NEWS FROM THE DIGITAL AND NFT WORLD – 13 APRIL 2021
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1) Kate Moss created NFT videos
The supermodel Kate Moss, in collaboration with the collective of artists “Moments in Time“, has created three different videos that portray her. These will be auctioned as NFTs on the Foundation platform and the proceeds will be donated to Adwoa Aboah’s Gurls Talk charity. The videos will be sold together with an audio certification recorded by Moss itself, which will be useful in demonstrating their authenticity. The buyer will also be revealed by the model’s agency through the publication of a post on social media.
2) Takashi Murakami suspends a sale of NFT works
The Japanese artist Takashi Murakami has decided to suspend the sale of his NFT works on the OpenSea platform in order to conduct more in-depth research on the universe of Crypto Art.
“I sincerely apologize to those who have already submitted their offers, but I hope you will understand the rationale behind this retreat, the purpose of which is to allow you to later enjoy my NFT jobs more conveniently and with the utmost tranquility” said the artist.
3) Urs Fischer’s first NFT sold for $ 98,000
CHAOS # 1 Human is the name of the first NFT work by artist Urs Fischer which on Sunday sold for about $ 98,000 via the Fair Warning application, created by Loïc Gouzer. Proceeds from the sale will be donated to the non-profit organization Oceana for the conservation of the oceans.
This work is part of the CHAOS corpus, a new project that includes 501 individual NFTs.
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