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Quavo Chills on Yacht as He Partners With Bitcoin Latinum to Launch NFT Cyber Yachts

There’s hardly a week that goes by without bringing up NFTs. A lot of celebrities have jumped on that bandwagon, and Quavo is one of the latest. The rapper recently enjoyed himself on a yacht and decided to bring superyachts into the NFT world, alongside Bitcoin Latinum.
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Rapper Quavo, of the world-renowned group Migos, is known for his passion for everything with an engine, and that doesn’t stop with cars. The rapper also enjoys yachts, and he showed that several times.

Most recently, his Instagram account shows a set of pictures of him enjoying himself on board a yacht, talking about “claiming” what you want. The rapper didn’t disclose the name of the vessel, but he looked very comfortable.

Actually, comfortable enough to get a business idea. The rapper partnered up with Bitcoin Latinum, which claims to be “the next generation, insured asset-backed cryptocurrency.” The rapper and the company plan to launch Cyber Yachts NFTs through Unico, which recently launched an NFT marketplace called UnicoNFT. There will be thousands of digital artworks there and Quavo’s upcoming new collection of Cyber Yachts.

The collection will feature 888 extraordinary superyachts, and they will be available for sale in Bitcoin and Bitcoin Latinum. But the good part is that, if you invest in cyber yacht NFTs, you will be able to receive experiential bonuses, which will include access to Miami parties on real-life yachts and more.

These last couple of years have seen a boom in the NFT business. Just late last year, a metaverse mega yacht sold for the astounding sum of $650,000. And Quavo isn’t the only Migos member to have a part in the digital world, because fellow rapper Takeoff also launched his platform, Apes in Space, and plans to take one lucky NFT owner to the moon. On his side, Quavo will be taking them on water. One could wonder where the third Migos member, Offset, wants to go.





 
 
 
 
 

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