With how rapidly technology has evolved through the years, many have taken advantage of the innovations to continue revolutionizing the digital space. Cryptocurrency has been one of the most impactful creations in the digital era. This year, non-fungible tokens finally gained the recognition it long deserved.
Non-fungible tokens or NFTs have been coming in various forms (digital art, video clips, social media posts, music) to give crypto enthusiasts and art lovers something exciting to look forward to with a number of benefits from each project. Despite the many different NFTs in the digital space, the majority of the projects that have spawned typically use the digital art medium with animal themes. However, there have been a few exceptions, including the upcoming Geisha Tea House NFT project.
Founded by Regal Star, Akil Wade, and Lukas Novotny, the Geisha Tea House NFT is a project that pays tribute to geishas, female professional entertainers for men in Japan. Despite their ravishing looks that other cultures could misinterpret as flirtatious, geishas are neither courtesans or prostitutes. Rather, they perform in establishments where well-to-do gentlemen meet for business and leisures like banquets and tea houses.
While geishas are renowned for their entertainment qualities, they also play an integral role behind the scenes, acting as sources of information. Working in such events, geishas obtain important pieces of information by overhearing their hosts’ conversations during the performances. With the value in their performance and information, geishas are patronized by the wealthiest businessmen and most influential politicians.
The Geisha Tea House is a project that brings geishas to the digital world through the two-dimensional digital art medium. The brand brings more than 400 years of tradition to the NFT community, bringing a unique story that helps set it apart from other projects.
The NFT project takes holders to Kyoto, Japan, in the year 2049, where an all-destroying cyber attack hit the world, claiming digital life and people’s income and their security. Accompanying the cyber takedown was a worldwide cyborg extremists attack that erased humanity. Although the attack wiped out millions, a handful of people survived, including the cyborg geisha Mineka, who is accompanied by a handful of young Maiko from the well-hidden and fortified Akirelu Okiya.
The geisha’s fertility has allowed them to thrive from 5 to 10,000 in one year, and they have been resting at the Sukiya Tea Room in the Metaverse Hanamachi district known as The Geisha Tea House. While the club is private, visitors can mingle with like-minded individuals, conduct business, and change the world during lavish banquets.
Prospective holders can register and purchase up to seven Geishas for 0.0777 ETH during the private sale, while everyone else can get them at 0.0888 ETH once The Geisha Tea House during the public sale date. Holders will be given an access card to the developer’s launchpad, securing their whitelist spot for the latest NFT projects in the digital space.
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