Virtual home on Mars sold for a real half million dollars

The architect originally asked for almost ten times less

The hype around NFT authentication tokens continues. This time there was a sale of the “world’s first digital home”.

Krista Kim, a designer, artist and architect from Toronto, created a virtual house on Mars and sold it for real money. She originally asked for 30 Ethereums, but the auction resulted in 288 Ethereums, which is now the equivalent of $515,459. The NFT of this piece was purchased through the SuperRare platform by a user nicknamed @artontheinternet.

As a reminder, NFT tokens allow you to confirm the uniqueness of digital art objects or simply digital objects. Recently, for example, Nyan Cat animation, the first Twitter post, a digital collage and a 10-second video clip were sold as collectible items.

Adam Spencer

Written by Adam Spencer

Author of the section "NFT".

A digital artist who releases his artwork under a pseudonym that is not disclosed on this site. Since childhood is fond of drawing and sculpture. A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts. Passionate about both the creation of art and its history.

Has not passed him by and modern technology. He makes his works on the computer using a tablet. Master of Photoshop, Illustrator, 3ds Max and other less common specialized programs for designers and artists.

Got interested in NFT back in 2020, even before its popularity peaked. Believes NFT is a great technology that allows little-known artists to show their work to the world.

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