On March 5, two days after the death of French NFT artist Alotta Money, the community organized a tribute for him at the metaverse.
- Fans gathered on the roof of the hotel to dance on the virtual dance floor and share their stories to celebrate Alotta’s birthday.
- Phillipe was known to the community as a pioneer NFT artist and sold individual NFTs for as much as 270 ETH.
- “Even though I’ve been to many events in the metaverse, I’ve not experienced anything like that,” Yehudah Petscher, after attending the event the NFT relations strategist told Forkast he was from NFT.
- “To those that think NFTs are just about money, this should be a lesson that the true power of [Web 3.0] is the ability for people to connect, build, and share in a decentralized way,” Petscher said.
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