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William Shatner NFT Sell Out Lighting Fast

Canadian action William Shatner put up digital collectibles which including his personal memorabilia.

Now according to reports the actor best known for his role of Captain Kirk sold it off lightning quickly. The collectibles which were sold included NFT cards which featured images from William Shatner’s personal life and career. They were sold out withing nine minutes.

Moreover, the online marketplace for virtual items offered 10,000 “packs” for sale, featuring roughly 125,000 digital collectibles in total. Collectors can now buy, sell, and trade the cards amongst themselves.

“I’m astonished at how quickly it all happened,” Shatner told Cointelegraph, adding he hopes people who purchased the NFTs would be able to find new friends in trading them.

“The cards themselves represent a beautiful past,” he said. “The verification of being on the blockchains represents a great future. So we have the past and the future mixing together.”

The Star Trek actor has been a blockchain advocate for some time, promoting the technology on his Twitter account. Shatner spoke to Cointelegraph Magazine in June, saying that “putting something on a blockchain is forever.”

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