Virtual home on Mars sold for a real half million dollars

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.


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