A Hollywood actor auctions off his own photo as an NFT

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In order to raise money to help restore sight to individuals in the developing world, Hollywood actor Javier Bardem plans to "give" a close-up shot of his iris using an NFT.


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Over the course of his 30-year career, Bardem has starred in several films and television shows, including Dune, James Bond: Skyfall, and the Oscar-winning No Country for Old Men.



The Eyes of the World Foundation (Ojos del Mundo) will auction off a snapshot of his eye on September 29 with a starting bid of $9,027 (or 9,000 euros). In addition to the digital picture in the form of a non-transferable token (NFT), you will also get a printed copy of the image that has been personally autographed and dedicated by the actor.


The Eyes of the World Foundation is launching a new fundraising drive called the Eyes of the World in the hopes of collecting enough money to finance new "ways of action and/or promote new initiatives in the Saharawi camps, Mozambique, Bolivia, or Mali."


Actor Javier Bardem has released a statement saying he is "I am happy to collaborate with ‘Irises del Mundo’ by donating a photograph of my iris to auction and continue helping the Foundation's collaboration on avoidable blindness."


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While Javier Bardem is the first celebrity to "donate" his iris in favor of the campaign, the company has hinted at future auctions with other stars without disclosing their identities.


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