Pak, Xcopy and Hackatao Art To Feature at This Singapore NFT Exhibition

This week in Singapore, the TOKEN2049 crypto conference begins – and it includes an exciting NFT exhibition. Beginning 28th September, TOKEN2049 is Asia’s premier crypto and web3 conference as part of the wider Asia Crypto Week.

The conference also includes a unique immersive NFT experience named the OP3N WHALE NFT Exhibition. This is curated by OP3N, a launchpad for IP communities in web3, and WHALE, the web3 NFT membership club with a massive collection of rare-value NFTs. The exhibition will feature over $100 million worth of NFT assets, including the work of iconic artists such as  Pak, XCOPY, and others.

Image of OP3N WHALE NFT Exhibition poster in Singaore

The OP3N WHALE NFT Exhibition will take place at TOKEN2049 this week in Singapore!

Singapore hosts a huge NFT exhibition and crypto event

The OP3N WHALE NFT Exhibition in Singapore this week will contain some of the most valuable NFTs in the world. In fact, the $100 million of NFT assets is mind-blowing. This is the first time such a collection has ever been on public display, thanks to OP3N and WHALE.

Raphael Strauch, the founder of TOKEN2049, said, 

“Today’s Web3 ecosystem reflects the exciting creativity and innovation being brought by a myriad of industries by their growing interest in NFTs — and so much of this is taking place in Asia. We have an exciting programme for our attendees — and this exhibition is just one part.”

The event will highlight NFT pioneers

Over 7,000 visitors are expected to attend the TOKEN2049 conference between 28th-29th September. During this, the OP3N WHALE NFT exhibition in Singapore will showcase the potential of NFTs. The east meets west NFT event will also promote artists, creatives, brands, and curators across Asia.

This includes digital artist Pak, known for onboarding Sotheby’s into the NFT space, and glitch artist, cult NFT hero, XCOPY. There is also art from Milanese artist duo Hackatao and award-winning Asian-American photographer Michael Yamashita, whose career with National Geographic spans over four decades.

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