Coca-Cola has cooperated with Tafi to create its collection tokens (NFT). Therefore, the company will offer a collection for the International Friendship Day, in an event on July 30. NFT clients are allowed to inter a friend box (a box designed as a soda machine) that accidentally drops collectible virtual stuffs. The Friendship Box NFT collection affected by gaming prize boxes.
The NFT package, called The Friendship Box, and is going to be sold in one lot. It will include four multi-touch NFT exclusive Mystery stuffs that can only be opened by the winning bidder.
The Friendship Box, alone, is a rare NFT. The device was introduced as a kit that “converts 1956 Coca-Cola collectible vending machines for the Metavers.”
The” Friendship Boxes” feature a classic Coca-Cola, a wearable jacket which can be used in the Ehereum-based virtual world Decentraleyes friendship card, and a sound visualizer which plays audio of a bottle opening, a beverage which will be poured over ice, and the fizz sound usual to carbonate beverages.
The old Coca-Cola NFT refrigerator also has an audio visualizer that records the sounds of opening, pouring and consuming a Coca-Cola, a famous business card designed in the 1940s and perhaps the most interesting NFT – a futuristic interpretation of the old shape of coats. Courier delivery to this coat also has a unique version that can be worn in Decentraleyes.
And this is not the whole story! Some stuffs are displayed only when the auction is launched.
Each NFT made to catch the main elements of the Coca-Cola brand. Salmon Caraga, president of the Coca-Cola global brand, said:
Notice that NFT tokens are single and cannot be divided. Such tokens are used to verify ownership of an object. They cannot be replaced without the permission of the owner.
Coca-Cola’s representatives also confirmed to reward NFT owners with extra gifts. Coca-Cola tokens will go on sale July 30 at OpenSea marketplace. Bets and Payments can only be done using Ethereum cryptocurrency. The company warranted to donate all earnings from the sale of NFT to the sports charity Olympics International.
It was mentioned as well that in June 2020, it was reported that Coca-Cola vending machines in Australia and New Zealand would start to accept cryptocurrencies. As part of the Asia-Pacific Coca-Cola Cooperation with Amatil and Centrapay.