A non-fungible token marked "Biohazard" will be timed to coincide with the ban on the Mumiy Troll concert in St. Petersburg, which was supposed to take place on June 20
The music group "Mumiy Troll" announced the release of a non-fungible token (NFT) due to the ban of their concert in St. Petersburg on June 20, which was supposed to be the first performance of the group within the framework of a new international tour. The city authorities revoked the permission to hold the concert exactly one day before the concert, representatives of the group told topplabs.org. The loss of the organizers of the event amounted to more than 10 million rubles.
The "Antique" NFT token will be labeled "Biohazard". It will be released jointly with MozartBit on July 2 on the Binance NFT marketplace.
On the same day, the platform will start selling 12 non-fungible tokens that Mumiy Troll timed to coincide with the release of the new album After Evil. NFT will contain excerpts from the songs of the new album, as well as 3D models of the band's lead singer Ilya Lagutenko and virtual costumes that can be used on avatars and in the metaverse.
In June, Russian artist Pokras Lampas presented his own non-fungible tokens on the Binance NFT marketplace.