NEWS FROM THE DIGITAL AND NFT WORLD – 04 JUNE 2021
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1) Sotheby’s is auctioning a rare CryptoPunk NFT
Sotheby’s is auctioning CryptoPunk 7523, NFT also known as “Covid Alien”, belonging to the series called Natively Digital: A Curated NFT Sale. It is a very rare work of Crypto art, because it is the only Alien Punk to wear a mask. Within hours of the announcement of the sale, bids reached $ 320,000. The auction will be held on June 10, and the famous auction house has declared that part of the proceeds will be donated to the Sevens Foundation, a non-profit organization aimed at promoting digital artists.
2) NFT tattoos are born
Thanks to the Crypto revolution, tattoos can now be bought and sold in the form of NFTs. The All Our Best marketplace, together with several tattoo artists headed by Scott Campbell, who in his portfolio boasts tattoos “exposed” on the skin of Robert Downey Jr., Jennifer Aniston and Marc Jacobs, have decided to create a space where tattoo artists can sell their works in digital format. There are currently 6 artists on the platform, but they plan to open up and become a global marketplace!
3) Korbit launches the first NFT platform in South Korea
Cryptocurrency exchange Korbit has launched the first South Korean platform dedicated to the NFT world. Crypto art creators will be able to auction their digital assets directly on the Korbit site, and all transactions will be done using Ethereum. “The local NFT market is still in an early stage compared to the global one, and the Korbit platform will help create synergies between the blockchain ecosystem and various industries, including art, visual media and games,” says Korbit CEO Oh Se. -jin.