestyle. 

Christopher Wallace, born in 1972, was an extremely famous New York rapper in the 1990s, who had many hit songs, including Hypnotize, Big Poppa, Juicy, Mo Money Mo Problems and many more. Wallace is considered to be one of the greatest rappers of all time by many of his contemporaries. 

Wallace died at the age of 24 in Los Angeles due to a dive-by homicide gunshot wound. He was known to many as Biggie Smalls, Biggie, Big Poppa, Frank White and more. 

Author: Tyler Irvin