This sexy NFT, Mariposa Takes Flight, sold on OpenSea at auction, and is the first in an animated series of anticipated drops celebrating empowered, fierce females set to synth/hip-hop/orchestral driving music.
Albeit offering digital artists and celebrities an opportunity to gain from their work, there have been stories of artists selling off artworks that do not belong to them on various NFT marketplaces, hence begging the question; are NFTs aiding digital art theft?
Earlier this month, the U.S. electric carmaker disclosed in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it had bought $1.5 billion worth of bitcoin for “more flexibility to further diversify and maximize returns on our cash.”
RT’s Boom Bust has talked to Ken Goldin, Founder and Chairman of Goldin Auctions, which trades in sports cards, autographed memorabilia, game used items and some other collectable stuff, to investigate the phenomenon.
Sure, it’s big news for her loyal fans, but it’s also a fascinating story that shows how technology is helping artists – and brands – forge new types of relationships with fans that can create value, or destroy value for others.
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