Ediciones Deusto, a member of the Grupo Planeta publishing group, has published the NFT collection, which is limited to 99 copies, on the publishing platform of the Frankfurt-based NFT specialists from Creatokia.
Each of the 99 Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) offered for sale is a unique digital item. It includes a unique cover art, exclusive access to the online version of the book and participation in a presentation by the author.
Since the NFTs are minted on the blockchain and linked to a smart contract, buyers have a unique and verifiable proof of ownership with the NFT.
The NFT sale was officially launched on November 14th at: https://www.creatokia.com/en/page/deusto/juan-ramon-rallo/anti-marx
Creatokia was launched in 2021 by Bookwire, one of the leading international digital publishing technology companies, with the aim of providing publishers and authors with new ways to publish and market digital content.
Since then, Creatokia has become one of the most relevant publishing platforms where publishers, self-publishers and creative professionals can quickly and easily publish their works (e-books, texts, audio files, etc) digitally as limited special editions. As a Digital Original or minted as an NFT on the blockchain.
For readers, collectors and NFT enthusiasts, Creatokia is also the place to go to buy, trade and show unique digital collectibles.
Juan Ramón Rallo holds a PhD in Economics. He is Dean of the Undergraduate School at the Universidad de las Hespérides and professor at the Universidad Francisco Marroquín and IE University.
Ediciones Deusto is an imprint of Grupo Planeta that specializes in books on economics, finance, politics, sociology, science and current affairs.
Its catalog includes works by leading Spanish and foreign essay writers, such as Nobel Prize winners Milton Friedman, Angus Deaton, Ben Bernanke, Robert Shiller, Richard Thaler, George Akerlof, David Card or William Nordhaus, essayists Jonathan Haidt, Michael Lewis, Yanis Varoufakis, Thomas Piketty, Francis Fukuyama, Thomas Sowell, Daron Acemoglu, Oliver Blanchard, Ray Dalio, Adam Grant, Eric Ries, Mauro Guillén, Nourel Roubini or Johan Norberg.