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Beeple’s NFT digital art nets $69m at Christie’s auction

Beeple’s NFT digital art nets $69m at Christie’s auction

A collection of digital artwork by the artist Beeple has just been sold by Christie’s auction house for a staggering $69 million. The sale has now made Beeple, also known as Mike Winkelmann, one of the three most valuable living artists in the world. Winkelmann creates a new piece of digital art every day, and was selling the first 5,000 days (13 years) of his work in the auction.

Fareem
Fareem
Bernhard Scholtz
Bernhard Scholtz 0 months

Without looking into what the guy specifically drew, was some of it at least furry smut? Cuz for some f’ed up reason there’s a lucrative market for it.

scientist
scientist 0 months

Wonder what they'll market as currency next.

James
James 0 months

Stupidity knows no boundaries.

Fareem
Fareem 0 months

cartels love this!

Darknimbus3
Darknimbus3 0 months

Someone has waaayyy too much money for their own good on their hands.....

SMT SHT
SMT SHT 0 months

The buyer has done this before. Making insane profits each time. Buying the art and splitting it up into 1000s of pieces (smaller nfts) and selling them off.

Phil Scott
Phil Scott 0 months

It's not money laundering, honest.

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