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Mondoir Leads Bidding Race For Coca-Cola NFT Loot Box

Mondoir Leads Bidding Race For Coca-Cola NFT Loot Box

The Coca-Cola NFT Loot Box has less than two days left for its auction at press time, and the bidding competition to take the one-of-a-kind digital collectibles is heating up.

According to breaking update from Jason Yanowitz, co-founder at Blockworks, Amir Soleymani aka @Mondoir has topped the bidding for Coca-Cola's NFT with 60 $WETH, which is worth some $155,000 based on current Ethereum price.

Mondoir is famous NFT collector also known as the gallerist heading Adelia Art Gallery, a contemporary & pop art gallery based in Liverpool. He currently leads the pack with 60 $WETH (wrapped $ETH) as the top bid. Mondoir is known as an avid collector and supporter of NFTs for a cause, and is a co-founder of The NFT Guild.

 

 

As CryptoDaily recently reported, the Coca-Cola NFT was launched to occasion the International Friendship Day, with proceeds to support and benefit Coca-Cola’s long-time partner, Special Olympics International. The NFT was made in partnership with custom 3D creators from Tafi, and Virtue, a international creative agency launched by VICE in 2006.

According to listed data from OpenSea, Mondoir has consistently placed bids to top the list, starting from a 5 $WETH bid. The NFT is being auctioned as a single lot, and represents Coca-Cola’s first foray into digital collectibles. Each piece in the collection is “inspired by shared moments of friendship,” says Coca-Cola.

The collection’s format is inspired by video-game loot boxes, and the Friendship Box itself will be packed with four rare, single-edition NFTs with accompanying “surprises” as they are opened. The box contains the following “loots”: The Coca-Cola Bubble Jacket Wearable, The Coca-Cola Friendship Card, The Coca-Cola Sound Visualizer, and The Coca-Cola Vintage Cooler.

An update on the Tafi website also lists “Physical Coca-Cola Cooler” as a new item, except it will be a real-life Coca-Cola refrigerator. The Coca-Cola refrigerator will be launched in November, and sports a retro-styled SMEG FAB28 modelling designed and made in Italy. Tafi also details that the refrigerator will be stocked with — yes, ice-cold Coca-Cola.

Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.



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