News from the digital and NFT world – 09 SEPTEMBER 2021
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Misa Art, König Gallery’s new NFT marketplace
The online art market has a new platform based in Berlin and born from the decision of the König Gallery.
The launch of the platform took place on 22 August under the name of Misa.art. and is preparing to revolutionize the Crypto world because one section is entirely dedicated to NFTs.
The market includes several prominent NFT artists and pioneers, including Austrian sculptor Erwin Wurm, digital artists Yard, Auriea Harvey, and Refik Anadol, and crypto pioneers Jonas Lund and Olive Allen, as well as net art icon Ubermorgen.
According to balance sheet figures reported by gallery owner Johann König, the gallery has so far reached a whopping $ 210,000 in sales, including $ 150,000 for a Refik Anadol work and $ 15,000 for a Jon Burgerman work. Two museums, the ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany, and the Francisco Carolinum in Linz, Austria, have acquired an NFT edition by the artist Erwin Wurm.
Collectors and enthusiasts can easily purchase NFTs by paying with cryptocurrencies such as ETH and Bitcoin, which by purchasing with a credit card via a wallet that is automatically created at checkout.