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OneOf – the “Green NFT” platform built for all music fans, and iHeartMedia have teamed up to create the Official Collectible NFT for the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival. One of the most anticipated events in music every year, the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival is returning to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas this September 17 and 18, with a star-studded lineup, and two nights of non-stop chart-topping hits from the world’s biggest artists.

Backed by music legend Quincy Jones, OneOf is designed specifically for the music community and built on the environmentally sustainable and low transaction-cost blockchain Tezos, which is 2M times more energy efficient than other Proof-of-Work blockchains, the OneOf platform can “mint” an NFT at a cost that is 1/10,000th of competing platforms, allowing artists to offer their NFTs to fans for $5, $1, even FREE, making it truly accessible to all fans of all economic backgrounds or status. 

Starting today, users can visit to claim one FREE randomized iHeartRadio Music Festival “poker chip” NFT daily through September 14 with the goal of collecting a set. Once a set is complete users will be eligible to receive a limited edition 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival digital art NFT by famed NFT artist Cory Van Lew for free and be automatically entered to win a OneOf flyaway experience for two to attend the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on September 17 and 18.

Between August 31 and September 14, fans can go to and claim one FREE poker chip NFT per day, until all 1M tokens are claimed.

Starting September 14, a drop featuring a collection of unique digital artworks by Cory Van Lew, inspired by the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival and OneOf’s ethos of “Artist First”, “For All Fans”, and “Eco-Responsible,” will be made available as limited edition NFTs. Artwork in the higher NFT tiers includes digital autographs from artists performing at the festival, and will be made available to fans by donation. 100% of the proceeds will benefit the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Alliance, and their global partner United Nations Human Rights. Donations on the OneOf platform can be made via credit or debit cards in 150 FIAT currencies powered by

“We are excited about the convergence of live and virtual experiences where more fans get to engage, collect, enjoy and share their fan passion,” saysGayle Troberman, Chief Marketing Officer of iHeartMedia, “That’s why we are teaming up with Oneof, a leader in NFTs, to create the official NFT collectibles for the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival.”  

“Our goal is to make NFTs accessible to the everyday fans, regardless of economic or technical backgrounds,” says Lin Dai, CEO & Co-Founder. “Our technology makes affordable and environmentally friendly NFTs possible for music artists and fans, and we are excited to launch our platform fulfilling that promise to the music fans, with 1 million free NFTs in partnership with iHeart, a powerhouse in music.”

OneOf’s differentiated approach to NFTs has attracted many of the biggest names in music, with highly anticipated NFT drops from Doja Cat slated in early September, and additional drops from major artists in the coming weeks and months, including Whitney Houston, Quincy Jones, H.E.R., The Kid LAROI, TLC, Alesso, G-Eazy, Charlie Puth, Jacob Collier, AURORA, and more. 

Details of OneOf’s platform were first revealed in May 2021. This summer, OneOf was also selected as the preferred NFT partner of the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Alliance, which works with global partner United Nations Human Rights to advocate for urgent action to protect the rights of people around the world suffering from the devastating effects of climate change.

Michael Sandoval

Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography.