Artist Jonathan Rosen and Treum collaborate on massive NFT drop

Visual artist Jonathan Rosen, together with Treum, the company behind the hugely successful NFT project EulerBeats, has released a limited set of NFTs that will be showcased for the first time on a 36-screen digital façade on London's Oxford Street and is currently on display. In the seven-story Nasdaq Tower in New York's Times Square. Showcasing in Sydney, Taipei, Paris and Hong Kong, Rosen will release four NFTs titled I WANT, BIG, DROP and FAMOUS, which explore ideas around desire and fame, in addition to the first-of-its-kind "coincidence-based" NFT hit. Lottery. In addition, Rosen created a fifth NFT in partnership with Nasdaq's Purpose Initiative, a stock market project to provide greater access to asset markets, and Broadway Cares, a nonprofit fundraising and donation organization for AIDS to raise money for nearby charity. . All of EulerBeat's 'Enigma' NFTs retail for $85,000 and up "Because I've always embraced digital technologies in my work, the NFT space allows me to dive deeper into our digital experience," says Rosen. "And back in the outside world, it's an honor to make the digital physical and be among the brightest lights on Broadway." Five winning collectors of over 1 1,000 pieces, the name and/or crypto displayed next to their newly minted NFTs on the Nasdaq tower wallet address. In addition to auctions, collectors get the chance to purchase a unique single family NFT through a lottery for a fixed price. Inspired by the similar mechanics of Rosen's interactive digital mirrors, the oblique DREAM MACHINES, NFT generator draws a random sentence for the collector. Once printed, ownership of the unique artwork is immediately transferred to the buyer, and single sentence NFT can only be repurchased in a secondary market. Rosen's NFT auction will use the Treum NFT platform to create, list and sell generative art NFTs. The platform provides end-to-end services

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