The NFT Magazine, a project created by The Cryptonomist and ArtRights, has reached its 11th edition and this time the issue was dedicated to the Crypto Art Begins project, the first book in the form of NFT published by Rizzoli.
The magazine will be on sale on Opensea in public sale starting September 2, for 0.05 ETH with a collage of the book’s 50 covers on the cover.
The private sale, on the other hand, will be on sale on Thenftmag, the project’s official website, from yesterday, August 28, 2022.
Crypto Art – Begins, the first NFT book.
“CRYPTO ART – Begins” is the first Phygital book, thus standing at an intermediate point between print and Web3. Published by Rizzoli, the book will be sold in both print and NFT form.
This is why the book “CRYPTO ART – Begins” published by Rizzoli Italy and New York is born, based on the idea and project of The NFT Magazine, the first monthly magazine to be read and collected on the Ethereum blockchain, born from the collaboration between ArtRights and The Cryptonomist.
Ownership of the NFT will give the right to receive a preview of the physical book in its limited edition, whose covers celebrate the best works of the 50 artists, as well as guaranteeing numerous experiences between physical and digital, resulting in one of the biggest drops in the history of cryptocurrency art.
The pre-sale of NFTs-scheduled for September 19, 2022-will take place on Nifty Gateway, one of the world’s leading cryptocurrency art platforms.
Those who own one or more copies of NFT Magazine also get other benefits in addition to reading the magazine.
One of these is the NFTM token, which is used to purchase, in the Gallery section of the project’s official website, artworks by emerging artists selected by the team.
In addition, those who are in the Discord channel or subscribed to the newsletter can access whitelists for various projects with which the team forges collaborations, events, and more.
The Readers Club, in fact, was created as an aggregator for NFT Magazine holders to exchange opinions and also suggest issues and artists to be included in future editions.