The Brits Awards with Mastercard have announced that they will be partnering up with NFT platform Serenade for the first NFT collection.
Designed by digital artist MRE who has worked with Brit winners Dave and J Hus, the new collection will commemorate winners in specific categories including, Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Best New Artist, and much more.
The initiative will offer fans to own a piece of music history and get closer to the winning artists by owning an official digital collection item, associated with the career milestone.
The BRIT Awards 2022 will proudly release its first ever eco-friendly NFT collection created by @mregfx. Strictly limited editions will be minted on 9th February and sold at £10 each, with all proceeds going to the BRIT Trust. pic.twitter.com/iEWn50Z6zg
— BRIT Awards (@BRITs) January 26, 2022
The NFTs will cost £10 each and give fans the chance to win tickets to next's years Brits too.
They will be available from Wednesday, February 9, and can be brought on the Serenade website.
Artist MRE said: "Working with The BRIT Awards to create something special to celebrate this year’s BRITs winners is a great opportunity to bring digital art and NFTs to a wider audience.
"This collaboration is helping develop new creative possibilities and to push the boundaries of what can be done to make music fans part of a wider experience."
All proceeds raised will be donated to The Brit Trust, a charity that promotes education and well-being through music.
The BRIT Awards 2022 with Mastercard takes place Tuesday 8th February at The O2 arena, exclusively broadcast on ITV and ITV Hub and hosted by Mo Gilligan.