Messi’s new billionaire business: the ‘Messiverse’

Leo Messi You have signed up for the revolutionary new fad in the art world, a business that has many numbers to further increase your checking account. This is the ‘Messiverse’.

The Argentine PSG footballer has launched his art collection in NFT (non-fungible token) with the highlights of his career during his time in Barcelona.

“These NFTs are unique pieces of digital art that will forever remain on the blockchain and allow you to enter the ‘Messiverse.’ Make sure you’re ready to get yours, ”he shared. Messi on their social profiles.

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The so-called NFTs (Non-Fungible Token) can be digital content or the representation of a physical asset. They are creating a trend in the field of art. They are characterized by not being divisible and by being stored in a blockchain.

‘The Messiverse’ is a collection of NFT-based work by the artist and designer BossLogic that reviews some milestones of his career and that is already generating great interest.

The name of “Messiverse” is a play on words between the name of the footballer and the term to refer to all the existing dimensions. It will be designed by artist BossLogic, recognized for his designs for the Marvel and Disney films.

After reaching an agreement with the player, it will go on sale on the platform Ethernity Chain.

Designer BossLogic has made designs for Disney and Marvel, promoting films like Spider Man and The Avengers. He also created three other unreleased series on NFT titled “Man from the Future”, “Worth the Weight”, “The King Piece”.

In April, the art world turned upside down when the popular auction house Christie’s auctioned a digital collage for a not inconsiderable amount of 69.3 million dollars (57 million euros), the third highest price achieved at auction by a living artist, after Jeff Koons and David Hockney.