NFT buyer from Exu da Grande Rio receives tax duty

Fabrício Villa Flor de Carvalho, a fan of Grande Rio samba school, had an unforgettable day at Cidade do Samba. The buyer of the legendary NFT (non-fungal tokens) created by IDG – a platform for the promotion and marketing of the NFTs – in partnership with the party, carioca was eligible to acquire digital products as well as records, in this case a natural gift. a piece from the samba school parade in 2022: the original flag used on one of the floats. As a bonus, he even won a meeting with Demerson D’Alvaro, an actor who portrayed Exu, the orixá theme of the plot in the parade of the Carnival champions school in Rio de Janeiro.

The NFT “story” category sells for $ 1,000, approximately R $ 5,000. The memory and experience associated with digital collection served as a way to add more value to the token.

In the first quarter of 2022, the market for fossil fuels reached US $ 12 billion, according to a Dapp Radar report, and the growth of Brazilian cultural elements is increasingly evident.

Grande Rio pursued market reform and launched an unprecedented collection of cards collected in partnership with IDG, a company that already has a portfolio of NFTs targeting the world of sports and entertainment fans. The collection highlights unique cards representing unique events from the Carnival 2022 winner parade in the Rio de Janeiro Special Group.

Carvalho, 47, recounts the purchase process and explains when he received the piece: “JI was already looking at the market for digital assets and realized that the one about Grande Rio’s forward commission would be very useful, considering everything it represented in the parade, how the actor was presented. And it was very unfortunate, I commented with my friend about digital assets and when I got home I went looking for something in that sense, and when I played on the NFT Grande Rio search, this one seemed. I found it something unique and did not think twice, I bought it. I was born and raised in Duque de Caxias, I was born in 1974 in Grande Rio on the day after 1988. My father was practically one of the founders of the school along with the Soares family, so it is a family affair. When I thought of the samba school NFTs, I immediately thought of Grande Rio and when I caught my eye and saw that there was one, being a unique and legendary article, it was something incomprehensible.”.

The participation of the actor who marched in Grande Rio imitating Exu was a surprise to the collector. “For me it is an honor not to die in NFT, just as it was an honor to march through Grande Rio representing Exu and achieve this unprecedented championship for the school. After the parade, the school informed me about this NFT move, I researched more on the topic. I am still a child in this regard, but I am getting more and more information ”, insists Demerson D’Alvaro.

For Sylmara Multini, IDG CEO who was also present at the conference, the purchase of this digital product collection device is an important step towards strengthening NFT culture in Brazil: “We know this market is growing, especially in Brazil, with the creation of NFTs which covers different cultural backgrounds opens the door to the consolidation of this industry. We tried our best to change the culture of the NFTs and immortality this time in Greater Rio was a big step. The NFTs market is global, people are moving away from real estate to digital purchases, and the collection industry is on track.

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The orixá digital token, sold for one thousand dollars, provided the right to the records submitted to the buyer at Cidade do Samba.

Mangueira also enters the world of NFTs

Mangueira announced that Squel Jorgea is stepping down from the post of flag bearer, after shining brightly at eight ceremonies as the main guardian of the school pavilion on the road. And its final participation in the green-and-pink fashion show also did not die in the NFT recently launched by IDG, a platform specializing in digital collection. A member of the verde-e-rosa, granddaughter of Xangô da Mangueira and nephew of Matheus Olivério, a schoolteacher who accompanied him in recent years, Squel says that being the flag bearer of the “beloved school” was a dream come true. girl: “It’s nice to think that the image associated with the final show will not die in NFT”.

The school’s business director, Célia Domingues, says: “Mangueira loves to mix culture with modernity. School NFTs are there to prove it. ” Associated with the NFT that brings the couple Squel and Matheus is a memory that will make any Carnival-loving heart tremble: the flag used by Mangueira in the 1998 championship parade, when Chico Buarque was the subject of a school plot!

“This is our difference: Artistic, memorable NFTs. IDG is honored to deliver this historic piece. We look forward to seeing who will be lucky enough to win the NFT Legends with the flag!” says Sylmara Multini, IDG CEO.


IDG based in California (USA), is an international digital product collection company specializing in the creation of NFTs, Memorabilia and fan experience. The IDG’s mission is to be a world leader in Digital Conventions in the fields of Sports, Music and Art, as well as acting in Events, Entertainment, Tickets and Personal Collections. Our digital ecosystem allows our customers to discover a unique and secure platform, and take them on an exciting journey into the world of digital collection and unique content. The company values ​​the records of its partners and does not benefit from their stories through NFTs with experience and a solid foundation in invention rights. Come join our community of collectors!


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