Johnny Depp Ethereum NFTs Surge After Actor Wins Defamation Suit

  • The NFT collection features images that Depp calls ‘friends and heroes’
  • Never Fear Truth” NFTs have a floor price of 0.52 ETH at the time of writing 
  • ETH Price at the time of writing – $1,789.42

An NFT assortment including fine art by Johnny Depp has seen its cost hop after the entertainer won a criticism suit against ex Amber Heard yesterday.

The 3,850 Never Fear Truth NFTs have a story cost of 0.52 ETH (around $944) as of this composition. Before the broadcast slander preliminary, the assortment had not seen a lot of footing since March 11, when its floor cost crested at 1.64 ETH. Around then, Ethereum was exchanging at $2,664, per CoinMarketCap. The assortment was previously sent off in January with a beginning cost of 0.70 ETH.

The collection first launched in January

The Never Fear Truth assortment of generative workmanship on OpenSea is stamped on Ethereum, including fine art by Depp. The venture was checked as credible by MakersPlace last month. 

Among the assortment are pictures of Companions and Heroes from before, including Heath Ledger, Tim Burton, River Phoenix, Elizabeth Taylor, Al Pacino, and Hunter S. Thompson. 607 of the pieces include Depp himself.

In this first open openness of Johnny’s specialty, he has focussed on individuals he has known well, and who have roused him personally, the portrayal peruses. Each picture is a cozy impression of their personality in Johnny’s eyes; a depiction of how they have uncovered themselves to him.

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Ice-T launched an NFT collection with Niftify

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are cryptographically novel tokens connected to computerized (and once in a while physical) content, giving confirmation of proprietorship. As indicated by the OpenSea posting, each “Never Fear Truth” NFT will go about as participation in an imaginative local area and future deliveries by Depp.

Depp isn’t the primary disputable big name to enter the NFT commercial center. In December, the rapper turned entertainer Ice-T sent off a NFT assortment with Niftify. Ice-T’s 1992 collection “Body Count” was broadly dubious for the dissent melody Cop Killer, composed according to the point of view of a person tired of police fierceness.

Obviously, NFTs have become questionable, with gamers and craftsmen standing up against what they see as money get or, more terrible, a trick, also the natural effect of NFTs printed on evidence of work blockchains like Ethereum that is currently moving to a proof of stake calculation.

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