The first 'NFT restaurant' will run you as much as $14,000 for an exclusive VIP membership - but you'll have to bring your wallet to pay the tab
7 days ago - By Business Insider
Fish on display on Flyfish Club's website. Flyfish Club
Flyfish Club is selling memberships through NFTs ahead of its launch in 2023, Fortune magazine reported.
An "omakase" premium membership costs 4.25 ether, or about $13,930 as of Friday.
The crypto project at the upcoming NYC restaurant has raised $14 million through the sale of nearly 1,500 tokens.
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