For actor Amitabh Bachchan’s NFT debut, a new digital wallet has been launched.

Beyondlife.club, an NFT trading platform, unveiled a new digital wallet on Thursday, October 28 to help with the auctioning of Amitabh Bachchan’s future NFT collection. As part of his entry into the crypto realm, the Bollywood star will debut his NFT series on the site. NFTs are virtual collectibles that can be acquired with cryptocurrency and are encrypted using blockchain technology. Items inspired by Bachchan’s identity and work will be featured in his NFT series, which is set to premiere in November.

The new Bachchan-exclusive drop wallet will accept a variety of payment methods, including debit cards, credit cards, and cryptocurrencies.

For the NFT minting process, the platform is interoperable with the Ethereum and Polygon networks. According to the corporate statement, the goal of releasing this drop wallet is to make NFT-buying easier for both crypto and non-crypto Bachchan fans.
For the senior actor’s NFTs, the NFT exchange site has also introduced a “Loot Box.” Rare NFT presents, as well as a chance to obtain art pieces and antique posters of the Coolie film star, will be given to buyers of this “Loot Box.”

Bachchan, who is 79 years old, appears to be open to experimenting with cryptocurrencies in the midst of the crypto space’s fast worldwide rise.

Bachchan agreed to be the brand ambassador for the Indian crypto exchange CoinDCX earlier this month. He opted to use his clout to raise cryptocurrency awareness in India, according to CoinDCX at the time. Following in the footsteps of the legendary actor, a slew of other B-town celebrities have dabbled in cryptocurrency.

Manish Malhotra, an Indian fashion designer, has released a series of five NFTs depicting drawings of couture he created for Bollywood actors. WazirX said that the collection was sold out within minutes of its release.

Salman Khan has also announced the introduction of his own NFT collection, which will be accessible on BollyCoin, a new, specialized NFT platform with a Bollywood theme.

Sunny Leone, the first Bollywood star to invest, was also rumored to have done so in September.

Indeed, the NFT trading platform Colexion recently announced the addition of Indian singers Sunil Shetty, Aamir Ali, Mika Singh, and Sidhu Moosewala to its marketplace.

Aside from Indian celebrities, some foreign musicians have already joined NFTs, including rapper Snoop Dogg and American TV personality Steve Harvey. The fad is also gaining on among Indian celebrities.

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