Tagged With NFT Art

The iconic 'Leave Britney Alone' YouTube video by Chris Crocker sold as an NFT for over $41,000

The New York Stock Exchange is minting crypto art commemorating the first trades of 6 companies that recently went public

Billionaire investor Mike Novogratz says NFTs could be worn like jewellery one day

Christie's is planning to auction a set of 9 CryptoPunk NFTs for up to $9 million next month

Tom Brady is launching a new company called 'Autograph' that will sell unique digital memorabilia from sports icons and celebrities

NFTs are shaking up the art world, but can the blockchain actually get creatives paid? Australian artists and experts weigh in.

The buyer of Beeple's $69 million artwork now says NFTs are a huge risk as talk of a bubble grows

NFTs give artists the chance to reverse their extinction

Take a look at the digital 'Mars House' that just sold for over $500,000 - the world's first crypto real-estate sale

People are buying and selling crypto collectibles in a $250 million market - check out the sites where you can browse and bid on NFTs

Crypto-art investors could face a surprise on tax day since NFTs can lead to a hefty tax bill

The mysterious buyers of Beeple's $69 million crypto art piece revealed their real names: 'these pseudonyms were never meant to be masks'

Superstar artist Damien Hirst to sell 10,000 NFTs using a new Ethereum technology called Palm

Watch 'Saturday Night Live' explain the multimillion-dollar phenomenon of crypto art and NFTs in an Eminem parody

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

Billionaire Mark Cuban is setting up a digital art gallery that allows users to display NFTs in any form, report says

Snoop Dogg and Lionel Richie jump in on NFT craze as Crypto.com launches a token marketplace

Beeple, the third-most valuable artist alive, says investing in crypto art is risky as a lot of NFTs 'will absolutely go to zero'

People on the West Coast are largely driving the conversation around crypto art, with Middle America showing the least interest

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