This Glenfiddich 1973 whisky bottle NFT costs nearly half a million dollars
A few days ago I had an idea: I thought it would be interesting to put together a list of 'boozy' NFTs but then I realised that BlockBar, which is essentially a marketplace for NFTs with a sole focus on drinks and spirits, gets updated pretty much daily so it's probably better to run a weekly 'column' about this.
Every week, I'll pick my favourite NFT and share it on Foodtribe (so that's more weeks...), and also on my blog about crypto bitcoinea, a web platform called Publish0x as well as on these two Instagram accounts about drinks news and crypto. There you go, I apologise for the shameless plug, now let's get back on topic.
This week's boozy NFT is the digital representation of a bottle of Glenfiddich 1973 Armagnac Cask Finish Single Malt Scotch Whisky, limited to 15 bottles. This week's boozy NFT is the digital representation of a bottle of Glenfiddich 1973 Armagnac Cask Finish Single Malt Scotch Whisky, limited to 15 bottles. Bottle no. 1 appears to be the second most expensive, priced at 58.81 ETH (around $199k at the current rate), while No. 4 costs a whopping 118.18 ETH (around $400,000). This is insane, but then again the NFT market is. But hey, No. 5 'only' costs 28.10 ETH ($95k).
I'm a crypto 'evangelist', by all means. But I'd much, much rather have the actual, physical bottle. What do you say?
What's gonna happen to my content after February 1st? I'll keep writing about cars and watches on Flabbergasted, cryptocurrencies on bitcoinea and Publish0x. I also have five instagram accounts: personal, cars, watches, drinks news and crypto; as well as two (semi-active) YouTube channels (personal and cars). Thank you for your support on Drivetribe/Foodtribe, and thank you in advance should you choose to read my content elsewhere in the future.