Next 25th of September, Lamborghini’s official non-fungible tokens (NFTs) will be auctioned on the new Elysium Bridge platform.
Indeed, the owners and heirs of the Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum, Tonino and Ferruccio Jr, have announced the first NFTs dedicated to the history of Lamborghini to sell exclusively the rarest pieces from their private collection.
The NFTs on sale on the Elysium Bridge represent priceless works of art kept in the Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum, making this one of the events only chance to own these unique items.
So far, these important relics from the history of the Lamborghini brand had never made it into the NFT world, through which the blockchain will make these pieces immortal.
From the very beginning, this very idea guided the vision of the founders of Elysium Bridge to bring priceless works to life in the digital world forever.
The September 25 event where these Lamborghini dedicated NFTs will be auctioned, “Will be a real voyage of discovery of the unique items presented at the auction, during which historical backgrounds and details that have never been made public and were previously only known to the Lamborghini family themselves will be revealed.”declared the founders of the platform Enrico Branchetti and Patrick Jusic.
These NFTs were designed by six internationally renowned artists, including Emanuele Dascanio and Giovanni Motta, and more names will be announced shortly.
On the platform’s website, you can watch a trailer announcing the event and register for the waiting list, which is the only way to participate in the auction.
The special features of the NFT Elysium Bridge Marketplace
What sets this new platform of Non-Fungible Art Tokens apart is the desire to be connected with a series of events and physical auctions with an exclusive audience that fits into the scene of major cities worldwide, including Monte-Carlo and Dubai.
The Elysium Bridge team is also involved top-class brands, so big news and collaborations are expected after Lamborghini.
Lamborghini in the world of cryptocurrencies
Lamborghini as a luxury car has been a symbol of the cryptocurrency industry for years, with phrases like “When Lambo?” it used to be asked whether a coin would go up enough to be able to afford exactly one Lamborghini.
In the meantime, the film by director Bobby Moresco with the title “Lamborghini”, co-produced by the cryptocurrency project Tatatu with Alec Baldwin and Antonio Banderas, is still in the works. The film tells the story of the entrepreneur who turned his tractor factory into a legendary car manufacturer.