Of course John Legere, the previous CEO of T-Mobile, has jumped into NFTs by spending $888,888.88 on one made by Steve Aoki, according to Rolling Stone. It’s good to know he’s conserving busy after stepping down from T-Mobile’s CEO gig on April 1, 2020.
The NFT in query is named “hairy.” It’s a 36 second-long video, that includes music — which Rolling Stone describes as “soundscapes in harmony with digital animations” and I might describe as “if Darude were making music from inside a Game Boy” — and this visible:
Not solely is Legere’s possession of the video completely embedded within the blockchain, however he’ll additionally get a display in some acrylic that can show the NFT, as long as he doesn’t sell it in the next two weeks.
Aoki might be finest identified for his music profession. The NFT is the most recent in a collection of Aoki’s eclectic tasks, which embrace a branded Street Fighter II arcade cupboard, and a number of other Samsung commercials. According to Rolling Stone, his assortment of NFTs with Antonio Tudisco visuals introduced in $4.25 million, with Legere’s buy as the largest of the lot.
In a method it was meant to be: Aoki’s father founded the Benihana company of eating places. There is a Benihana within the Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena. Kismet, you understand?