NFT of business card from American Psycho put on auction

“Look at that subtle off-white colour, a tasteful thickness. Oh my god! It even has a watermark!” The cult business card from American Psycho has been turned into an NFT!

American Psycho

Paul Allen’s business card

The NFT is simple: a revolving, digital version of the business card belonging to Paul Allen, one of Patrick Bateman’s partners and competitors. On one side, we see Allen’s details; on the other, there is the blood-stained signature of Bret Easton Ellis, the author of the book that the film is based on.

Unlockable bonuses

The lucky buyer will receive bonuses such as HD files of the NFT and special effects.

In addition, they will receive a first edition signed copy of the book.

Get bidding, you’ve got a week!

The auction has just started on Rarible and lasts until 19th July! The starting bid is 1 ETH, or about £1,800.

It is very likely that other NFTs from the film will follow, for example the famous axe or the transparent k-way jacket that Christian Bale wears. Either way, this shows that the NFT craze is far from over.

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