The NFT mania continues – A dutch artist sold the world’s first full length concert NFT for a staggering $1.2 million


NFTs or Nun Fungible tokens are a rage of late. And furthering on the trend, we have news of the world’s first full-length concert NFT that was sold for a whopping $1.2 million. Yes, you read that right! It belongs to Dutch DJ/Producer Don Pepijn Schipper, best known as Don Diablo, and was recently auctioned online.

Called Destination Hexagonia, the one-of-a-kind NFT is a follow-up to his sensational Genesis NFT. It went live on the online forum called SuperRare on April 9th and was sold in just four minutes. The digital work marks the first-ever full-length concert experience to be sold as an NFT.

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Described as a “next level sci-fi animated live concert experience,” Destination Hexagonia is a result of over a year’s work. Commenting on its sale, Diablo said, “At this point, we almost feel like this particular piece has become priceless because we worked on it for almost a year and put an incredible amount of love and effort into it. What’s next? I’ve got some incredibly exciting collaborations lined up, and I cannot wait to share it with the world very soon; this is just the beginning.”

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The Destination Hexagonia NFT was given away in a unique hand-crafted box with a one-of-a-kind physical USB stick (containing the film’s HD copy) with Don Diablo’s logo. Well, it sure couldn’t get any better than this!