Rolling Stones lead vocalist Mick Jagger is frantically trying to help indie music venues affected by the pandemic.

In an announcement from music legend on Thursday, Jagger said he has launched a 24-hour auction on Nifty Gateway with a non-mushroom symbol, or NFT, based on a new song with Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. The digital artwork, designed by artist Oliver Lata, aka Extraig, shows a man’s ring going through two human heads, with Grohl and Jagger’s “Easy Slice” playing in the background.

“The 30-second audiovisual material evokes the surreal essence of breaking through barriers to the human mind and pushing towards the brink of social collapse to provide a moment of much-needed artistic relief as the world slowly emerges from a locked state.” Advertising.

According to NFT’s description of Nifty, the proceeds from the auction will help raise money for independent music venues in the United States and the United Kingdom through local charities, The Music Venue Trust and the National Independent Association of Institutions. Part of the income will go to environmental purposes. At the time of publication, the highest bid was $ 8988, with 12 people bidding on NFT.

Several music artists participated in NFT last year. announced last month that it will launch an NFT platform featuring works by Snoop Dogg, Boy George, Lionel Richie and more. Major foundations also use NFT to raise money for charity – New York Times columnist Kevin Rose auctioned off one of his articles for more than $ 550,000, which was donated to The Needest Cases Fund.

Source: CoinTelegraph