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#CryptoHeart: Heart Evangelista creates her first NFTs

Heart Evangelista shared that she has collaborated with Filipino NFT creators.

Toff C.

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10/23/2021 03:42 PM
#CryptoHeart: Heart Evangelista creates her first NFTs
Photo credit: @iamhearte Instagram

Heart Evangelista shared that she has created her very first non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

On her Instagram page, the actress-artist opened up about her journey exploring the world of NFTs.

"I spent the last few months studying the exciting world of NFTs! It's a new kind of digital art that is secured by blockchain technology and can take many digital forms including art, videos, and music. Basically, anything that can be stored digitally can be made into an NFT!" Heart posted.

"These are really cool because they let a buyer prove that they are the true owner of a piece of art even if the art can be freely viewed by the public online. It’s such an interesting combination of art and technology that lets artists express themselves in a whole new way!" she added.

Heart relayed that she has made her very first NFTs using her favorite pieces. She also said that she has collaborated with the Cryptopop Art Guild Founder Luis Bueneventura and NFT artist Rodel Colmenar.

"It’s such a thrill to work with these talented artists to bring these NFT pieces to life and I’m so excited to share them with you on @opensea starting on November 4. Will be posting more information on how you can own one of these NFTs that are so special to me very soon!  #NFT #CryptoHeart," she said.

LOOK: Heart Evangelista took almost 2 years to complete this painting

Prior to making NFTs, Heart has been popular for her hand-painted bags and her paintings.

In an interview with Karen Davila in her the latter's YouTube vlog recently, Heart shared that she makes good profit from her paintings.

"A lot of my expenses come from my paintings because it started as [telling myself], ‘Don’t touch your savings, you can only spend your painting money,'" she told Karen. 

Heart relayed that her hand-painted bags have a starting rate of Php200,000. She also shared that she sold her painting for Php3 million recently.