OneOf partnered with Globe Entertainment & Media Corporation (“Globe”), the owner of one of the world’s most iconic photo archives, to mint and sell photographs of Pamela Anderson as NFTs.
Anderson’s pictures showcase some of her most famous, yet unseen Baywatch moments from the ’90s, as well as events throughout her lifetime.
Each Polygon-based NFT includes a digital certificate of authenticity (DCOA) that certifies the physical item’s authenticity, as well as an NFC tag that can be scanned with a smartphone to instantly display the digital certificate.
The physical slide is 2 x 2 inches and is framed in 5 x 5 transparent acrylic frames.
The NFTs will be sold in three stages: the OnePass pre-sale, which began on March 2nd at $199 per NFT; the OneOf Community pre-sale, which will begin on March 7th at $250 for any leftover inventory; and the main sale, which will begin on March 14th at $300 per NFT.
Some of the NFTs — such as the one depicting Pamela Anderson in her famed Baywatch red swimsuit — have already sold out.
OneOf raised $8 million in a strategic round last August to accelerate the development of its environmentally friendly NFT marketplace and support its growth.
Before, OneOf formed strategic partnerships such as one with eBay to launch an NFT series starring hockey icon Wayne Gretzky and another with The Recording Academy to release commemorative NFTs for the 64th, 65th, and 66th annual Grammy Awards.