OpenSea and Christie’s join forces for the NFT collection

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Key points to remember

  • Christie’s has partnered with OpenSea to sell a new collection of non-fungible tokens to art collectors.
  • This sale will take place on the main NFT OpenSea marketplace rather than on Christie’s own website.
  • Christie’s said earlier this fall that it had sold more than $ 100 million in NFT from previous sales.

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OpenSea and Christie’s have teamed up to auction a series of non-fungible tokens to art collectors around the world.

The sale will be featured by Mad Dog Jones

The sale is headlined by Mad Dog Jones, who previously sold an NFT through the Phillips auction house this year. His animated piece, titled “Forever”, will be auctioned off at Christie’s sale.

The sale will also include works by artists such as Blake Kathryn, Fvckrender, Victor Mosquera, Krista Kim and Olive Allen. The collection was curated by Christie’s Noah Davis, curator Ronnie Pirovino and NFT news site nftnow.com.

The auction gallery will be visible from December 1 to 3 and the auctions will be open between December 4 and 7.

Unlike other auctions hosted on Christie’s website, this auction will be conducted through the main NFT OpenSea marketplace. Payments will be made through the Ethereum blockchain.

Christie’s has sold over $ 100 million in NFT

Christie’s has previously auctioned off several non-fungible tokens, including items from the CryptoPunks and Bored Ape Yacht Club collections, Beeple’s “Everydays” collage and “Human One” sculpture, as well as a digital portrait of Bitcoin creator Satoshi. Nakamoto.

In September, the auction house announced that it had surpassed $ 100 million in NFT sales since its first auction in 2020.

Christie’s latest sale comes as competitor Sotheby’s announced a charity sale, which will see the auction house sell NFTs originally created by Twitter in June.

Disclosure: At the time of writing, the author of this article had less than $ 100 worth of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and altcoins.

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