Sylvester Stallone to launch PlanetSly NFT collection of nearly 1,000 digital art pieces

Sylvester Stallone, NFT, PlanetSly

Sylvester Stallone is joining many of his fellow celebrities by selling off a series on NFTs. Dubbed the PlanetSly NFT collection, the series consists of 9,997 digital art pieces inspired by his life and career. Unlike some NFT projects, Stallone’s PlanetSly NFTs will include exclusive and varying perks that come as a bonus to the buyer. For example, some NFTs will include a dinner, virtual movie screening, exclusive events, and more.

The PlanetSly NFT initiative launches in April and will include both blockchain-based and IRL offerings. According to Deadline, PlaneySly is curated by Stallone and is a place for fans, collectors, and NFT enthusiasts. Stallone was directly involved in the creative process, with the art focusing on his storied career and achievements. The project was created by, a venture owned by Stallone and entrepreneur Bill Zanker.

The NFTs are called SLYguys. In order to get in on the invitation-only pre-sale, NFT collectors and Stallone fans must show their “SLYLove.” This can be achieved by posting videos on TikTok, Instagram, or other social media outlets. Videos can include impressions, art, performance, or any other item surrounding Stallone fandome. You can even create a confessional about how Stallone changed your life. 9,997 SLYguys will debut on the Ethereum blockchain. Stallone will autograph 25 of the rarest NFTs.

For more information about how you can attend the Ultimate Stallone Experience, and be included in a dinner and afterparty set in Miami, be sure to visit What do you think about Sylvester Stallone getting into the ring with NFTs? Are you excited to purchase a unique SLYguy for the chance to have dinner with the man himself? These are wild times we live in, and you never know what celebrities will get up to next when money is to be made.

Source: Deadline

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Born and raised in New York, then immigrated to Canada, Steve Seigh has been a editor, columnist, and critic since 2012. He started with Ink & Pixel, a column celebrating the magic and evolution of animation, before launching the companion YouTube series Animation Movies Revisited. He's also the host of the Talking Comics Podcast, a personality-driven audio show focusing on comic books, film, music, and more. You'll rarely catch him without headphones on his head and pancakes on his breath.