The Amsterdam Foundation will release 8,000 NFTs of Nightwatch

The Rembrandt Heritage Foundation has announced plans to release an NFT of The Night Watch, which is on display in a separate room at Rijksmuseum. A digitized copy will be split into 8K unique fragments and each one can then serve as its own token for ‚ā¨260 or less!

The Amsterdam Foundation will release 8,000 NFTs of Nightwatch

The new owners of The Night Watch have pledged to spend the proceeds from this project on creating a virtual museum Metarembrandt.com, which currently houses 300 digitized copies of Rembrandt’s works that are shown at third-party exhibitions around the world right now; after they’re acquired by NFT – as announced recently when another masterpiece was added into its collection-, those paintings will be able for sale through OpenSea platform too!

The entrance fee to the Belvedere Gallery is a small price for such an exclusive experience. For just $1,850 you can enjoy 10K of Gustav Klimt’s masterpiece “The Kiss” being turned into 1000 unique pieces and then sold as tokens – each one costing ‚ā¨1800! With more than 2500 people buying them at their high prices (I know I’m not surprised), this museum has earned over 4 million‚ā¨ in less than 2 months time; seriously impressive stats considering how many tourists visit NYC everyday looking around without taking any steps forward or backward instead simply browsing through life passing by while never achieving anything meaningful.