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The latter is a museum established in 1966 by Victor Vasarely, situated in Aix en Provance in France.
The NFT collection is going to be the first one for the companies. It includes 12 NFT artworks from the late Op-Art pioneer Victor Vasarely and 12 couture NFTs from Paco Rabanne ‘Unwearable’ archive.
Selfridges is a retail store in London, The Corner Shop of which is hosting the Universe exhibition. The visitors are free to admire 24 iconic windows individually wrapped with Vasarely’s designs. Paco Rabanne archive pieces are currently exposed within the Corner.
MoonPay is a financial technology company that builds payments infrastructure for crypto. The corporation facilitates payments for the collection via NFT Checkout, a solution that provides the users the possibility to purchase an NFT instantly with a credit or debit card. Visa, Mastercard, Google Pay and Apple Pay are accepted on the website.
The public sale of the NFT collection went live on April 27th, with floor prices starting from 0.2 WETH. Some of the digital items are still available at 0.2 WETH, while others go up to 69 WETH.
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