Amy Winehouse's NFT is up for sale for musicians struggling with addiction.
The NFT of Amy Winehouse, who died ten years ago, is up for sale. Proceeds will be donated to a charity working for musicians struggling with addiction.
The photo of the Grammy-winning singer, who struggled with addiction and died from alcohol poisoning ten years ago, was taken at a phone booth in New York.
THE AUCTION WILL CONTINUE UNTIL MAY 30
The photograph, taken by Charles Moriarty, has been animated in comic style by visual artist Mark Palkoski.
Bids can be submitted until May 30 for the NFT, which will be put up for sale on the auction site OpenSea. NFT was put up for sale for a minimum of 3 Ethereums
Other photographs of the British singer, taken by Moriarty, will be exhibited this year in Nashville, Tennessee, as part of a series of events commemorating the 10th anniversary of Winehouse's death. There will also be a three-hour live broadcast on July 23, featuring the exhibition and performances by artists whose names have not yet been released. Some of the ticket sales revenue from this event will be donated to MusiCares and some to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.