Automobili Lamborghini unveiled its very first NFT project: the space-themed artwork Lamborghini Space Key, that will be auctioned soon. In short, these are five pieces of carbon fiber that went to the International Space Station in 2019, where they were used in some kind of joint research project. Lamborghini was involved, but the supercar company doesn’t mention details of the research.
Each of the five Space Keys is linked to an exclusive and digital artwork by the same artist through the QR code on the backside of the carbon fiber, each linking to an NFT.
Lamborghini said this initiative was developed in collaboration with NFT PRO™ and the five keys are billed to be sold through an auction.
“Innovation is a deeply rooted part of the Lamborghini DNA,” said Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman, and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini. “As a leading company for carbon fiber composite materials within the automotive sector, we pushed boundaries two and a half years ago with the joint research project in space. Now entering the metaverse is again proof of Lamborghini always setting sail for new horizons. The NFT world has been calling to us, and we are excited about engaging with this very passionate and innovative community.”
Lamborghini enters into the NFT world in cooperation with NFT PRO™. Further details will be shared in the following days and weeks, including the name of the artist of the Space Key and digital artwork, the nature of this unique piece of art, the auction house, as well as the date and time of the auction with the link to the auction registration. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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