Piece of Digital Art sells for over $60 million at Christie’s auction

Irwin20

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I don’t understand the concept. A piece of art you can’t display? “Hey come into my office I have something on my computer you got to see”
 

OldSoulon

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brianwr112

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I don’t understand the concept. A piece of art you can’t display? “Hey come into my office I have something on my computer you got to see”
I guess you could display it on some type of tv screen of iPad type thing. I'm guessing if you spend $69M you can splurge on something top of the line.
 

eastisbest

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I guess. Did you see it ? What makes it that valuable?
There are people with a lot of money want to own it. Why they want to own it? Probably because someone else wanted to own it. Who went first is what I'd want to know. If you had a dollar, would you be willing to pay 6 cents for a drawing you liked, particularly if it would reward you status with others that wanted it? Same concept to someone with a billion dollars. Their money, their choices. 🤷
 

EagleGuy

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Heard the guy who raked in 60mil say NFT is definitely a bubble. Yet, like the boom and bust of the early net something will remain.

In the meantime, he and others like him will laugh all the way to the bank.
 
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