Blowing Up Lamborghini For NFT, Not Just Selfie Don’t be lazy, knowing that a kid with a selfie can become a sultan because of the NFT. An artist in Italy also ‘played’ NFT, although in an unusual way.

A Lamborghini Huracan that doesn’t have to ‘play’ NFT has also become a symbol of wealth, willing to be blown to pieces, and selling the super car fragments in the form of NFT aka Non-Fungible Token.

Lamborghini Huracan itself is not cheap. The official price is Rp. 3.5 billion and it is one of the super cars to be reckoned with.

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It took two weeks to test the explosives, before detonating the Lamborghini Huracan.

Together with his team, the artist carries out the blasting process carefully and meticulously to avoid too much damage and harm to his comrades.

Launching Carscoop, the artist revealed that he managed to collect as many as 888 pieces which he claimed to have works of art, then he auctioned the components on a site called $CAR.

Those who buy the artwork will only get the digital form. Temporary its physical form will be kept and not sent to the buyer.

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Each piece of Lambo will be auctioned with a starting price of 0.01 Ethereum or around US $ 26 (Rp 373 thousand).

The money from the auction will be used to cover losses after blowing up a Lamborghini Huracan. In addition, he will also fund public art installations in the next few years.

And so that it has more value, the artist also promises a bonus in the form of videos of the supercar explosion seconds from various shooting angles.

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