NFT REVIEW NEWS Porsche NFT Program Offers Badge for Racetrack Attendance

For most people, owning a Porsche is a dream come true and the ultimate status symbol. While the ownership of the car is amazing itself, Porsche has added an NFT experience to one of its latest releases. 

The release in question is for the 911 GT3 RS car that will be made available to select customers in the United States only. This limited-edition car is being released as part of a “Tribute to Carrera RS Package” which includes NFT experience. 

Even at first look, this 911 GT3 RS car is quite impressive, featuring a white bezel and green colour and illuminated doorsill guards. Then, making the car even more remarkable is the NFT program attached to its release. Those who buy it will be granted NFTs which act as proof that they have participated in a Porsche initiative and events like racetracks. Besides the digital badge that they will receive, the NFTs will also come with vehicle graphics that offer details of each individual car. 

But getting both the car itself and the NFTs attached to them will not be easy. The car costs $312,550, including a $1,450 processing, handling, and delivery fee and is only available to customers who have an existing 911 GT3 RS allocation through a U.S. Porsche dealership.

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