Woman Sells ‘Digital Love’ for $250k, Promises to Go on Date With Buyer

Woman Sells ‘Digital Love’ for $250k, Promises to Go on Date With Buyer

  • A Polish woman named Marti Renti has sold off her 'love' in the form of a digital currency known as an NFT
  • Renti describes the $250k transaction as no different to the transactional relationships that already exist today and has promised to go on a date with her buyer
  • The social media influencer is hoping to sell off other 'digital emotions' in the near future

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Marta Rentel of Poland, who goes by the online name of Marti Renti, is the world's first-ever person to sell 'love' in the form of digital currency.

The 26-year-old social media influencer made the groundbreaking $250k transaction using a non-fungible token (NFT).

Marta Rentel, Digital love, NFT transaction, R3.6 million
Marta Rentel sold her 'digital love' for a whopping R3.6 million. Images: @martirentel/Instagram
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An NFT is a virtual certificate that is recognised in the digital world.

Explaining the unique situation, Marta says it was the love of her online alias that was sold, not her own. The social media mogul has made it her mission to keep her work and private life separate and says she feels empowered by the new-age business deal, News 24 reports.

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“I always wanted to do something innovative. Something that would be described in history books. I can almost see my face there,”
“Selling digital love is empowering for women because we can love without compromising our freedom and individuality,” she explained.

Marta compared the experience to more common transactional relationships we see today and suggests it's no different to any other woman getting into a romantic relationship for financial security, Insider reports.

"Digital love is transactional, but so is marrying a man just because he is wealthy and stable, right?"

Marta also shared that she plans on selling off emotions in the near future. It's also expected that she'll be heading out on a dinner date with the currently unknown buyer, once the transaction is complete.

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From girlfriend allowance to wife allowance; mixed reactions

In some other relationship news, it was previously reported that a local woman posted an image on social media showing a bank SMS with the reference 'Wife allowance' According to the SMS in the post, someone out there gets a hefty R15k in just one transaction.

Heading online, the woman shared the post, which caused quite the debate online.

"From girlfriend allowance to wife allowance," she captioned the post along with a blushing face emoji.

Tweeps were left with lots of questions after seeing the post. While some social media users threw a little shade, others really wanted a generous man like this of their own.

Check out some of the interesting comments below:

@Tah_Ayas said:

"Wena you had like nothing ?R566.95? only ai ngekephela."

@Gimik34232886 said:

"That time you know it's for you to buy furniture."

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@Chopa016 said:

"Rena ka di husband allowance."

@Glamourosity said:

"Where do y'all find these men?"

@its__kazi said:

"I've felt like sending this to my man just to tease him."

@LeboLebo___ said:

"Can we share that man?"

@ThabangKgari2 said:

"Ai this wife can't use money. O mofa R15k every month o shala ka 5klipa nie man."

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