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Bentley Motors to Drop Limited Genesis NFT on Polygon Network



Bentley Motors to Drop Limited Genesis NFT on Polygon Network

Bentley Motors today announces that it will drop its limited genesis NFTs on the Polygon network. The announcement about the NFT drop is done via a tweet followed by an official blog post.

The tweet reads, “Today we announce our first venture into the NFT marketplace with a one-time NFT drop on the carbon-neutral 0x Polygon network, scheduled for September 2022 and limited to just 208 pieces.”

As per the official blog post, this NFT drop is scheduled for September 2022 and is limited to just 208 pieces. The genesis Bentley NFT will offer the holders unique access and exclusive rewards.

All the Bentley NFTs will be minted on the Polygon network which aims to go carbon negative by the end of 2022. This way all Bentley NFTs will be entirely carbon-neutral. 

Ryan Wyatt, CEO at Polygon, said: “Polygon is excited to expand our partnerships in the automobile industry, by working with the most prestigious brand in its sector. Polygon will provide the sustainable, low-fee infrastructure Bentley requires for its foray into Web3.”

“By embracing this novel tech, Bentley secures its position in the next iteration of the internet, and doing so via Polygon’s carbon-neutral network will assist the automaker on its journey toward attaining carbon-neutrality by 2030.”

Member of the Board for Sales and Marketing, Alain Favey, comments: “Bentley customers are living their lives online, purchasing luxury goods with digital currency, and establishing businesses in the Metaverse.

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Ashish is a cryptocurrency journalist who has been passionately involved in the bitcoin space since 2016. His interests lie in bitcoin security, open-source systems, network effects and the intersection between economics and cryptography.