Watch Beeple React to the Historic $69.3m Sale of His Digital Work at Christie’s

laatste update: 02-2023

Bidding started at just $100 for our single lot online sale of Beeple’s ‘Everydays: The First 5000 Days’, and ended today at a staggering $69,346,250. This marks the third highest price ever paid for the work of a living artist at auction and certainly a watershed moment in the history of digital art.
This was the first purely digital NFT-based work of art to be sold by a major auction house and set additional world records including highest price for any work of digital art, the highest price for any lot in an online-only auction and the highest overall total for any online-only auction to date.

Stay tuned as we continue to remain at the forefront of the digital art market in the months ahead!

Beeple The First 5000 Days — 25 February-11 March, online. Price realised: $69,346,250.

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30 gedachten over “Watch Beeple React to the Historic $69.3m Sale of His Digital Work at Christie’s”

  1. "I'm going to Disneyworld"

    My guy could probably buy Disneyworld

  2. That's really unreliable! Huge congratulations Beeple! You rock!!

  3. Remember, nothing so big and so easy is for real and last for long.

  4. Question:So when you announce that you are going to drop A NFT collection, is it being announced to all the NFT members or what ? Please help with this answer

  5. Now any digital stupidity is an art? really ?

    Definitely that the human being is close to its self-extinction.

  6. 🔥 The Unraveled Message 📩 from Satoshi Nakamoto in MP3-token NFT 🔐 🔥 Finney's new unit of time = blocktime = 600 seconds 🔥 ❗ The new time of day is 12-12-12-50 A second without changes. A minute is 50 seconds. Finney – 12 minutes. Hour – 12 finney. Day – 12 hours.

  7. This is a scam to make the artist popular. If you follow the money trail it goes back to Beeple himself. No one REALLY spent 69 million on a digital fart that is essentially worthless, common sense tells you this. Where is the buyer? Buyer is mighty quiet isn't he? That is because a shill bought it for the artist himself, no one really spent 69 million on 0s and 1s in a computer, no one would.

  8. I thought Christie's said they don't sell art from so called artists cuz there s secondary auction. And they make this white dude Rich.

  9. I just don’t understand what’s happening?

  10. i love how he just earn 69million dollar.. and 1st thing he wants is going to disney world.

  11. Nope some group of ppl just really like this guy or something.. things dont add up

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