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Bentley Motors gears up to drop its Genesis NFT collection on Polygon

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British luxury car maker Bentley Motors Limited is diving into the Web3 ecosystem by launching a collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on the Ethereum Polygon scaling platform, the company announced Today.

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According to the announcement, the NFT One-Time Collection will be released in September 2022 and will only have 208 pieces. The NFT number is symbolic as it represents the top speed of the fastest Bentley Grand Tourer, the Continental GT Speed. 208 also represents the total number of 1952 R-Type Continentals.

Creating a greener future

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Bentley Design will be responsible for creating the NFT collection. Collectors who purchase the NFT will receive unique access and rewards from Bentley. The automaker did not disclose the price of the NFT.

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However, Bentley promised to use the proceeds from the sale to support students interested in engineering, design and manufacturing. In addition, the company plans to use the funds to support organizations committed to sustainability, especially in the transportation industry.

The car manufacturer decided to leave its NFT collection at Polygon because the network is carbon neutral. According to the announcement, Bentley NFTs will be environmentally friendly, helping the company meet its commitment to achieving full carbon neutrality by 2030.

NFTs continue to gain popularity among car manufacturers

With today’s announcement, Bentley is the second automotive company to enter the NFT market. Hyundai took first place after collaborating with the Meta Kongz NFT project in April. This partnership is part of the Hyundai program. Metamobilitymetaverse company concept.

Hyundai and Meta Kongz celebrated the partnership with 30 limited edition Hyundai x Meta Kongz NFT vehicles.





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