Love Island’s Hannah Elizabeth auctioning 3D scan of her body hidden in NFT


island of love‘s anna elizabeth has become the latest celebrity to adopt cryptocurrencies as she is set to auction several NFTs to celebrate her joining Bekka, the first NFT platform exclusively for content creators.

Four unique images will go on sale on Monday, May 9 at 12:00 p.m. and will be auctioned through the OpenSea platform. Uniquely, each of the four images will also be complete with hidden royalty, providing a deeper insight into Hannah’s life.

One of these ideas is reported to be a 3D body scan of the reality star offering a one-of-a-kind keepsake to the lucky buyer.

Hannah said, “Hey guys! I’m thrilled to finally announce that I’m joining @bekka.co! Together, we created a set of 4 incredibly unique NFTs of me.”



Hannah Elizabeth is due to auction the NFTs on Monday, including one containing a 3D scan of her body.

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“Each of them will contain a unique royalty that will allow you to gain a private insight into my life. One of the NFTs will contain a 3D scan of my BODY!

“The sale will go live on May 9th at 12:00pm on OpenSea so check out the website in my bio and be sure to follow @bekka.co for more information!”

So what makes an NFT different from a regular image?

NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are an unforgeable digital certificate of ownership of a specific image. This means that a particular digital file is unique to that person only and will not be replicated anywhere else.

The response to the new form of cryptocurrency has so far been met with a mixed response from many people, with the general public having doubts about the longevity and meaning of such a product.



Hannah first rose to fame on our screens in Love Island in 2015.
Hannah first rose to fame on our screens in Love Island in 2015.

However, NFTs have garnered a lot of celebrity support in recent months, which would put Hannah in the company of celebrities like Mila Kunis, Gwyneth PaltrowSteve Aoky and Quentin Tarantino to name just a few, who have spoken out in favor of the currency.

Mila herself even held a video conference with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s sister, Randi Zuckerberg, in January this year to talk about her “Stoner Cats” NFT project. A few thousand people tuned in to the broadcast, which has been organized by the women’s cryptocurrency group MyBFF.

Although he supported NFTs, he added a caveat.

“I never want people to go into NFT thinking it’s an investment,” Mila said.



The Love Island star, pictured here with fellow contestant Jon, is the first content creator to officially partner with the NFT platform BEKKA.
Love Island star is the first content creator to partner with NFT platform BEKKA

This is particularly sensible advice, as despite their growing popularity, there is currently no overarching regulatory framework to monitor their use in the UK or US. As they are a type of crypto asset, their regulation is limited only when they overlap with other regulations, for example, if they are issued in the form of a security token or wire transfer.

In most cases, NFTs will not fall into this category, meaning they will not be regulated and protected by the Financial Ombudsman or the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

Mila continued: “Do it because you love it, because you think it’s beautiful, because it gives you joy.”

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