- A popular artist Trevor Jones’ iconic ‘Satoshi’ NFT artwork by has been purchased by the Museum of CryptoArt.
- However, the NFT artwork named ‘The Architect – Satoshi Nakamoto’ was purchased for 27.5 ETH that is equivalent to $6,400.
- Moreover, the partnership will turn into a vital piece of The Museum of CryptoArt’s rare digital art collection.
Recently, a popular artist Trevor Jones’ iconic ‘Satoshi’ NFT artwork has been purchased by the Museum of CryptoArt. However, the NFT artwork named ‘The Architect – Satoshi Nakamoto’ purchased for 27.5 ETH that is equivalent to $6,400.
The Partnership Will Become An Integral Part Of The Museum of CryptoArt
Jones shared this moment on Twitter. By adding the Museum of CryptoArt has also commissioned a large oil painting, NFT animation along with creative process video.
?? @MuseumofCrypto just purchased the iconic 'Satoshi' #NFT for an historic 27.5 #ETH/$6,400 which is more than the sale of the original artwork. They've also commissioned a large oil painting, NFT animation & creative process video. Very excited about this new partnership!? pic.twitter.com/WX3iPNEmbY
— Trevor Jones ? (@trevorjonesart) June 16, 2020
Moreover, the partnership will turn into a vital piece of The Museum of CryptoArt’s rare digital art collection. That numbers more than 700 pieces to date. The deal is particularly noteworthy as it puts more value on the NFT than the first oil painting which sold for $6,250 at Jones’ 2018 Crypto Disruption exhibition.
Besides this, the historical center has teamed up with many artists on solo exhibitions and launched an incubator program. That offers free rentals of metaverse packages to artists for them to uninhibitedly create and showcase their own works.
Jones praised this crypto art movement
In 2013, Jones was internationally recognized for innovative enhanced reality paintings. He entered the blockchain-based digital art world with its first creation of ‘EthGirl’. While achieving a SuperRare record sale of 70 ETH.
However, this is actually Jones’ second NFT to sell for more than his physical painting counterpart demonstrating the authenticity of this new and exciting uncommon advanced digital art development.
Furthermore, The Museum of CryptoArt’s objective is to develop another worldview. Around the question of what might a virtual situation resemble. And what might the society we make be if we engaged the artists to be the architects of this rising world?
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