Jubilaeum Collection NFT

Decima Regio Trust, owner of the mantle and stole worn by Pope John Paul II for the opening of the Holy Door during the Great Jubilee of 2000, and holder of its digital rights, has created the Jubilaeum 2000 Collectibles NFT, consisting of 12,000 unique pieces.


The Jubilaeum MM Collectibles collection represents the original digital work derived from the Jubilee Mantle and Stole of Pope John Paul II, specifically the Mantle and Stole used for the opening celebration of the Great Jubilee of 2000.

Jubilaeum MM Collectibles NFT consists of 12,000 unique pieces plus one (NFT#0), which was donated to Pope Francis and represents all the doors and therefore all of humanity.

Each NFT represents the door to the Kingdom of Heaven of each individual and the image contains a message for humanity ("access to the Kingdom of Heaven inevitably involves suffering").

NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are unique digital tokens that represent ownership of a work of art, a virtual object or anything else that can be represented in digital format. They are created using blockchain technology, which ensures that each NFT is unique and non-interchangeable. NFTs have become popular as a means of buying and selling digital art, but are also used to represent other types of digital assets, such as tweets, videos, and games.

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You can book the NFT of the Jubilee mantle, which has an invaluable value of €24,000,000 for the number #00000.

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Decima Regio Trust is the sole owner of the digital rights connected to the ownership of the Jubilee mantle of His Holiness Pope John Paul II and therefore the only authorized entity to issue related NFTs.   

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Xiao Wunan presents the digital mantle of John Paul II from the Jubilee of 2000 as a gift accompanied by a letter.

The Chinese gift is the #00000 piece of the "Pope John Paul II Jubilee Mantle NFT" collection, consisting of 12,000 digital pieces depicting the mantle worn by St. John Paul II at the opening of the Jubilee of 2000, created by X Regio, a historic tailoring house that dressed, for many years, not only John Paul II but also Benedict XVI, and many cardinals and prelates. NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are 'cryptographic tokens', the new frontier of blockchain technology and online intellectual property, which certify the digital rarity of an asset, in this case associated with a work of art. A 'virtual' value of €24 million is attributed to the work of St. John Paul II's mantle.

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