A former Love Island contestant is the latest celebrity to be involved in NFTs and is set to auction off several images, including one which is a 3D body scan.
Hannah Elizabeth, who was coupled up with Towie star Jon Clark and were Love Island’s 2015 runner-up couple, announced she would be auctioning NFTs to celebrate joining Bekka, an exclusive NFT platform for content creators.
The non-fungible tokens are digital assets representing real-world objects (like art pieces) that can be bought and sold online, mainly through trading with cryptocurrency.
Hannah’s four unique images are set to go on sale tomorrow, and will each come with ‘a unique royalty’ with ‘a private insight’ of her life.
Announcing the news on Instagram, the Playboy Bunny wrote: ‘Hey guys! I am thrilled to finally announce joining @bekka.co! Together, we created a set of 4 incredibly exclusive NFTs of me.
‘Each of them will contain a unique royalty which will allow you to get a private insight into my life.
‘One of the NFTs will contain a 3D scan of my BODY!’
Hannah joins other celebrities taking a step into the NFT world, including the infamous Tinder Swindler, who gained fame through a Netflix documentary exposing him as a conman.
Shimon Hayut, who posed as billionaire Simon Leviev and swindled thousands of pounds from women around the world, has insisted he is not a ‘fraud’ and now wants to make his own money off the allegations and rumours spreading about him.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, Hayut’s talent manager Gina Rodriquez said: ‘Everyone has been stealing his photos on the internet and in the media – including Netflix who used his images without permission.
‘Simon decided to take control of his photos with his own NFT collection.’
In a bid to prove his authenticity and fight his innocence, Hayut was selling his first NFT collection ‘Peter Hurt’ for $403.68.
It showed an image of his security guard Peter in the ambulance – a memorable scene from the documentary when Hayut is claiming ‘his enemies are after’ him and his security guard is caught in the crossfire.
Other celebrities joining the NFT world include Emily Ratajkowski, Kate Moss and Paris Hilton.