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James Bond & Triumph Motorcycle auction off an NFT

James Bond & Triumph Motorcycle auction off an NFT

James Bond and Triumph motorcycles are auctioning off the digital version of The Triumph Scrambler 1200 as NFT. The previous year, the series came back to the big screens for its twenty-fifth adaptation of “No Time to Die.” As always, the action-packed scenes were enhanced by premium vehicles like motorcycles. Thus, this NFT drop will definitely be enjoyed by 007 fans.
The film highlighted the Triumph Scrambler 1200 in main action scenes. The main stage occurred When James Bond saw himself being attacked by SPECTER agents in Italy. He knocked out the lead leader and took his motorcycle, a Triumph Scrambler 1200. This motorcycle inspired the incredible 1: 1 animated digital collectible with added sound that is essential in any series.

The James Bond movie’s stunt group needed high-performance bikes for some essential action sequences, and Triumph marked all the boxes. This vehicle is a main team cooperation between Triumph Motorcycles and EON Productions. Triumph has a long, and brilliant history in the design, development, and production of premium motorcycles. It offers extraordinary levels of performance, functionality and management.
For months, the Triumph design workshop group worked together behind closed doors with the stunt team to configure different motorcycles for the film. For this reason, fans should enjoy the intense and dynamic action sequences with the Scramble 1200.

The auction begins on February 20; thus, go to VeVe. The digital collectible application is releasing 9007 Rare Editions for $87.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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