This StockX Vault NFT represents and tracks proof of ownership of the actual collectible stored within our StockX Vault, which has been verified via StockX’s authentication process.
La Flame doesn't stop. While concerts were put on hold in early 2020 for safety reasons, Travis Scott took his performance to the digital stage in a Fortnite concert viewed by millions from their homes around the world. As is tradition, Scott released tons of merch around the event, causing a frenzy of fans and collectors alike to happily open their wallets.
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The Fine Print:
- The Vault NFT is not affiliated or associated with, sponsored by, or officially connected to any third-party brand or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates. Any third-party brand name(s), use and trademark(s) used in the Vault NFT are all the property of the applicable third-party brand owner and are used in the Vault NFT solely to refer to the collectible to which the Vault NFT corresponds.
- If the physical item associated with this Vault NFT is redeemed by the owner, it is removed from the StockX Vault and shipped to the owner. StockX will then remove the Vault NFT from the owner's Portfolio and from circulation (i.e., "burn" the Vault NFT). Owners can request to withdraw the physical item from the StockX Vault by filling out the Vault Redemption Form, which can be found here.
- Minted on Ethereum blockchain.