KFC BuckETH: an NFT that comes with a year’s supply of chicken

KFC India is entering the crypto space by dropping KFC BuckETH, the quick service restaurant chain’s own non-fungible token (NFT) collection. The NFT, curated from entries by artists across the country, is up for grabs in a social media contest. The contest winner will also receive a one-year supply of KFC, according to the company.

The NFT was dropped earlier today during an Instagram Live hosted by Danish comedian, writer and actor Sait and influencer Sharan Hegde.

KFC has partnered with Blink Digital to mint KFC BuckETH on the Etereum blockchain and host it on OpenSea. The artwork is billed as an ‘ode to the diverse melting pot culture that is India’ and was minted to celebrate the fast food chain’s milestone of reaching 600 restaurants in 150 cities around the world. country.

“The Bucket is as iconic to KFC as the signature taste of our chicken. The Bucket is a testament to the brand’s heritage and has been an integral part of many celebratory moments for our customers. We’re excited to usher in the Bucket in a new way, into the new era digital world, with our first NFT – KFC BuckETH – curated from dynamic designs by budding artists. The KFC BuckETH offers KFC fans an opportunity to connect with the brand in the most unique way,” a KFC spokesperson said in a press release.

In order to enter the contest for the NFT, you will first need to visit the official KFC India Instagram account @kfcindia_official and screenshot the “Ultimate Chicken Lover Checklist” which will be available in the stories of the account . Then you need to fill the checklist with GIFs, images or text and post it to your Instagram story while tagging KFC. The restaurant chain will select a winner who will become the owner of the KFC BuckETH NFT and KFC Supply of the Year.

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