- Aphex Twin released a Non-Fungible Token on NFT platform named Foundation.
- Moreover, “/afx\/weirdcore\” shows an animated version of the artist’s face.
- Richard David James, is the real name of Aphex Twin.
Specifically, the NFT contained a piece entitled “/afx\/weirdcore\”. This appears to be a defective and animated version of the artist’s face.
I’m on @withFND 🌐
— Aphex Twin (@AphexTwin) March 14, 2021
Aphex Twin also added that he plans to raise the eco-friendly footprint of the NFT
We will spend a portion of the money on planting trees and either donating to permaculture projects or setting them up ourselves, depending on how much we get.
Richard David James, popularly known as Aphex Twin, is associated with the electronic sub-genre called intelligent dance music. He lives in the UK.
Meanwhile, a non-fungible token (NFT) is a blockchain-based token that illustrates ownership of a collectible. However, they used everything from digital sports cards to NBA highlight videos to albums to artworks.
Last month, Lindsay Lohan sold a Daft Punk NFT for over $15,000. Recently, Gaming pioneer Atari announced its partnership with the DeFi firm Bondly. In fact, Bondly partnered with Atari to create NFTs for its new Atari Metaverse project. Added to this, Football club AC Milan has announced that they will launch their own NFTs on the Socios.com app.