Token2049 Singapore NFT exhibition
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Singapore NFT Exhibition to Feature Iconic Artists


The TOKEN2049 cryptocurrency conference, which features an interesting NFT exhibition, starts this week in Singapore. The top crypto and web3 conference in Asia, TOKEN2049, will begin on September 28 as a part of the larger Asia Crypto Week.

The OP3N WHALE NFT Exhibition, a special immersive NFT experience, is also part of the conference. Among curators of the exhibition are OP3N, a web3 IP community launchpad, and the web3 NFT membership club WHALE, bringing about a sizable NFT collection which holds a rare value. The exhibition will display NFT assets valued over $100 million, including the creations of renowned artists like Pak, XCOPY, and others.

NFT Exhibition and Crypto Event Hosted in Singapore

Some of the most expensive NFTs in the entire world will be on display at the OP3N WHALE NFT Exhibition this week in Singapore. The $100 million in NFT assets is astounding, in fact. Thanks to OP3N and WHALE, this collection has never before been on exhibit for the general public.

TOKEN2049’s founder, Raphael Strauch, said,

“The exciting creativity and innovation being offered by a variety of industries by their expanding interest in NFTs is reflected in today’s Web3 environment, with so much of this taking place in Asia. We have a jam-packed schedule for our guests, of which this exhibition is just one component.

NFT exhibitionAnticipation of NFT Pioneers

More than 7 thousand attendees are anticipated for the TOKEN2049 conference on September 28 and 29. You can expect the Singapore NFT exhibition to highlight the possibilities of NFTs during this time. Additionally, the east meets west NFT event will support Asian artists, creatives, companies, and curators.

This includes glitch artist and cult NFT hero XCOPY as well as digital artist Pak, who is credited with bringing Sotheby’s into the NFT space. Additionally, there is artwork by the Milanese artist team Hackatao and the celebrated Asian-American photographer Michael Yamashita, whose four-decade career with National Geographic.

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