Christie’s Launches New Digital Art Auction

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If you have a knack for art, you might want to try out the new Digital Art Auction, which will feature over 322 pieces of digital art across 67 categories. This online auction will feature artworks with prices that are appropriate for the artworks and the number of works in the auction. Digital Art is a rapidly growing and competitive field, but it’s hard to make a living by selling your artworks.

In this digital art auction, Christie’s is offering the first digital work of art to be sold by a major auction house. The digital art piece is called Everydays and was created by Mike Winkelmann, a graphic designer from Charleston, South Carolina. His strange caricatures have gained him a fast-rising reputation in the art world, and he’s also produced concert visuals for some of the world’s biggest stars.

The auction company Christie’s made headlines with a digital art auction last year. During the sale, the auction house sold the first digital artwork for $69 million. The digital art auction industry is seeing a boom in the value of NFTs (non-fungible tokens). In the near future, digital art will continue to grow in value.

CryptoKitties are a series of blockchain-backed cartoon cats that sold for $100,000 in December 2017. The sale marked the beginning of a new era for the industry. As a result, more traditional auction houses are jumping on the digital art bandwagon. Christie’s plans to sell the world’s most expensive NFT in March 2021, accepting Ethereum as payment.

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