Artist blew up Lamborghini supercar in protest

Artist blew up Lamborghini supercar in protest

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Details of the blown up Lamborghini Huracan will be turned into NFT tokens. Most of them will be sold at auction.

An American artist with the pseudonym Shl0ms decided to blow up an expensive Lamborghini Huracan supercar. He called the performance a protest against the quick enrichment of cryptocurrency owners. The video of the explosion was posted on the artist’s Twitter page.

A Lamborghini Huracan was blown up in one of the American deserts, and the location is kept secret. To do this, they invited an explosives specialist, and the preparation with trial explosions of other cars took two weeks.

It is known that the supercar was bought used and with high mileage. Huracan was chosen because Shl0ms hates Lamborghini and calls them the epitome of quick money for those who work with cryptocurrencies. He considers cryptocurrencies themselves promising, but at the same time emphasizes that they are used in dark deeds.

After the explosion, the artist’s team collected the wreckage of the supercar. They are used to create 999 NFT tokens, of which 888 will be auctioned on February 25, and 111 will remain with Shl0ms himself, his team and the performance investor.

The artist will use the proceeds to create a non-profit decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) run by “ethically-minded” people.

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