GemSet - Luxury NFT Collection Reveals Unprecedented Reward for Holders: Real Diamonds
Las Vegas, NV, Nov. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GemSet NFT, a luxury NFT collection created by artist Johnathan Schultz, announced today it is rewarding holders with real, physical diamonds. This move is the first-of-its-kind to happen in the NFT space.
GemSet reveals it has 2,500 diamonds packaged and ready to be delivered to holders of The Gemesis NFT Collection. Gemesis is a 2.5k NFT collection that offers an all access pass to the upcoming GemSet drop, the 10k generative NFT collection.
Diamond Redemption Process and Additional Rewards
For each Gemesis NFT that is accompanied by one redeemable diamond, the holder must submit a KYC (Know Your Customer) process to provide the necessary information to validate their identity and ensure the diamond is shipped to a valid address. Apart from the diamonds, other GemSet rewards consist of more than $200,000 in physical artwork including hand-painted canvases with multiple layers of 23kt gold and GemSet merch hand created by Schultz.
Both collections, GemSet and Gemesis, are created by Schultz himself. All of the artwork is hand-drawn with properties and trats inspired by nostalgic 90’s and early 00’s toys, games, movies and tech.
Artwork and Events
The South African artist and entrepreneur is inspired by precious metals and diamonds, two of the country’s most valued natural resources, and has achieved international acclaim for his ability to incorporate these resources into his physical work. One of Schultz’s most notable pieces is the recreation of the late Nelson Mandela's fingerprint. It is encrusted with 9,225 diamonds and set in 18-karat white gold.
Most recently, Schultz presented this month’s Haute Living cover star and model, Cindy Crawford, with a one of one piece at a private event in Malibu, California to celebrate her accomplishments. Las Vegas Food & Wine’s Chef of The Year, Todd English, and the Miami Heat’s Udonis Haslem are among a number of notable figures who have also been gifted one-of-one pieces by Schultz.
Schultz will be showcasing this work throughout Art Basel Miami 2022, including at his gallery, The Johnathan Schultz Gallery, located in Miami Design District.
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