Blake Masters, co-author of tech pioneer Peter Thiel’s blockbuster “Zero to One,” and now a Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Arizona, is offering NFTs with a limit of 99 copies.

Why it matters: Masters, 35, told Axios the plan is to attract support “from folks who are less conventional political donors and more founders and builders who want to see new thinking and new energy in our politics.”

What’s happening: Masters is leaning into his Silicon Valley ties with an “Origins NFT” that shows a rotating rendition of the early cover art he used to help persuade Thiel, his former Stanford Law professor, to collaborate on “Zero to One,” published in 2014.