On March 5, the crypto and non-fungible token (NFT) communities held a homage for French NFT artist Alotta Money at the Cryptovoxels metaverse, two days after he died of cancer and one day after his 50th birthday.
Over 100 admirers gathered on the rooftop of The Voxel Hotel to honor Alotta’s life. Then, and birthday by dancing on the virtual dance floor and sharing tales.
Phillipe, also known as Alotta Money in crypto circles, was a pioneering NFT artist who sold individual NFTs for as much as 270 ETH (US$1.04 million).
After attending the event, Yehudah Petscher, NFT relations strategist at NFT data aggregator CryptoSlam, says
“Even though I’ve been to many events in the metaverse, I’ve never witnessed anything like that.”
“To those who believe NFTs are only about money, this should serve as a reminder that the true strength of”
“[Web 3.0] is people’s ability to connect, build, and share in a decentralized way,” According to Petscher,
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