United States Space Force (USSF) to Introduce its NFT Series in Honor of Neil Amstrong
The Non-Fungible Token (NFT) sector has risen in popularity, attracting everyone from famous meme video artists to celebrities seeking complete ownership for their creations. According to a latest study, the United States Space Force (USSF), a division of the US military services, is interested in NFTs.
The United States Soccer Federation has teamed up with Ethernity Chain, a community-driven non-fungible token framework, to launch a variety of NFTs. The collaboration intends to deliver upgrades and coins produced for the debut of its GPS Block III vehicle.
The Neil Armstrong Foundation is christened after Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the moon. Satellite launch vehicles, spacesuits, and other famous pictures will be included.
“Armstrong Satellite NFT Launch with Space Force,” it reads. The memorabilia will be available on two different platforms. On June 14, the Star Atlas platform was launched. This is three days prior to the actual launch of the Armstrong satellite.
The other network, Ethernity Chain, is the foremost to license, validate, and promote successful creations on a global scale. Collectibles have gained long-term value on the basis of this.
The NFT will be engaging virtual reality tokens, according to Ethernity Chain. Among them, one of these will be a 3D representation of 27 satellites circling the Earth. The opening price for the satellite NFT will be $1. Between $100 and $1000 will be paid for sets of 25 to 100 items.
According to Ethernity Chain CEO Nick Rose, this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for the NFT and the blockchain ecosystem to recognize scientific and visionary milestones.
“We can now commemorate and tokenize this launch, as well as Neil Armstrong’s monumental accomplishments, on an NFT that the whole public can partake in.”
Astrotech Space Operations Florida will release the NFTs at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in, with a 15-minute launch period. On Thursday, it will begin at 4:09 p.m. UTC. The NFT fever rocked Beijing in March 2021, when curators unveiled one of the world’s inaugural galleries devoted to blockchain artworks. A Chinese artist, Yitian Sun, feels that blockchain would enhance the art world’s ecology.
“Blockchain is altering the “liquidity of artworks, as well as the complexity of connections between collectors and creators,” according to the article.