GQ Magazine Launches Its First 1,661 NFTs, Giving Owners Access to Live Events

Key Points: GQ magazine will publish its first NFT collection, which grants holders access to a magazine subscription and merchandise.
The collection includes 1,661 NFTs that are linked to unique art pieces created by artists.
GQ magazine, a men’s fashion outlet, will launch its first non-fungible token collection (NFT). This will grant holders access to a magazine subscription, merchandise, live events, and merchandise. The collection will be released in phases starting on March 8 with an active list of GQ Discord members.
“When you mint artwork from the inaugural collection, you also get a pass to access the GQ universe. You will be able to claim a number of benefits from GQ, including a subscription to GQ Magazine, the GQ Box and exclusive GQ3 merchandise. Also, you’ll get a ticket for the first ever GQ3 party in NYC. It will also allow you to join the GQ3 community, as a founder or holder, with access to live events, a section of GQ Discord, first-in-line status for future drop, and more,” the announcement on GQ’s website stated.
Each artist created more than 100 unique traits that were combined algorithmically to create the artwork in this series. Each token allows holders to claim additional rewards like a GQ magazine subscription and a curated GQ box with products, exclusive merchandise, and tickets to the inaugural GQ3 party. Holders will have priority access to future releases and access to a Discord channel. Cable news network CNN launched its NFT market Vault in June 2021. It was shut down in October 2022. This led to some community members accusing the platform of orchestrating an alleged rug pull. TIME Magazine launched its TIMEPieces collection of NFT products in September 2021. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: NewsTags: Chuck AndersonGQGQ MagazineKelsey NiziolekREOSerwah AttafuahTIMEpiecesVault