Malaysian artist Red Hong Yi launches first NFT with her own 'Meme Banknotes'

Doge, the beloved Shiba Inu image that has become one of the most iconic memes, is now featured in contemporary artist Red Hong Yi’s new artwork.

Doge To The Moon is her first non-fungible token (NFT) from her Meme Banknotes Series, which comprises six designs. An NFT is a digital asset (representing real-world objects like art, music, in-​game items and videos), which is steadily making its way into the Malaysian contemporary art scene.

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