BAYC Partners with Rolling Stone for Limited Edition NFTs The popular NFT collection — Bored Ape Yacht Club — teamed up with the American magazine — Rolling Stone — to release special edition digital collectibles. This is the second collaboration between them in the space of one year.

The November 2021 issue of the monthly magazine, which focuses on politics and music, will be available. hoppedJoin the NFT wagon by joining hands with BAYC and bidding on two digital magazine covers. Rolling Stone also released 2,500 limited edition paper zines featuring Bored Ape images. BAYC revealed its second partnership to the magazine via a tweet. The two will launch one Bored Ape Yacht Club non fungible token as well as one Mutant Ape Yacht Club.

The date for the sale of collectibles is June 22 at 9:00 ET. This sale will be in conjunction with other digital artwork. The art prints are available for ApeCoin, (APE), and can be purchased for $100.

This popular collection is regarded as the most important project in the sector of non-fungible tokens. It features different monkey caricatures, which was a popular niche for celebrities and investors. At the beginning of 2022, the Founder of Reddit — Alexis Ohanian — gifted his wife — Serena Williams — a Bored Ape NFT. He didn’t reveal how much he spent on the gift, but he did say that it would be his only present to his wife from now on. Justin Bieber, a Canadian singer, also joined the club. He spent 500 ETH on an ape depicted on blue background with tears in its eyes. The purchase was valued at $1.3 million at the time of the transaction. The musician purchased another NFT from the collection a week later for $470,000 of ETH. In March, “the queen of pop music” — Madonna — purchased Bored Ape #4988 for 180 ETH (approximately $564,000 by that time). Her fans were divided on this decision. Some praised her for jumping on the NFT universe while others were disappointed.



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