Japanese pop-metal band Babymetal have already turned heads with their non-fungible activity. With their new foray into music NFTS, the act is ready to unveil two new token packs and an exclusive set. Or, as some are calling them, the 10 Babymetal Budokan NFT project.
The drop ties to the group’s forthcoming live album, ’10 Babymetal Budokan’, which comprises ten recordings from ten shows that took place between January and April 2021 at the legendary Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan. The NFT collection consists of 20 digital trading cards on three rarity levels, each featuring a photo from the concerts.
Breaking things down properly, there will be 24,200 common level cards with a selection of ten individual designs. These make up 88% of the total drop. In addition, 2,750 rare level cards and 550 super rare cards will also be available.
When and Where is the 10 Babymetal Budokan NFT Drop
In order to run the auctions, Babymetal have their own website — logically titled babymetal.cards. Sale will begin at 4PM GMT on 9th September. A digital five-card randomised pack will cost $35, limited to 2,500 packs.
1,000 limited edition Mechapack bundles are also available, containing a 15-card pack plus the ’10 Babymetal Budokan’ album on gold vinyl, priced at $125. All tokens are issued through the WAX blockchain, with a native wallet required to purchase and receive the music NFTs.
Prospective buyers should note the last Babymetal NFT drop sold out in minutes, with a similar level of demand expected this time. In news related to music NFTs, Rammstein’s Till Lindemann recently sold €100,000 of exclusive content via non-fungible tokens, following fellow guitar heroes Avenged Sevenfold and KISS also making NFT news announcements.
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