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'Tiger King' star Joe Exotic selling NFTs from prison
‘Tiger King’ lawyer on Joe Exotic joining NFT craze
Brad S. Small, lawyer to Joe Exotic, discusses the Tiger King’s NFT auction.
"Tiger King" fans will be able to bid on several non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and physical items from Joe Exotic, the star of the popular 2020 Netflix docu-series, on Friday.
Starting Friday, the former Oklahoma zoo owner — in partnership with cryptocurrency membership club MORE — will be auctioning off several NFTs along with their physical counterparts on officialtigerkingnft.com. NFT marketplace Mintable is hosting the online auction.
"I’m really grateful to the MORE team for giving me a platform to give back to loyal fan base [sic]," Exotic, born Joseph Maldonado-Passage, said in a Tuesday statement. "It’s great to have a voice via blockchain technology, and I’m honored to be the first to kickoff MORE’s celebrity NFTs."
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Three-dimensional NFTs and physical counterparts of the following items will be up for sale: Exotic’s pistol and holster, Exotic’s fringed leather jacket, Exotic’s black leather jacket and pants set, recordings from Exotic in prison and more.