The James Bond ‘No Time To Die’ X The Triumph Scrambler 1200 Motorcycle NFT drop will surely be a treat to the fans of the historic British cinema!
When the premium custom-created vehicle made the action-packed scenes even more elevated last year, we did not expect its digital version to drop so soon, did we?
James Bond and Triumph Motorcycles are auctioning off 9007 editions of “Triumph Motorcycle – No Time To Die” NFTs having a ‘rare’ rarity listed at $87 from February 20th at 12 P.M. PT onwards.
This motorcycle, the Triumph Scrambler 1200 inspired the incredible 1/1s animated digital collectible which will have an added sound.
There will be a 6% additional licence fee after the existing VeVe 2.5% secondary market fee, to be applied to sales in the secondary market.
The Triumph Motorcycles in collaboration with EON Productions have worked to make the exceptional action sequences perfect in the 25th James Bond film ‘No Time To Die’ that features the Scrambler 1200.
VeVe is simply a marketplace for NFT collections. Disney, with the help of VeVe, also launched NFTs for Valentine’s this year, highlighting Donald and Daisy Duck’s romance.
Celebrities hyping up NFTs is a race which is aced by Snoop Dogg and how! Not only is he highly bullish but he recently opened up a Medici Gallery tour for his fans and Snoop also gave away NFTs to the randomly-picked lucky attendees.