- Katy Perry’s first-ever NFT drop hits the market on December 15.
- The singer-songwriter announced “The Roar Package” which will debut on the THETA Network.
- The NFTs feature Katy Perry’s works including “Golden Lion” from her global viewing in 2015.
American singer-songwriter Katy Perry is launching her first-ever NFT drop this Wednesday, December 15. The pop star announced on Twitter that her NFT dubbed “The Roar Package: Looking Back While Moving Forward” will be debuting on the NFT marketplace THETA Network.
The NFTs will feature some of Katy Perry’s best works including “Golden Lion” from her global wiring in 2015. The NFT drop also comes in readiness for her upcoming “Play” residency at the Resorts World Las Vegas hotel, which kicks off on December 29.
According to her Tweet, the NFT will be available from 1:00 PM PT, on Wednesday.
In 2015, Katy opened her performance on a giant Golden Lion, with her 2013 song, Roar, which topped music charts in 12 countries.
Fans can sign-up on the official NFT drop website and pre-fund their wallets, giving them a higher chance of winning the limited editions NFTs like the “Golden Lion”.
Katy Perry’s limited edition NFT has 2,500 units available, going for a modest $100 per unit. Pre-funded wallets will automatically receive their items once their place in line is called.
NFTs connect the physical and digital worlds through tokenization. Katy Perry’s NFT will connect her fans to her world, including merchandise, access to her nostalgia store, backstage access to her shows.
In a statement explaining the reason for launching an NFT drop, Katy Perry said, “as an artist, I’ve always tried to keep an eye on the future, so now it feels like we’re stepping into it. The NFTs concept is new and exciting, so I’m thrilled my fans and I get to be early adopters in this new world.”
Katy perry’s announcement of the NFT received mixed reactions from followers with some telling her to walk back the idea.
One user tweeted:
However, some saw the benefits that could come with the NFT drop, also singling out the fact that Katy Perry used Theta Network, which is considered a green ecosystem, compared to other networks that consume a lot of power.
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