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Armenian TV series “Musk Factor” managed to sell its NFT for less than $8,000

Lately, a popular Armenian TV series called “Musk Factor” sold its NFT drop for 3.8 million drams (more than $7,700).

To start, Musk Factor is a 12-part sci-fi comedy series centered on an Armenian engineer who is sent to Mars. Interestingly, the engineer’s son, Adam, misses his father very much, so he decides to make a digital clone of him. The story carries on where Adam uses the same technology to create digital human clones.
However, “NFT Revolution” depicts a Bored Ape at a museum. At the same time, visitors click on the portrait.

Positively, the collection plans to teach its viewers about space and research enhancement.

“NFT tokens have become a trend in 2021. They are particularly interesting for artists (illustrators, painters) because they have a chance to digitize and sell their works,” said Raphael Tadevosyan, the general producer of Musk Factor. “

In addition, every season of Musk Factor will release 33 NFTs showing the animated film images.

Presently, the collection is in its pre-production stage. Nevertheless, it will be displayed in the summer of 2022. Raphael Tadevosyan, is the main producer of Musk Factor collections, and a specialist in public relations and international media. The company is the maker of London’s largest luxury food blog in the region, with 5 million subscribers.

Simultaneously, you can check out the Musk Factor NFT line at OpenSea.

About Tiffany Ellis

She is a smiley curious writer from the USA. She loves Cryptocurrencies, Arts an also NFTs.

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