The Jane Seymour ring is being sold off in parts for only $2 each.

The world’s most expensive dinner, valued at $2 million, has been sold.

Last year, we reported that Singapore’s Ce La Vi restaurant and Russian diamond company World of Diamonds Group teamed up offer a $2 million dinner. The experience included two pairs of $17,000 diamond-studded chopsticks and a 2.08-carat Jane Seymour blue diamond ring.

Blue diamonds have fetched over $2 million at auctions.

Now, the $2 million dinner has been sold to cryptocurrency veteran and founder of V Diamonds, Ville Oehman.

Karan Tilani, director of World of Diamonds Group, said “Having received applications from people who value the exclusivity of the ring and the dinner experience, we faced the dilemma of concluding on a single buyer.”

“We embraced Ville Oehman’s concept of opening up the highly exclusive blue diamond market to a fractional ownership model by using blockchain technology”.

However, if you feel like you missed out on the opportunity, fear not. Ville is relaunching the $2 Million Dinner experience, making it accessible to not only the rich and famous.

Separating the ring from the dinner, an ICO (initial coin offering) is being launched. Similar to an IPO, people will be able to invest in the ring.

The Jane Seymour ring will be sold in many parts but will not be physically broken up. Consisting of 1 million parts, each part will cost $2 to $3.

The ring will be sold at an auction or to a single buyer in future, voted by the ring investors online. The proceeds from this sale will be then distributed to the ring owners.
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The ultimate dinner for two will be given away randomly as a prize to one of the ring owners, with the winner being announced in 2018. The dinner will take place in December 2018, in Singapore during a 4-hour flight on a US$30 Million private jet with an 18-course cuisine prepared by Michelin-starred restaurant Jaan.

A luxury yacht cruise and Rolls-Royce journey will transport the winner to the dinner and his/her partner will each dine with a pair of diamond chopsticks, worth $17,000 each.

The winner will also be provided return first-class tickets from anywhere in the world, provided complimentary hospitality at a presidential suite of a 5-star hotel (this will be Swissotel The Stamford (Singapore), which will have its revamped Presidential Suite available in 2018.