|A super luxury dining experience, served with a blue diamond ring, was sold to Ville Oehman, a cryptocurrency expert and founder of jewellery brand V Diamonds.|
Later this year, Oehman is going to launch an initial coin offering (ICO) – a concept similar to initial public offering – to sell the diamond ring. In other words Oehman is giving away the experience (without the ring) to one of those with a stake in the ICO.
|A meal at Singapore’s Ce La Vi restaurant has been dubbed as the most expensive in the world – a whopping $2 million. For that money the personalized, diamond studded chopsticks worth $17,000 per pair are yours to keep.|
The gold-plated chopsticks are set with 4-carat round diamonds. But there's more. The buyer will get luxury rides – including a helicopter and cruise – leading them to the dining venue at Marina Bay Sands Hotel and a 2-carat blue diamond ring in rose-gold at the end of the meal.
|To make it a truly personalized experience, even the furniture will be custom-made, and to finish the night with a bang, fireworks will accompany a Louis XIII de Rémy Martin cognac when the ring is presented.|
Very naturally Ce La Vi will be closed to the unwashed peons and the lucky couple will be dining in complete, well heeled, privacy.