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Britain’s Collins Dictionary Declares “NFT” Word Of The Year 2021

It’s hard to believe now, but it was only this March that Beeple sold his original non-fungible token artwork for $69 million, setting off the NFT madness. Collins reported that it’s one of the few words that’s “broken through the COVID noise,” with usage up 11,000%. – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Britain, Words, Collins, NFT, Beeple, Collins Dictionary Declares


How Beeple Is Changing The Relationship Between Artist And Collector

The dynamic nature of Beeple’s art speaks to an emerging paradigm in both art and crypto, where the artist and the buyer are in prolonged conversation—and the transaction is just the start of the deal. – Quartz
Tags: Art, Featured, Ideas, Beeple


Meet the millennial crypto-art entrepreneurs backed by Scooter Braun who want to dominate the 'wild, wild west' of the NFT market

Mark Mastrandrea and Jeff Cole, the founders of IKONICK. Courtesy of IKONICK IKONICK, a canvas-art company, blends pop culture and quotes into high-end art millennials love. Now, it plans to disrupt the NFT space. It dropped its first NFT last month, earning $100,000 in sales. The founders spoke with Insider about tapping into the millennial art buyer and the future of NFTs. See more stories on Insider's business page. "Dreams weigh more than excuses."So says an all-white, bold font sp...
Tags: Art, Instagram, Small Business, Entertainment, Investments, Boston, Disney, Trends, Markets, Economy, Millennials, Nba, Adweek, Gary Vaynerchuk, Christie, NFT


Meet the millennial crypto-art entrepreneurs backed by Gary Vaynerchuk who want to dominate the 'wild, wild west' of the NFT market

Mark Mastrandrea and Jeff Cole, the founders of IKONICK. Courtesy of IKONICK IKONICK, a canvas-art company, blends pop culture and quotes into high-end art millennials love. Now, it plans to disrupt the NFT space. It dropped its first NFT last month, earning $100,000 in sales. The founders spoke with Insider about tapping into the millennial art buyer and the future of NFTs. See more stories on Insider's business page. "Dreams weigh more than excuses."So says an all-white, bold font sp...
Tags: Art, Instagram, Small Business, Entertainment, Investments, Boston, Disney, Trends, Markets, Economy, Millennials, Nba, Adweek, Gary Vaynerchuk, Christie, NFT


How NFTs could change global business models beyond the art industry

Grimes' Battle of the WarNymphs NFT on Nifty Gateway. Nifty Gateway NFTs are tokenized versions of unique assets like works of art that can be traded on a blockchain. They create opportunities for business models that didn't exist before, like artist stipulations. Future NFT developments could transform markets like property, vehicles, and land ownership. See more stories on Insider's business page. Sotheby's has become the latest establishment name in art to dive into NF...
Tags: Amazon, Art, Opinion, US, Trends, Strategy, Bitcoin, Gartner, Grimes, Blockchain, Gamestop, Nordic, Christie, Pak, NFT, Sotheby


A NYC gallery just became the first to display crypto art physically - see how it works

Alex Schaefer's Chase Burning that will be displayed at the Superchief Gallery NFT. Alex Schaefer/Superchief Gallery Superchief Gallery opened "world's first physical NFT gallery space" in New York City. From March 25 through May 25, the gallery will feature 300 artists and NFT drops. The art is displayed on high-resolution screens that can then be displayed in a collector's home. See more stories on Insider's business page. Superchief Gallery opened what it calls the "worl...
Tags: Art, News, La, New York City, Trends, Tech, Miami, Christie, NFT, Sotheby, Los Angeles New York, Beeple, Mike Winkelmann, NFTS, Tech Insider, Alex Schaefer


We talked to crypto-art investors to figure out what's driving people to spend millions on NFTs, despite no guarantee their value will increase

Business Ins NFTs have generated billions of dollars and one NFT sold for nearly $70 million. Many people question whether the digital assets will maintain their value over time. Some investors compare the NFT boom to the dawn of the internet. See more stories on Insider's business page. In the past month, people have spent over $1 billion on digital assets, according to data from CryptoSlam.Crypto art has been around for over half a decade, but for many people outside of the crypto w...
Tags: Art, Music, News, Entertainment, US, Trends, Investing, Music Industry, Bitcoin, Mark Cuban, Nba, Miami, Grimes, Cryptocurrencies, Musk, Gary Vaynerchuk


Here's what happens to digital artwork - like the $69 million Beeple collage - if the site it's bought from goes offline

"Tom Hanks Beating the Shit Out of Coronavirus," by Mike Winkelmann, otherwise known as "Beeple." Beeple A piece of digital artwork tied to an NFT sold for just shy of $70 million last week. But what happens to that digital artwork if the servers hosting it go offline? Does it lose value? Due to the nature of NFT-based tech, the answer is largely no - but there are some technical issues. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. In a record-setting sale hosted by Christie'...
Tags: Art, Trends, Tom Hanks, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Blockchain, Christie, NFT, Winkelmann, Digital Art, Ben Gilbert, Beeple, Mike Winkelmann, NFTS, Tech Insider, Non Fungible Tokens


"'It will one day be worth $1 billion'... Many people really, really wanted the Beeple sale to succeed. In fact, the high price [$69.3 million] smacked of market manipulation."

"NFTs rely on blockchain, a database technology based on decentralized, collective control of blocks of data that have been chained together in a way that makes the data immutable. Metapurse — the company founded and financed by Metakovan, the buyer of 'Everydays' — says it 'identifies early-stage projects across blockchain infrastructure, finance, art, unique collectibles, and virtual estate.' According to the Art Newspaper, Metapurse 'is also a production studio for NFTs and a major funder of ...
Tags: Art, Law, Singapore, Blogging, Commerce, Titian, Ann Althouse, Beeple, Sebastian Smee, Conceptual Art, Justin Sun, Metakovan, Art Newspaper Metapurse, Yawn Beeple, Raphael But


What are Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)? And How Can a Work of Digital Art Sell for $69 Million

Value in the art world depends on manufactured desire for objects that serve no purpose and have no intrinsic meaning outside of the stories that surround them, which is why it can be easy to fool others with fraudulent copies. Collectors and experts are often eager to believe a well-told tale of special provenance. As Orson Welles says in F is for Fake, “Lots of oysters, only a few pearls. Rarity. The chief cause and encouragement of fakery and phoniness.” “Concepts of fakery and origin...
Tags: Google, Art, Instagram, College, Orson Welles, Economics, Bbc, Hawaii, Warhol, Wu Tang, The New York Times, Donald Trump, Lindsay Lohan, South Carolina, Monet, Martin Shkreli


"The artist Mike Winkelmann, also known as Beeple, has just sold an NFT at a record-breaking $69.3 million, the third-highest price achieved by a living artist."

"The sale, at Christie’s, for the purely digital work was the strongest indication yet that NFTs, or 'nonfungible tokens,' have taken the art market by storm, making the leap from specialist websites to premier auction houses. Beeple, a newcomer to the fine-art world who first heard about NFTs five months ago, is the most high-profile artist to profit off the huge boom in sales of these much hyped but poorly understood commodities. If you’ve heard about them and want to know what the fuss is ab...
Tags: Art, Law, Computers, Christie, NFT, Ann Althouse, Beeple, Mike Winkelmann


A piece of NFT art just auctioned for a record-breaking $69 million. NFT artists making millions say the craze could permanently change the art world

Part of "The​ Bitcoin Angel" from Trevor Jones. Trevor Jones NFTs have been shaking up the art world, and auction house Christie's has already found success pivoting. NFT artist Trevor Jones says traditional art markets could become obsolete in the face of NFTs. Mike Winkelmann of Beeple says galleries will end up pivoting to cater to this emerging market. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. NFT art has suddenly dominated headlines across the world, and it's imp...
Tags: Art, Trends, Tom Hanks, Italy, Nba, Grimes, Jones, Christie, NFT, Felt, Christies, Trevor Jones, Winkelmann, Beeple, Mike Winkelmann, Tech Insider


This digital art just sold for nearly $70 million - the highest crypto-art sale to date

Beeple's piece sells on Christie's site. Christie's Beeple's latest art ranks among some of the most expensive pieces sold by living artists. The price for the digital art piece jumped from $15 million to $60 million in under an hour. It was the first NFT to be sold by a historic auction house. See more stories on Insider's business page. Digital artist Mike Winkelmann - known online as Beeple - has smashed crypto-art records yet again with a nearly $70 million sale. On...
Tags: Art, News, Media, Digital, Trends, Investing, Nike, Nba, Miami, Grimes, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Christie, NFT, Noah Davis, Winkelmann


This digital art just sold for nearly $70 million - the highest crypto-art sale in history

Beeple's piece sells on Christie's site. Christie's Beeple's latest art ranks among some of the most expensive pieces sold by living artists. The price for the digital art piece jumped from $15 million to nearly $70 million in under an hour. It was the first NFT to be sold by a historic auction house. See more stories on Insider's business page. Digital artist Mike Winkelmann - known online as Beeple - has smashed crypto-art records yet again with a nearly $70 million s...
Tags: Art, News, Media, Digital, Trends, Investing, Nike, Nba, Miami, Grimes, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Christie, NFT, Noah Davis, Winkelmann


NFT artists who are making millions on their creations say the craze could permanently change the traditional art world

Part of "The​ Bitcoin Angel" from Trevor Jones. Trevor Jones NFTs have been shaking up the art world, and traditionalists like Christie's have already pivoted. NFT artist Trevor Jones says traditional art markets could become obsolete in the face of NFTs. Mike Winkelmann of Beeple says galleries will end up pivoting to cater to this emerging market. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. NFT art has suddenly dominated headlines across the world, and it's impact on the "tra...
Tags: Art, Trends, Tom Hanks, Italy, Nba, Grimes, Jones, Christie, NFT, Felt, Christies, Trevor Jones, Winkelmann, Beeple, Mike Winkelmann, Tech Insider


Covid triggers crypto collectables boom

These one-of-a-kind digital collector’s items are being sold for unprecedented prices The post Covid triggers crypto collectables boom appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Art, Business, Instagram, Bitcoin, Nba, Pokemon, Lebron James, Donald Trump, Ethereum, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Beeple, Top Six, Cryptokitties, Dapper Labs, COVID-19






The Unstoppable Beeple with the Everydays Series

The Unstoppable Beeple with the Everydays Series AoiroStudio Feb 16, 2018 We are not shy to admit how much we love Beeple's work on ABDZ. We just can't help to appreciate his insane creativity and perseverance at making new work every single day for as long as we can remember. This might be his 4th or 5th feature on ABDZ and we won't be stopping there. If you don't know who is Beeple, he is an artist based in Charleston, SC USA and focusing in Digital ...
Tags: Design, Beeple, Charleston SC USA



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