Staff Reporters
Apr 21, 2022

All-time NFT favourites on display at Harvey Nichols Hong Kong

INSPIRATION STATION: An exhibition at the department store showcases popular virtual characters, partly to cater to first-time NFT buyers.

All-time NFT favourites on display at Harvey Nichols Hong Kong

Department store chain Harvey Nichols has launched a NFT retail concept space, HN NFT Vault, at its Pacific Place Hong Kong outlet. Projects for exploration and sale include CryptoPunks, Bored Ape Yacht Club, CloneX x Takashi Murakami, Azuki and Doodles.

Harvey Nichols launched this project with the aim to make NFTs more accessible to a broader audience by featuring a range of NFTs from some of the most successful projects globally available for in-store exploration and purchase. The collection is curated to cater to both first-time buyers and NFT experts, and prices ranging from HK$5,000 (US$637) to over HK$1,000,000 (US$127,000).

The NFT vault includes these characters:

Bored Ape Yacht Club

Clone X x Takashi Murakami

Karafuru

Lil’ Heroes by Edgar Plans

Azuki

 

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