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End actual: 29 Mar 2021
Lots to sell:
Cristiano Ronaldo faces $1bn lawsuit after launching NFT collection
Domain Names Are Fueling the Latest NFT Craze on Ethereum—Here’s Why
The NFT Art Market Explained & How to Participate Safely
Other Interesting NFTs
No Favour (cold) #5/25
No Favour for you. Cold variation.
Cosmic Chess is a playable artwork that will evolve in time as the game progresses. This piece utilizes a special Layer Changer tool that lets owners move their pieces just like they would a regular chess game! To see the current state of the board you can view the tool here: https://asyncchess.herokuapp.com/1148
Iconic Crypto Queen
(Virtual) blondes have more fun, right? #iconic ICONIC (Adj.): of, relating to, or having the characteristics of an icon. Widely recognized and well-established.
Really Remote Working Part 2
The second imagined space in the series. Created during the lockdown period whilst being confined to the same place every day, this piece is part of a series of imaginary places that I dreamed of being able to work from.
Source Code for the WWW
OWNER: Sir Tim Berners-Lee Sir Tim Berners-Lee, b. 1955 Source Code for the WWW 1990-1991 Work includes: Original archive of dated and time-stamped files containing the source code, written between 3 October 1990 and 24 August 1991. These files contain code with approximately 9,555 lines, the contents of which include implementations of the three languages and protocols invented by Sir Tim; HTML (Hypertext Markup Language); HTTP (Hyper Transfer Protocol); and URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers), as well as the original HTML documents that instructed early web users on how to use the application Animated visualization of the code being written (Video, black & white, silent), lasting 30 minutes 25 seconds A Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) representation of the full code (A0 841mm wide by 1189 mm high), created by Sir Tim from the original files using Python, with a graphic representation of his physical signature at lower right A letter written in the README.md file (in “markdown” format) by Sir Tim in June of 2021, reflecting upon the code and his process of creating it Non-fungible Token ERC-721 Minted on June 15, 2021, ed. 1/1 Smart Contract Address: 0x86ade256037d80d6d42df8df96d5be21cd25bd8f
Nobody Likes Me - Glitch Original (animated)
Title: Nobody Likes Me - Glitch Original (animated) Artist: iHeart Edition: One of one, unique. Medium: mp4 This unique variation, "Nobody Likes Me - Glitch Original (animated)” is part of an exclusive NFT release on KnowOrigin. in collaboration with Art Rapture. This variation is part of the Genesis NFT Drop of iHeart's iconic work, "Nobody Likes Me." DETAILS: The iconic, "Nobody Likes Me" street art piece by urban legend, iHeart has garnered the hearts, eyes and minds of art fans since 2014. In collaboration with Art Rapture and KnownOrigin., iHeart is dropping his first ever NFT release of several variations of his tour de force image, "Nobody Likes Me." In 2014, this captivating stencil mural, created in Stanley Park, Vancouver, earned iHeart a massive following and ultimately took down the second place price for most popular street art piece in the world (Street Art News article below). To truly understand the scope and reach of this iconic art piece, that symbolizes the impact of social media on our lives every single day, all you need to do is Google, "Nobody Like Me iHeart street art" and see the results. This release of "Nobody Likes Me" NFTs has a variety of 2D still & 2D animated versions ready for collectors to consume all around the world! Happy collecting! iHeart instagram: www.instagram.com/ihatestencils Street Art News article: https://streetartnews.net/2014/12/the-25-most-popular-street-art-pieces.html Huffington Post article: https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/sunny-lenarduzzi/vancouver-street-artist-banksy-iheart_b_4953880.html #loveyourcollection #evolveyourcollection