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Non-fungible Digital Artwork Sale Shatters Records, ‘Picasso’s Bull’ NFT Sells for $55K

During the first week of July, news.Bitcoin.com reported on the growing sales of non-fungible token artwork being sold on marketplaces like Opensea, Nifty Gateway, and Makerplace. Just recently, the NFT market Nifty Gateway broke records selling a piece of digital artwork created by the artist Trevor Jones for $55,555. Non-fungible tokens (NFT) and digital artwork […]

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‘Wonder Woman’ Illustrator and British Artist Terry Flaxton to Sell Ethereum-Backed Art

The non-fungible token (NFT) and blockchain-backed collectible economy continue to see demand and the digital art market Makerplace has seen enormous growth recently. A number of well known artists have started to participate, as work from the acclaimed comic book illustrator Jose Delbo and 4K video art from Terry Flaxton will be sold on the […]

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Cuseum debuts Museum From Home AR experience for closed art galleries

Museums that have been closed or significantly limited in operations by the coronavirus pandemic now have a way to bring art directly into members’ homes.