MS Token ‘Moon Man’ NFT Sells for $20,000 At NFT Basel Charity Auction

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / December 27, 2021 / Millennium Fine Art, Inc. (MFAI),

On December 3, 2021 a Millennium Sapphire Studio ‘Moon Man’ NFT was sold at the inaugural NFT Basel charity auction in Miami for $20,000 to a fortunate bidder. NFT Basel was envisioned as an event to showcase the most cutting edge artform today, NFTs, and raise funds for social endeavors.

The event was hosted by Far Away Project’s (Far Away), a 501 (c) (3). Far Away is a nonprofit fiscal sponsorship organization that supports global social impact programs and grassroots efforts around the world. The goal of Far Away is to empower social entrepreneurs and project leaders with the means to transform their communities. Projects are selected for fiscal sponsorship based on their alignment with the UN Special Development Goals (SDGs).

The recipient of the $20,000 is Ocean Defenders. Ocean Defenders are an ocean literacy and environmental news platform, packaged in an animated series for children. The comic strips Ocean Defenders produces represent real life ocean conservationists, watersports athletes and icons tackling real ecological issues. Inspired by the emerging SOLARPUNK genre, Ocean Defender’s provides a synergistic societal vision where we can all be conscious ocean action heroes in our own way, connected to a thriving and healthy ocean ecosystem.

Millennium Sapphire Studio, the NFT production house of MS Token, created the ‘Moon Man’ NFT as part of a series of NFTs inspired by the carvings on the Millennium Sapphire. The Millennium Sapphire is the world’s largest carved sapphire with 134 carvings representing highpoints of human achievement. Ownership of the Millennium Sapphire and Millennium Sapphire Studio’s have been tokenized on the blockchain through the security token, MS Token. MS Token is a fine art business dedicated to providing the public with the possibility to fractionally own the world’s greatest works of art and gain access to its cutting edge NFT studio.

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About Millennium Fine Art Inc., and MS Token LLC

With a treasure trove of exclusive content to draw upon, MS Token, the owner of the Millennium Sapphire,, has assembled a team of industry leaders to create a powerful NFT production studio, leveraging the content carved on the sapphire. Carved on the Millennium Sapphire are 134 scenes, representing the high points in human civilization over the past 5,000 years.. These carvings form the inspiration of MS Token’s NFT productions.

The Millennium Sapphire is widely considered iconic in the world of art and gems. It was designated as, “The World’s Largest Carved Sapphire” by Guinness World Records in 2001, and is one of the most documented gemstones in modern times. Since its discovery in Madagascar in 1995, this remarkable blue gem has appeared on CNN, BBC, NBC, FOX and numerous other television networks around the world. It has been written about in virtually every major newspaper and has been the subject of articles published in dozens of magazines, including Forbes, WSJ and others. The MS was showcased at an Academy Awards event in 2002 and in Seattle in 2004 as part of the festivities surrounding the launch of Princess Cruise Line’s newest ship, The Sapphire Princess.

MS Token pursues a strategy of partnering with leading digital artists and studios to develop unique NFTs. This strategy allows the company to have an ongoing flow of fresh content drawing inspiration from the original carvings on the sapphire. From carvings of some of history’s most infamous people to landmarks, such as the Pyramids and the historic Sputnik launch, the Millennium Sapphire will be developed into NFTs over time. The content produced will form the basis of the collaborations with world-famous digital artists and their interpretations via NFT animations to bring these pieces to life.

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