- Kevin Hart’s Confessions From The Hart collection was recently unveiled and went for presale
- Of late, the comedian has been tweeting enthusiastically about NFTs and the metaverse
- Celebrities’ entry into the NFT verse has not yet taken the sheen off names like Beeple and CryptoPunk
Comedian and actor Kevin Hart is not the only celebrity pushing non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The list includes names like Paris Hilton, Madonna, and Snoop Dogg. Actor Keanu Reeves has also commented that he will support NFT artists. Separately, sportspersons like Cristiano Ronaldo and Coco Gauff have also jumped on the bandwagon.
NFTs, which are blockchain records of some underlying artwork or other items are being viewed by some as alternatives to altcoins, which, in turn, are an alternative to Bitcoin. Let us explore the latest NFT launch by Kevin Hart.
What is Kevin Hart NFT collection?
Titled “Confessions From The Hart”, the presale of the collection was announced by Hart on his Twitter account almost a week back. A Discord link was also shared by the comedian, and it was suggested that some of the participants in the presale can win free NFTs. Another link of the Moonwalk NFT platform was also shared by Hart, with the message of a public sale.
Over the past few days, the comedian has been regularly retweeting messages from NFT lovers who have purchased an asset from Hart’s NFT collection. The assets are being described as Hart’s alter egos and are simply cartoons depicting his facial expressions.
Interestingly, Hart has also talked about the launch of a metaverse-based private screening room, which will be accessible to his NFT holders. The room will screen exclusive content related to him, it is said. Hart has also been tweeting enthusiastically about the metaverse and Web 3.0.
On OpenSea, the floor price of Kevin Hart’s NFT collection is 0.03 ETH, as of writing.
Celebrities and NFTs
By one measure, Hart is a very late entrant in NFTs and the metaverse. Snoop Dogg and Paris Hilton have already been in this space for long now. Madonna entered the NFT verse in collaboration with Beeple, one of the top artists by sales volume. Many view the entry of celebrities and sportspersons as a big push for both NFTs and the wider cryptoverse.
The list of top NFTs, however, does not include celebrities. Beeple’s Everydays is said to be the costliest ever, and the NFT represents a collage of multiple digital photos. Another top name in NFTs is artist Pak. Projects like CryptoPunk and BAYC have NFT assets that have sold for prices higher than that of NFTs of celebrities.
Kevin Hart NFTs have been launched in the market, and the comedian is tweeting about the metaverse and Web 3.0. The assets, however, do not command a very high price as of now. The plunge of celebrities into the NFT verse is yet to dislodge names like Beeple and CryptoPunk from the top positions.
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