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Gucci Is Launching A New NFT Collection – Here’s What You Need To Know! (SUPERGUCCI)


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Gucci has teamed up with SUPERPLASTICS, the world’s leading creator of animated celebrities, limited vinyl toys, and digital collectibles to launch SUPERGUCCI NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens). The star of the three-part drop is Crypto Janky, an NFT drop and Handmade collectible Created by the Company’s artists Janky & Guggimon in Collaboration with Gucci. Each NFT will be given away with a Ceramic Sculpture handmade in Italy and co-designed by Gucci. The NFT drop will be Gucci’s first. In this video we are looking into

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