Bugatti And Asprey Reveal The Most Expensive Bitcoin NFT 

    Asprey Studio and Bugatti teamed up with Web3 company Metagood to reveal their new physical “objet” and generative artwork NFT collection on the Bitcoin blockchain!

    In detail, the Asprey Bugatti Egg Royale Edition phygital collab represents the next evolution of a partnership between the two luxury brands. It blends the timeless artistry of the luxury car family with high-end Asprey craftsmanship. 

    Ali Walker, Chief Creative Officer at Asprey Studio, said the following: “We are proud to present the Asprey Bugatti Egg Collection, not only does this push the boundaries on a production level, but the generative art – coded by our strategic partner and Bitcoin experts Metagood – using the equation of the egg shape of the actual sculpture as an NFT in Bitcoin is a new form of expression and art itself. The NFT and the sculpture are linked by this equation.”

    This is the first time these two companies opt to use state-of-the-art technology such as Bitcoin ordinals inscriptions. It’s worth noting that this was a good year for Bitcoin (BTC) as it has risen roughly 70% so far. Significantly, the Bitcoin NFT market is expected to grow to a value of $4.5 billion by 2025 according to Galaxy Research.

    Now, without further ado, let’s discuss the  Asprey Buggatii Egg collection aka the most splashy NFT project on Bitcoin to date!

    The Asprey Bugatti Egg Collection

    How many Eggs are there?

    111 physical eggs linked to Bitcoin NFTs. 

    How much for the Bitcoin-based Asprey Bugatti Eggs?

    According to CCO of Asprey Studio Ali Walker, these eggs won’t come cheap. The prices are as follows:

    • Eggs number 1-100 will be between $20-50k.
    • Eggs number 100-111 will be $200,000 upwards.

    What is the Egg made up of?

    The eggshell of the Royale Edition of the Asprey Bugatti Egg Collection is made from carbon fiber and formed into the perfect egg shape during a long and complex process. 

    Furthermore, a sterling silver diamond weave lattice encases the egg. And it is gently angled downwards to a curved base portraying movement and echoing Asprey’s heritage in jewelry and furniture. Fancy.

    The surface of the Asprey Bugatti Bitcoin-based egg displays a “Dancing Elephant” motif, recreated in perfect detail from one of Rembrandt Bugatti’s original sculptures. It was this work of art that adorned the bonnet of the Bugatti Type 41 Royale, renowned as the most luxurious car ever created.

    Images on the inside of the egg won’t be revealed until post-mint. Basically, the eggshell opens with a complex hinged Asprey diamond door to reveal a scene of the Chateau Saint Jean – the iconic home of Bugatti in Molsheim – in front of which is sterling silver stylized Bugatti Type 41 Royale Esders, removable should the owner wish.

    Release Date of Asprey Bugatti Collab on Bitcoin

    The launch date will coincide with the opening of Asprey Studio Gallery in Mayfair in April 2023. 

    You can redeem the NFT via the smart contract within three-to-five months of the mint date. As for the hand-crafted nature of the egg, it may take up to 12 months to deliver.

    The Creators of The Egg Collection

    Let’s learn some more about the creators behind the Asprey Bugatti Bitcoin egg collection!

    About Asprey

    Founded in England in 1781, Asprey, formerly Asprey & Garrard Limited, has long been considered the pinnacle of luxury. In detail, Asprey caters to the most demanding and prestigious clients in the world (royalty, heads of state, and international connoisseurs) through its unique products.  

    About Bugatti

    Italian-born industrial designer Ettore Bugatti founded the car company in 1909. Automobiles Ettore Bugatti was a German and then French manufacturer of high-performance automobiles. Their luxury cars have a beautiful design and have won many races.


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