Music NFT OneOf has released a collection in honor of the legendary rock band Led Zeppelin. It consists of photos from a photo session the band did in 1969 at a famous Hollywood hotel.
Launched in partnership with OneOf, eBay and Globe Entertainment, the “Legends of Rock: Led Zeppelin” collection will feature exclusive photos of the iconic band.
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The new collection offers the opportunity to own a piece of rock history. It combines rare tangible belt elements with NFT.
Rock Legends: Led Zeppelin
Three rehearsal photos became NFTs from the set, and featured band members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham and John Paul Jones during take a picture 1969 at the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Hollywood.
The collection is divided into two levels: the Platinum level, which includes 99 copies of each image and is priced at US$199; and the Diamond Layer, which is limited to five framed, professionally recorded pieces of material consisting of the band’s photo, poster, and four original tickets from the canceled 1980 tour priced at $399.
Each Platinum level purchase will also get you a pair of tickets.
The tickets are original pieces from a Led Zeppelin concert at Chicago Stadium in the 1980’s. At the time, they were canceled due to the death of percussionist John Bonham. As a result, tickets were never sold and Led Zeppelin came to an end.
Moreover, each purchase will get an NFT certificate minted on the Tezos blockchain.
Web3 and NFT revamp the souvenir business
The OneOf NFT platform is backed by music entrepreneur and producer Quincy Jones. In early 2022, she rose to prominence by joining Warner Music Group. In addition to music celebrities, OneOf also includes groups of Sports celebrities.
At the moment, the most affordable NFT is selling for $1 and the most expensive one is selling for $550.
OneOf co-founder and COO Joshua James told Gateway xtz. news Being “excited about this kit” because he’s a huge Led Zeppelin fan, commenting on the partnership with eBay and Globe:
“We are proud to partner with eBay and Globe Entertainment on this project, as we honor Led Zeppelin and their fans, carrying their legacy into the future.”
eBay has a long history as a digital company. This isn’t the first time OneOf and the e-commerce giant have worked together. eBay has shown great interest in NFTs, and in May it teamed up with OneOf to launch its first collection.
Britta Turner, general manager of collectibles at eBay, hails the partnership established to launch the exclusive NFT collection:
“Collectors and enthusiasts alike turn to eBay for rare, unique, and iconic items, and these authentic Led Zeppelin tickets and photos highlight the unique items eBay has to offer to music fans and the entire collector community.”
Globe Entertainment and Media is responsible for maintaining an archive of more than 20 million photographs of Hollywood pop culture figures. Globe CEO Klaus Müller revealed to xtz.news his enthusiasm for providing collectors with the opportunity to own “fantastic Led Zeppelin memorabilia,” and he complimented Web3:
Thanks to OneOf, Globe is able to take advantage of the latest Web3 merchandising technology and bring this exclusive collection to life to give fans a new opportunity to connect with this famous and beloved band.
The images were provided by Globe Entertainment and Media, listed and managed for sale by eBay, and released through the OneOf platform. The OneOf platform runs on Tezos and Polygon, but for this pool it will use Tezos to power and certify the pool.
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