Mid-October NO RESERVE - NFT Art Auction

Aiken Vintage | Online Auction
Thursday October 21, 2021 | Spring, TX. US. 77373
Auction InformationTerms and Conditions Auction Terms & Conditions Bidder Terms and Conditions ? Aiken Vintage Auctions, LLCThese Bidder Terms and Conditions apply to auctions conducted by AIKEN VINTAGE ("Auctioneer"), and constitute a legal, valid, binding, and enforceable contract between Auctioneer and each Bidder. These bidder terms and conditions also form the basis for the contract of sale between the Seller and the Buyer. For the purposes of these Bidder Terms and Conditions, the term "YOU" refers to each Bidder (as defined below). 1. Bidder Terms and Conditions; Posted Terms; Announcements at the Time of the Auction; Agreement to Be Bound. The Auction is conducted under and in accordance with these Bidder Terms and Conditions and any and all other terms and conditions posted on the Auctioneer website(s) and on the websites of any Online Auction Platform Provider(s) used by Auctioneer. The Auction is subject to any announcements or corrections by Auctioneer. By participating in the Auction in any way, YOU agree to be bound by, and to abide by, these Bidder Terms and Conditions. 2. Definitions. The following definitions apply to these Bidder Terms and Conditions: "Auction" means an online auction sale conducted by Auctioneer. "Bidder" means any person or entity, and the agents or representatives of any such person or entity, that registers, and/or bids, and/or buys, and/or otherwise participates in the Auction (including, without being limited to, inspection and/or pick-up), regardless of whether such person or entity tenders a bid. "Bidder Account" means the number or other identifier issued by Auctioneer to a Bidder. "Bidder Registration" means the information provided by a prospective Bidder, and the process of registering such prospective Bidder to bid at the Auction, including the prospective Bidder's agreement to be bound by these Bidder Terms and Conditions. "Bidder Terms and Conditions" means these Bidder Terms and Conditions. "Buyer" means the Winning Bidder on a Lot. "Buyer's Premium" is an amount with respect to each Lot, calculated as a percentage of the Hammer Price, that is payable by the Buyer to Auctioneer for its own account. "Contract Price" means an amount equal to the Hammer Price plus the Buyer's Premium. "Delivery" means the transfer of possession a Lot or Lots to the Buyer. Unless otherwise stated in writing, Delivery of a Lot will occur where the Lot is physically located during the Auction or at such other address as indicated on Auctioneer's website. Delivery does not mean that Auctioneer will move or relocate any Lot from its physical location during the Auction, or as indicated on Auctioneer's website, to any other location directed by the Buyer. Unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing, Auctioneer will not move or relocate any Lot(s) on behalf of the Buyer. "Fall of the Hammer" In an online Auction, the Fall of the Hammer will occur electronically at the end of timed (or extended) bidding. "Hammer Price" means the High Bid amount recognized by Auctioneer with the Fall of the Hammer. "High Bid" means the amount recognized by Auctioneer as the highest bid at the conclusion of bidding on a Lot. "High Bidder" means the Bidder recognized by Auctioneer as having made the High Bid on a Lot. "High Estimate" means an amount that Auctioneer anticipates that a Lot may bring at the high end of a spectrum of possible bids. The High Estimate, if used, is not a valuation or appraisal, and cannot be relied on as such. "Lot" means each individual item or grouping of personal property put up at one time by Auctioneer. "Low Estimate" means an amount that Auctioneer anticipates that a Lot may bring at the low end of a spectrum of possible bids. The Low Estimate, if used, is not a valuation or appraisal, and cannot be relied on as such."No Sale" occurs if a Lot is put up at the Auction but is not sold, and Auctioneer passes on such Lot, withdraws the Lot, or declares a No Sale of the Lot. "Online Auction Platform" means any hardware and/or software utilized to conduct the Auction online and to facilitate online bidding, including any associated, adjunct, and/or complementary websites, services, premiums, and promotions. Auctioneer may utilize one or more Online Auction Platforms. "Online Auction Platform Provider" means the provider of an Online Auction Platform and related services. Auctioneer may utilize one or more Online Auction Platform Providers. "Online Bidding Period" means any established period during which online bids may be tendered. "Private Sale" means an event in which a Lot is sold (or gifted) by the Seller, or on the Seller's behalf, other than at the Auction. "Private Sale Price" means the fair market purchase price of a Lot paid, or agreed to be paid, at a Private Sale in an arms-length transaction between the Seller and the purchaser. If a Lot is sold through a Private Sale for less than its fair market value, or in a transaction that is not an arms-length transaction, or is gifted by the Seller, the Private Sale Price will be an amount equal to the fair market value of the Lot in an arms-length transaction. "Reserve" or "With Reserve" means that property put up at auction may be withdrawn by Auctioneer and/or bids may be rejected by Auctioneer prior to the Fall of the Hammer. It is not necessary for there to be a Reserve Price for an Auction to be With Reserve. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AND EXPRESSLY STATED OTHERWISE BY AUCTIONEER IN WRITING, ALL LOTS ARE BEING SOLD WITH RESERVE. "Reserve Price" means the minimum price that Seller is willing to accept for a Lot. If a Lot put up With Reserve is subject to a Reserve Price, the Lot will not be sold unless the Reserve Price is met or waived. It is not required for any Reserve Price to be disclosed. "Winning Bid" means the highest bid received and accepted (and if Subject to Seller's Confirmation, confirmed by Seller). "Winning Bidder" means the Bidder who is recognized by Auctioneer as having made the Winning Bid. "Without Reserve" means Absolute.3. Bidder Registration; Bidder Qualification. YOU must register to bid. Auctioneer may establish such Bidder Registration requirements and Bidder qualifications as Auctioneer determines, in its discretion, to be reasonably necessary or appropriate. In order to register to bid, YOU must provide such information (including identifying information and qualifications) as requested by Auctioneer. Auctioneer may refuse to accept a Bidder Registration from any potential Bidder, may refuse to grant bidding privileges to any potential Bidder, and may revoke the Bidder Registration or bidding privileges of any Bidder. By registering to bid, YOU represent to Auctioneer that, if YOU are a natural person, YOU are at least eighteen (18) years of age and that YOU are otherwise legally able to enter into a contract. Each entity registering to bid represents that it has the power and authority to register, to bid, and to complete the purchase transaction if it is the Winning Bidder. YOU acknowledge and agree that YOU have read, understand, and agree to be bound by, these Bidder Terms and Conditions, any and all other terms and conditions posted on the Auctioneer website(s), and the terms and conditions posted on the websites of any Online Auction Platform Provider(s) used by Auctioneer. Auctioneer may, in its absolute discretion, receive bids from a person or entity that has not registered to bid, and/or who has not satisfied all requirements for Bidder Registration, and/or that has not previously been granted bidding privileges, and, by bidding, such person or entity will be bound by these Bidder Terms and Conditions, any and all other terms and conditions posted on the Auctioneer website(s), and the terms and conditions posted on the websites of any Online Auction Platform Provider(s) used by Auctioneer. Bidder qualification provisions are intended for the benefit of Auctioneer and its Seller(s), and create no rights or interests in any other persons, including competing Bidders. Auctioneer and/or its Seller(s) may (but will not be required to) waive any Bidder qualifications, either globally or on a case by case basis. 4. Bids Received in the State of Texas. Notwithstanding YOUR physical location or the physical location of any Lot(s), all bids and payments are received in the State of Texas. 5. Buyer's Premium. A Buyer's Premium, or Buyer's fee, will be charged on all Lots. The Buyer's Premium, which will be paid by the Buyer to Auctioneer for its own account, will be calculated as a percentage of the Hammer Price for each Lot, and will be added to the Hammer Price to determine the final Contract Price. The Buyer's Premium will be sixteen percent (16%) of the Hammer Price for each Lot, and is earned by (and may be retained by) Auctioneer with the Fall of the Hammer. The Buyer?s Premium on all auto sales is 10%.6. Access to Online Auction Platform; Premises; Reviews. YOU assume all risks associated with YOUR access to the Auction, including the Online Auction Platform, the premises of Auctioneer, and any other physical location associated with Auctioneer or the Auction. Any person may be denied access to the Auction, the Online Auction Platform, and the premises of Auctioneer or any other physical location associated with Auctioneer or the Auction. Auctioneer reserves the right to post truthful reviews of Bidders, including blocked Bidders, on social media and elsewhere. 7. Nature of the Auction. Unless expressly stated otherwise in writing, the Auction will be With Reserve. Auctioneer may Withdraw any Lot prior to the Fall of the Hammer on such Lot.8. No Bid Retraction. YOU may not retract a bid that has been acknowledged by Auctioneer or that has been submitted online. YOU acknowledge and agree that Auctioneer is acting in reliance on tendered bids in the conduct of the Auction, and that bid retraction is disruptive and interferes with the Auction, and that, as an inducement for Auctioneer to accept YOUR Registration and to grant YOU bidding privileges, and for YOU to bid at the Auction, YOU agree not to withdraw or to attempt to withdraw any bid tendered by YOU. 9. Posted Times. All times are based on the Central Standard Time Zone ("CST"). Posted closing times and time displays are approximate. Auctioneer reserves the right, in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion, to close early or extend the Auction. 10. Handling of Online Bids; Maximum Bid Amounts. YOU may establish a maximum bid amount. Online Bids will ordinarily be initiated at an established opening bid amount or at the next bid increment, which amount may be less than YOUR maximum bid amount. Online bids will automatically be executed competitively up to the Fall of the Hammer (or other termination of the bidding). The receipt and execution of online bids will not create an agency relationship between Auctioneer and YOU. 11. Relationship of the Parties. Auctioneer is the agent of the Seller(s), and represents the Seller(s) exclusively. Auctioneer is not YOUR agent or representative, and is not acting on YOUR behalf. 12. Bid Increments. Auctioneer may establish bid increments, and may modify or change, bid increments. 13. Records. Absent clerical errors, the records of Auctioneer will be final and conclusive for all purposes. 14. Technology Disruptions. Auctioneer will not be responsible for technology disruptions, errors, or failures (including disruptions to bidding or the failure to execute, recognize, or record online bids), whether caused by (i) loss of connectivity, breakdown, disruption, or failure of the Online Auction Platform, (ii) errors in programming or set-up of the online Auction, (iii) breakdown, disruption, or failure of a Bidder's internet connection, computer, or system, or (iv) otherwise. Auctioneer may, but will not be required to, continue, suspend, delay, extend, reschedule, close, re-set, or re-start the Auction because of disruptions caused by technology failures or errors, even after bidding has commenced. 15. Failures by Online Auction Platform Provider and its Affiliates or Contractors. Auctioneer may use an Online Auction Platform Provider to facilitate the Auction. Under no circumstances will Auctioneer be liable for any failure of the Online Auction Platform Provider to perform all or any of its obligations, or for the failure of any affiliates, employees, agents, representatives, or contractors of the Online Auction Platform Provider to perform their obligations. 16. Auto-Extend Feature. Any Online Bidding Period may include an auto-extend feature. This means that, if an online bid is entered within two (2) minutes of the scheduled closing of the established Online Bidding Period, the Online Bidding Period will automatically be extended for an additional two (2) minutes, and will continue to be so extended until there is a set period of time that lapses during which no advancing online bids are received, after which bidding will close. 17. Disclaimer Regarding Online Auction Platform(s). Auctioneer makes no representations or warranties, and disclaims all representations and warranties, (i) that any Online Auction Platform(s) or any related website(s) or technology will be uninterrupted, error free or virus free, (ii) as to the results that may be obtained by using any Online Auction Platform(s) or any related website(s) or technology, or (iii) as to the accuracy, completeness, reliability, security, or current nature of any Online Auction Platform(s), or any related website(s) or technology.18. Responsibility for Online Bids. YOU are responsible for all bids transmitted from YOUR computer or from YOUR Bidder Account. If a Winning Bid is sent from YOUR computer or using YOUR Bidder Account, YOU will be the Buyer on certification by Auctioneer. 19. Winning Bidders Subject to Final Certification by Auctioneer. The final determination of the Winning Bidder is subject to certification by Auctioneer, and any email or electronic message (whether generated manually or automatically) is subject to such certification. 20. Winning Bid; Buyer. Pursuant to these Bidder Terms and Conditions, the Bidder making the Winning Bid for any Lot, will be the Buyer of the Lot on final certification by Auctioneer. 21. All Property Sold "AS IS", "WHERE IS", and "WITH ALL FAULTS". ALL PROPERTY IS BEING OFFERED AND SOLD IN ITS "AS IS/WHERE IS" CONDITION AT THE TIME OF THE AUCTION, WITH ALL FAULTS, INCLUDING ANY HIDDEN DEFECTS OF ANY NATURE. NEITHER AUCTIONEER NOR ANY SELLER MAKES ANY REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES, OR GUARANTEES WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE NATURE, VALUE, SOURCE, AUTHENTICITY, FITNESS, MERCHANTABILITY, AND/OR ANY OTHER ASPECT OR CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCH PROPERTY. NO STATEMENT ANYWHERE, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING VERBAL STATEMENTS MADE BY AUCTIONEER, WILL BE DEEMED A WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION BY AUCTIONEER OR ANY SELLER. WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, AUTHENTICITY, ORIGIN, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ALL OF WHICH ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT YOU CANNOT RELY ON, AND YOU HAVE NOT RELIED ON, ANY REPRESENTATION, WARRANTY, OR GUARANTY MADE BY ANY SELLER OR ANYONE ACTING AS AGENT OF A SELLER (INCLUDING AUCTIONEER), ORALLY OR IN WRITING, ABOUT ANY LOT. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT YOU HAVE HAD A FULL AND FAIR OPPORTUNITY TO INSPECT ALL LOTS, AND THAT YOU ARE RELYING SOLELY ON, OR HAVE WAIVED, YOUR INSPECTION AND INVESTIGATION (i) IN DETERMINING WHETHER TO BID, (ii) IN DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF YOUR BID(S), AND (iii) IN BIDDING. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO DETERMINE CONDITION, AGE, GENUINENESS, VALUE, OR ANY OTHER DETERMINATIVE FACTORS REGARDING ANY LOT ON WHICH YOU BID. 22. Bidder's Inspection; Adequacy of Description and Images. YOU are encouraged to inspect the Lot(s), or to have the Lot(s) inspected by YOUR agent or representative before bidding. By bidding, YOU acknowledge and agree that YOU have had a full and fair opportunity to inspect the Lot(s), and that YOU are relying solely on YOUR inspection and investigation, or that YOU have waived inspection and investigation, and that you have not relied on any statement, representation, warranty, or guaranty made by any Seller or anyone acting as agent or representative of a Seller (including Auctioneer), and any photographs or other images of Lot(s) are adequate for YOUR purposes. 23. Description of Property. Unless otherwise expressly stated in writing, any description of a Lot is based solely on visual impression, and is given solely for identification purposes, and does not create any warranty, expressed or implied, or representation by Auctioneer. 24. High and Low Estimates. If and to the extent that High Estimates and Low Estimates are used, they are merely a guide. You may NOT rely on High Estimates or Low Estimates as a prediction of the Hammer Price or the value of any Lot, or for any other purpose. High and Low Estimates are not a guaranty of price or value, and are NOT an indicator of the possible re-sale value of any Lot. High Estimates and Low Estimates do not include the Buyer's Premium. 25. Announcements. Announcements made, or posted, by Auctioneer on the day of, or during, the Auction are binding and take precedence over any prior advertisements or listings. 26. Bidding by or on Behalf of Seller(s). Seller(s) may not bid directly, or indirectly, on any of their Lot(s).27. Conduct of the Auction. Auctioneer will regulate all matters relating to the conduct of the Auction and the decisions of Auctioneer will be final and binding. Auctioneer will have control over bidding, and Auctioneer will resolve any and all disputes. Auctioneer may, in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion, reopen the bidding (but will not be required to) if (i) a bid was tendered prior to the fall of the Hammer but went unnoticed by Auctioneer until called to Auctioneer's attention after the Fall of the Hammer or other termination of the bidding, or (ii) a technology disruption, failure, or error, caused a bid that was tendered, or attempted to be tendered, prior to the hammer from being received or recognized, or (iii) some other error or dispute occurs. Any contracts formed with the Fall of the Hammer will be subject to the conditions set forth in this Section. If bidding is reopened, the High Bid recognized by Auctioneer prior to the reopening of the bidding will be held, and may not be retracted, and, if no further bids are received, such bid will be the Winning Bid. 28. Contract of Sale for Personal Property. No additional or further writing will be required to evidence the existence of a contract of sale for any Lot sold at the Auction regardless of the Hammer Price, and these Bidder Terms and Conditions, together with the records of Auctioneer identifying the Lot, the Hammer Price, and the Buyer, will be conclusive evidence as to the terms of the sale. These Bidder Terms and Conditions will be incorporated into and made a part of each contract between a Buyer and a Seller. 29. Payment. All Lots must be paid for in-full at or before the pick-up date and time set forth in the specific Auction listing. Payment may be made in cash, by approved check, by credit card, by certified funds, or by wire transfer. Auctioneer may require that the payment of large amounts be made by certified funds or wire transfer. Purchases will be shipped only after payment has cleared. Auctioneer will charge a $2500 deposit for any winning bid on a motor vehicle purchase. This deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE, and in the event that the Bidder does not complete payment for the Lot, Bidder agrees that this deposit will be forfeited. Notwithstanding any other provisions of these terms and conditions, Bidder further agrees not to initiate a dispute or chargeback for this deposit, and waives all right to dispute this charge.30. Bidder accepts Lot ownership at the gavel fall and immediately assumes all responsibility and liability for the purchased Lot.31. Telephone/Internet Bidders shall make payment within 48 hours following the auction event?s conclusion. Bidder is prohibited from suspending or deferring payment. Any stop payment order on a purchased Lot, or any payment check drawn upon an account with insufficient funds, shall serve as conclusive, irrefutable proof that Bidder intended to and did commit fraud at the auction.32. Aiken Vintage will endeavor to deliver auto titles within 30 days following auction event completion, contingent upon Bidder?s payment. Bidder agrees that title processing delays can occur for causes outside of Mecum?s control. Bidder shall make no claim for damages associated with delays in title processing. Aiken Vintage is not responsible for damages incurred as a result of any delay in title processing.33. All account balances which are unpaid seven (7) days after the Lot?s purchase date will be subject to interest charges at a rate of twelve percent (12%), with interest compounded daily and calculated retroactively to the date of purchase.34. In the event of Bidder?s default, including, but not exclusive to non-payment, Aiken Vintage may: 1) hold Bidder liable for the Lot?s purchase price and sue for specific performance; 2) cancel the sale and retain Bidder?s payment as liquidated damages; 3) resell the Lot without reserve at a future auction or by private sale, with, or without advance notice to Bidder, with Bidder remaining liable for any deficiency in resale price, 4) purchase the Lot at the amount of Bidder?s bid; 5) take any other lawful action to protect Aiken Vintage?s interest; or 6) charge Bidder?s credit card for any amount due Aiken Vintage and/or Consignor. Bidder is liable for all costs and expenses arising from Bidder?s default, including, but not limited to freight, storage, auctionentry fees, commissions, reasonable attorneys? fees, court costs, and expenses.35. Title. If YOU are certified as the Winning Bidder on a Lot by Auctioneer, YOU will be contractually obligated to pay the Contract Price for that Lot. However, title and ownership of the Lot will not pass from the Seller to YOU until payment is made and clears.36. Delivery; Sales Tax. All Lots will be delivered to YOU at the physical location of such Lot(s) at the close of the Auction which will be either (i) at Auctioneer's location in the State of Texas, or (ii) at such other location inside or outside the State of Texas as indicated in the specific Auction listing, or (iii) as otherwise designated by Auctioneer. Auctioneer has no obligation to move or relocate any Lot(s) to YOUR location or to a location designated by YOU. YOU may designate, appoint, and empower an agent to accept delivery of YOUR purchases at the point of delivery, and to arrange for shipment of YOUR property to a location designated by YOU. Auctioneer will arrange shipment of YOUR property if such option is specified in the Auction, according to listed terms and fees. YOU are responsible for all costs related to packaging, shipping, insurance and receipt of YOUR property. Auctioneer will collect shipping costs prior to shipment of any merchandise. Unless an exemption applies, all purchases are subject to sales tax in the jurisdiction where delivery occurs as set forth in the specific Auction listing and these Bidder Terms and Conditions. Sales tax will be collected at the point of delivery as set forth in the specific Auction listing and these Bidder Terms and Conditions and will be remitted to the applicable taxing authorities. The foregoing notwithstanding, if another jurisdiction or taxing authority (including, without being limited to, the jurisdiction in which YOU reside, conduct business, or maintain the Lot(s) purchased by YOU) requires the collection and remittance of sales tax, use tax, or a similar tax, YOU will be responsible for payment of an amount equal to such tax. If it is determined that sales tax is collected and paid to the wrong taxing authority, YOU and Auctioneer will cooperate in efforts to obtain a refund of such tax and its remittance to the proper taxing authority. 37. Pick-up and Removal; Shipping; Insurance. YOU are responsible for pick-up and removal of Lot(s) purchased by YOU. Pick-up location and removal dates and times will be as posted on Auctioneer's website or otherwise announced by Auctioneer. Unless otherwise agreed, YOU are solely responsible for the disassembly, rigging, removal, shipping, and transportation of each Lot purchased by YOU. Disassembly and removal must be done in a workmanlike manner, and YOU will indemnify and hold harmless both Auctioneer and Seller(s) against any and all damage caused by YOU or YOUR employees, agents, representatives, or independent contractors in connection with the disassembly or removal of any Lot(s). Any and all damage, including, without being limited to damage to land or buildings, caused by YOU or by YOUR employees, agents, representatives, or independent contractors, will be repaired by YOU, or at YOUR expense, to the satisfaction of Auctioneer and Seller(s). Any Lot(s) shipped to YOU will be via a shipment contract free on board at the location at which the Lot(s) are handed over to the United States Postal Service, a common carrier, courier, or other delivery service as indicated in the Auction listing. Possession and risk of loss will pass to you at the point of shipment. YOU are responsible for insuring all Lots purchased by YOU. 38. Failure to Pick-up or Arrange for the Delivery; Abandoned Property; Storage. Any Lot(s) not removed within one (7) days after the Auction will be deemed abandoned to Auctioneer, even if paid for, and YOU will give up all rights with respect to such Lot(s). A late fee of ten (10) percent will be added to invoice. Under all circumstances, YOU are responsible for the full Contract Price of all Lots on which YOU are the Winning Bidder. 39. All Sales Final. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS OR RETURNS.40. No Credit Card Chargebacks. YOU agree that such YOU will not, under any circumstances, initiate a credit card chargeback with respect to any purchases at the Auction. YOU further agree that if, in violation of these Terms and Conditions, a credit card chargeback is initiated, these Bidder Terms and Conditions will be conclusive evidence of YOUR agreement not to initiate a credit card chargeback; and YOU acknowledge and agree that on the presentation of these Bidder Terms and Conditions to the bank, credit card company, or other financial institution that issued the credit card on which charges were made, such bank, credit card company, or other financial institution will reverse or deny any credit card chargeback, and will re-credit all amounts to or for the account of Auctioneer. If, in violation of these Bidder Terms and Conditions, YOU initiate a credit card chargeback, even if successful, YOU will remain liable for all purchases made at the Auction, and YOU will be responsible for all costs and expenses, including attorneys' fees, incurred by or on behalf of Auctioneer and/or any Seller(s) in challenging the credit card chargeback and in collecting payment. YOUR agreement not to initiate a credit card chargeback is a condition to YOUR Registration as a Bidder, and for the privilege of bidding at the Auction, and is being made as an inducement for Auctioneer to accept YOUR Registration and to permit YOU to bid at the Auction. Auctioneer is relying on YOUR agreement not to initiate a credit card chargeback in accepting YOUR Bidder Registration and in permitting YOU to bid at the Auction. 41. Claims. Unless otherwise provided in writing, after a Lot has been picked-up or removed by YOU or on YOUR behalf, no claims or returns will be allowed and there will be no adjustments or rescissions. 42. Third-Parties and Subsequent Purchasers. Auctioneer has no relationship with any third-parties or subsequent purchasers of Lot(s), and no third-party or subsequent purchaser may rely on any statements or descriptions made by Auctioneer, nor will Auctioneer have any liability to such persons or entities. YOU agree to indemnify Auctioneer and to hold Auctioneer harmless from and against any and all claims made by third-parties or subsequent purchasers of any Lot(s) purchased by YOU. 43. Buyer's Remedies; Bidders/Buyers Not Entitled to Incidental or Consequential Damages. To the extent that YOU may be entitled to any remedies in connection with the Auction, the sole and exclusive remedy available to YOU is a return, from Seller, of (i) the Hammer Price actually paid, and (ii) an amount equal to the Buyer's Premium. Under no circumstances will Auctioneer or the Seller be liable for incidental or consequential damages, including, without being limited to lost profits or reduced productivity. YOU, further, acknowledge and agree that YOU are not entitled to specific performance or other equitable relief. 44. Seller's Remedies. If YOU breach any obligations under these Terms and Conditions or under a contract with a Seller, such property may be re-sold and YOU will be responsible for any and all damages, including any deficiency or reduction in the Contract Price, along with incidental damages. 45. Private Sale. YOU agree not to enter into a Private Sale transaction with the Seller(s) of any Lot(s) prior to or during the Auction. If YOU enter into a Private Sale transaction with the Seller(s) of any Lot(s) prior to or during the Auction, or within sixty (60) days after the Auction (for any Lot(s) not sold at the Auction), Auctioneer will be entitled to receive an amount equal to its full Commission and Buyer's Premium (calculated as a percentage of the Private Sale Price), together with reimbursable expenses; and YOU and the Seller will be jointly and severally liable to Auctioneer for the payment of such amounts.46. Waiver. Certain provisions of these Bidder Terms and Conditions are for the exclusive benefit of Auctioneer and/or Seller(s). Such provisions (including, without being limited to, Bidder registration and qualification requirements, payment terms, removal and delivery terms, and inspection terms) do not create, and will not be deemed to create, any benefits or rights in favor of any other persons, including competing Bidders, and may not be enforced by any other persons. Either globally or on a case by case basis Auctioneer and/or Seller may (but will not be required to) waive any provisions of these Bidder Terms and Conditions that are intended for the benefit of Auctioneer and/or Seller. 47. Indemnification. YOU agree to indemnify Auctioneer, and to hold Auctioneer harmless, with respect to any damages claimed in connection with the Auction or purchases made at the Auction and with respect to any subsequent sale of Lots. 48. Email List; Agreement to Receive Email. YOU agree to be added to the email list maintained by Auctioneer. Each email Auctioneer sends will have an unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email. YOU agree not to report any email sent by or on behalf of Auctioneer as spam. 49. Governing Law; Dispute Resolution. These Bidder Terms and Conditions will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas, including its statutes of limitations, but without regard to its rules governing conflict of laws. If a dispute arises, the parties will submit to mediation; and, if a resolution is not reached through mediation, to binding arbitration. For mediation, the mediator will be a neutral party, mutually agreed on by the parties, and located within thirty (30) miles of Spring, Texas. If the dispute is not settled within thirty (30) days after submission to mediation, it shall be submitted to binding arbitration with a single neutral arbitrator, mutually agreed on by the parties. Arbitration will be conducted within thirty (30) miles of Spring, Texas. The time allotted for arbitration proceedings will be limited to a period of sixty (60) days, commencing on the date that the matter is submitted to arbitration. The decision rendered by the arbitrator will be final and binding on all parties, and will be non-appealable. All expenses incurred in connection with mediation and/or arbitration will be shared equally among all parties. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the parties are unable to mutually agree to mediation or arbitration at a site within thirty (30) miles of Spring, Texas, the parties irrevocably agree to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts located in Houston, Texas, for the resolution of all disputes. If a dispute is submitted to civil litigation (other than mediation or arbitration), all expenses, including the reasonable attorney's fees of the prevailing party, will be fully and promptly paid by the losing party. YOU WAIVE THE RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL.50. Aiken Vintage is merely performing an auction service and is not responsible for a Lot?s description in any medium, even if the representation is made in a medium owned by, maintained by, or associated with Aiken Vintage.51. All Lots offered are sold ?AS IS, WHERE IS?. Aiken Vintage makes no representation and extends no warranty, express or implied, respecting any Lot?s condition, genuineness, value, and/or quality. AIKEN VINTAGE HAS NOT INDEPENDENTLY INSPECTED OR TESTED THE LOT AND HAS NO KNOWLEDGE OF THE LOT?S HISTORY OR CONDITION. Bidder has the duty, right, and opportunity to inspect any Lot prior to bidding, and Bidder?s participation in the auction of any lot is exclusively premised upon the Bidder?s own determinations. Winning Bidders shall accept their Lot(s) with all faults, including,but not limited to, qualitative conditions, defects and imperfections (whether structural, mechanical, cosmetic, latent, obvious, whether mentioned or unmentioned in the Lot description). Aiken Vintage is not responsible for any defect in any Lot.52. Bidder releases, waives, and discharges Aiken Vintage for any and all claims arising out of, involving, or associated with a Lot description. Bidder shall reimburse Aiken Vintage for any costs and/or expenses (including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys? fees) that Aiken Vintage incurs in defending any Bidder?s claim arising out of, involving, or associated with, a Lot description.53. Mileage claims are made by the Consignor. Bidder is solely responsible for investigating and determining the accuracy of such claims.54. All Lots are offered for individual sale by their unique Lot number, unless otherwise noted. The auctioneer will accept bids from on-site Bidders and absentee Bidders. The auctioneer has the right to place a bid for the Consignor up to the Lot?s reserve.55. In matters where the winning bid cannot be determined with certainty, the auction process may be repeated for that Lot. The auctioneer will use reasonable judgment in evaluating Bidders? claims of auction confusion. However, the auctioneer?s determination(s) in these circumstances is/are both final and non-appealable.56. 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Lot#: 6050

"After the Matador" by Howard Sherman

Name of Piece: "After the Matador"Artist: Howard Sherman*Medium: Digital Photograph of Original Work CanvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Original Canvas is priced at: $25,000NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "After the Matador" - the digital photo of an original work on canvas. The winner will receive the original image to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.* About Howard ShermanSince receiving his Masters of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing from the University of North Texas in 2006, Howard Sherman has been leading a new generation of bombastic contemporary painters in the Texas art world. Sherman?s typically human-scale canvases carry traces of his background in cartooning, offsetting the loud, raw power of his aggressive paint strokes with a playful sense of humor. His smaller works on paper show an intuitive use of material in a distilled yet assertive manner.The large paintings facilitate the immense physicality within Sherman?s work, while leaving space for his keen sense of formal resolution. The frenetic and muscular heft of the work is balanced with a measured precision and a thoughtful integration of a number of art historical styles. Sherman?s cartoonish figuration complements his bold use of abstract mark making, embedding into the canvases what could be read as portraits, punch lines or poems. He is constantly refining his visual and conceptual vocabulary, experimenting with sculptural surfaces and collage. Only two years after completing his M.F.A., Sherman was featured in a solo traveling exhibition originating at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas. His work is in several museum collections and is on permanent display at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas. Sherman has been profiled several times in New American Paintings, his work appears in the 2010 book Texas Artists Today and was chosen for the cover of the art history book Texas Abstract:Modern/Contemporary by Michael Paglia and Jim Edwards. Rice University is now collecting his personal artifacts for their research center. He has been awarded residencies at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, School of Visual Arts, the McColl Center for Visual Art, Vermont Studio Center, Jentel Artist Residency Program and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation. Sherman has been in a number of solo exhibitions across the United States, and his work has been featured in group exhibitions in Texas, California, New York, Florida, Spain, India, and Peru. The artist lives and works in New York City and Houston.


Lot#: 6055

"KUKULKAN" by Matt Messinger

Name of Piece: "KUKULKAN"Artist: Matt Messinger*Medium: Digital Photograph of Original Work CanvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Original Canvas is priced at: $15,000This auction is for "KUKULKAN" - the digital photo of an original work on canvas. The winner will receive the original image to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**************NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.* About Matt MessingerBest known for paintings which incorporate matte surfaces with symbolic images, generally in black and white. Meticulous fabric collage - often layered from found household linens or flour sacks ? creates a neutral ground which accentuates the flatness of the painting surface. Subtle patterns of drips and graffiti simultaneously create an illusion of spacial depth, contradicting this flatness. It is within this field that Messinger combines visual quotations from popular culture, scientific diagrams or animals ? real and imagined. Messinger's paintings mix serious ideas and icons with lighthearted techniques and imagery. Messinger enjoys symbolism and can be inspired by anything from logos, advertisements and animals, something simple as a number, or as subtle as a texture. Messinger scavenges pop detritus with an eye to nostalgia, humor and subtle irony.Featured in numerous exhibits and Galleries and winner of multiple awards from Glass Tire, the artists resides in Houston, Texas.


Lot#: 6060

"Salt Bae $1 Million" by Susie Cortez (MP4)

Name of Piece: "Salt Bae $1 Million"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (MP4)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 6Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/Vf8y78fLLyINFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Salt Bae $1 Million" - the MP4 represented as a digital image here. This is an approximately 50 second video where Salt Bae (Nusr Et) is presented with the original work of art and someone asks how much he will sell it for, to which he responds "One Million Dollars." The winner will receive the original image and MP4 transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6065

"Double Dutch" by Midwestern Man

Name of Piece: "Double Dutch"Artist: Midwestern ManMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Double Dutch" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6070

"Sign of the Times" by Numeris

Name of Piece: "Sign of the Times"Artist: NumerisMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Sign of the Times" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6075

"Reagans Vader" by Kelley Devine

Name of Piece: "Reagans Vader"Artist: Kelley DevineMedium: Digital Image of Original CanvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2*******This auction is for "Reagans Vader" - the original canvas art represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6080

"All Eyes are on You" by Numeris

Name of Piece: "All Eyes are on You"Artist: NumerisMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "All Eyes are on You" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6082

"Float Like a Butterfly" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "Float like a Butterfly"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/ZN8k2xEftU4NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Float like a Butterfly" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6085

TABU by Numeris

Name of Piece: "TABU"Artist: NumerisMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "TABU" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6087

"The Smoke He Brought" by Susie Cortez

Name of Piece: "The Smoke He Brought"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2.5Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/5RHhDkOiOOMNFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "The Smoke He Brought" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6090

"In Case of Emergency" by Numeris

Name of Piece: "In Case of Emergency"Artist: NumerisMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "In Case of Emergency" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6091

"Spectrum Deconstructed" by The Flutist

Name of Piece: "Spectrum Deconstructed"Artist: The FlutistMedium: Digital Image of Original work on canvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 3*******This auction is for "Spectrum Deconstructed" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6093

"The King in LA" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "The King in LA"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 3Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/x50YdpFGiKQNFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "The King in LA" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6094

"In the Fire I" by The Flutist

Name of Piece: "In the Fire I"Artist: The FlutistMedium: Digital Image of Original work on canvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2*******This auction is for "In the Fire I" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6095

"The Source 1" by Numeris

Name of Piece: "The Source 1"Artist: NumerisMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "The Source 1" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6097

"The Black Mamba Spirit" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "The Black Mamba Spirit"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 3Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/ZqbeWl7m3r0NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "The Black Mamba Spirit" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6098

"A Meeting of the Gods" by The Flutist

Name of Piece: "A Meeting of the Gods"Artist: The FlutistMedium: Digital Image of Original work on canvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2*******This auction is for "A Meeting of the Gods" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6100

"Metamorphosis 1" by Numeris

Name of Piece: "Metamorphosis 1"Artist: NumerisMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Metamorphosis 1" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6102

"The GOAT" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "The GOAT"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 3Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/eqcGGaXjlJANFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "The GOAT" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6105

"Bone Density 1" by Fallen Royalty

Name of Piece: "Bone Density 1"Artist: Fallen RoyaltyMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "All Eyes are on You" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6107

"Lights, Camera... TIGER" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "Lights, Camera... TIGER"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/MB5atH__V3sNFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Lights, Camera... TIGER" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6108

"First Encounter" by The Flutist

Name of Piece: "First Encounter"Artist: The FlutistMedium: Digital Image of Original work on canvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2*******This auction is for "First Encounter" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6110

"Just Kiddin' Around" by Torabashi

Name of Piece: "Just Kiddin' Around"Artist: TorabashiMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 1NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Just Kiddin' Around" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6112

"Purple Rain" by The Flutist

Name of Piece: "Purple Rain"Artist: The FlutistMedium: Digital Image of Original work on canvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2.5*******This auction is for "Purple Rain" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6115

"Theory of Chaos 1" by Fallen Royalty

Name of Piece: "Theory of Chaos 1"Artist: Fallen RoyaltyMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Theory of Chaos 1" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6117

"Sad Kitty Ponders Quarantine" Midwestern Man

Name of Piece: "Sad Kitty Ponders Quarantine"Artist: Midwestern ManMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "All Eyes are on You" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6120

"Resurrection 3" by GE2

Name of Piece: "Resurrection 3"Artist: GE2Medium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 4*** Price history of Resurrection 1 - 8/15: 1 ETH, 8/18: 1.9 ETH, 9/6: 4.2 ETH, 9/18: 5.8 ETH ***NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Resurrection 3" - by digital artist known as "GE2" This artist creates social commentary pieces, often represented by graphs, numbers and other mathematical symbols.The winner will receive the original digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6125

"Mind's Eye" by The Flutist

Name of Piece: "Mind's Eye"Artist: The FlutistMedium: Digital Image of Original work on canvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2*******This auction is for "Mind's Eye" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6130

"Zero Sum Game" by Numeris

Name of Piece: "Zero Sum Game"Artist: NumerisMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Zero Sum Game" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6133

"Origins I" by The Flutist

Name of Piece: "Origins I"Artist: The FlutistMedium: Digital Image of Original work on canvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 3*******This auction is for "Origins I" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6135

"Intensity" by Kelley Devine

Name of Piece: "Intensity"Artist: Kelley DevineMedium: Digital Image of Original CanvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2*******This auction is for "Intensity" - the original canvas art represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6140

"Mind over Matter 1" by ArcMod

Name of Piece: "Mind over Matter 1"Artist: NumerisMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Mind over Matter 1" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6142

"Disco 2020" by The Flutist

Name of Piece: "Disco 2020"Artist: The FlutistMedium: Digital Image of Original work on canvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2*******This auction is for "Disco 2020" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6145

"Close to Carnival" by Kelley Devine

Name of Piece: "Close to Carnival"Artist: Kelley DevineMedium: Digital Image of Original CanvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2*******This auction is for "Close to Carnival" - the original canvas art represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6150

"On the Spectrum 2" by GE2

Name of Piece: "On the Spectrum 2"Artist: GE2Medium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 3*** On the Spectrum 1 10/2 3.1 ETH ***NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "On the Spectrum 2" - by digital artist known as "GE2" This artist creates social commentary pieces, often represented by graphs, numbers and other mathematical symbols.The winner will receive the original digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6155

"Promontory" by Fallen Royalty

Name of Piece: "Promontory"Artist: Fallen RoyaltyMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 1NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Promontory" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6160

"Strong Tower I" by Fallen Royalty

Name of Piece: "Strong Tower I"Artist: Fallen RoyaltyMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 1NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Strong Tower I" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6165

"Heart Attack I" by Fallen Royalty

Name of Piece: "Heart Attack I"Artist: Fallen RoyaltyMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Heart Attack I" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6170

"A Day in the Country" by Edgar Martin

Name of Piece: "A Day in the Country"Artist: Edgar MartinMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 1NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "A Day in the Country" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6175

"Vacation Stripes" by Midwestern Man

Name of Piece: "Vacation Stripes"Artist: NumerisMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Vacation Stripes" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6180

"Beautiful by Nature" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "Beautiful by Nature"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2.5Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/I8SpfOOHJLENFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Beautiful by Nature" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6185

"Make America..." by Midwestern Man

Name of Piece: "Make America..."Artist: Midwestern ManMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Make America..." - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6190

"Island Tings like Bambarra Rum" by Susie Cortez

Name of Piece: "Island Tings like Bambarra Rum"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/iHTRoGiHAeQNFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Island Tings like Bambarra Rum" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6195

"The Cartoon Selfie" by Midwestern Man

Name of Piece: "The Cartoon Selfie"Artist: Midwestern ManMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "The Cartoon Selfie" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6200

"I'll Get You My Pretty" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "I'll Get You My Pretty"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/DIxGUL3Fc0wNFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "I'll Get You My Pretty" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6210

"Clown Series I" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "Clown Series I"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/qljszcSNapgNFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Clown Series I" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6220

"Clown Series II" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "Clown Series II"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/SAo-ZfY6y0MNFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Clown Series II" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6230

"Clown Series III" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "Clown Series III"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/7fCRPts4PQMNFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Clown Series III" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6235

"Gettin Jiggy Wit It" by Susie Cortez (GIF)

Name of Piece: "Gettin Jiggy Wit It"Artist: Susie CortezMedium: Digital Art (GIF)Blockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Link to Original GIF: https://youtu.be/yRZw2KNkpekNFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Gettin Jiggy Wit It" - the GIF represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6240

"Queen of Hearts" by Midwestern Man

Name of Piece: "Queen of Hearts"Artist: Midwestern ManMedium: Digital PhotoBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.This auction is for "Queen of Hearts" - the photograph represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3000 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.


Lot#: 6250

"These Eyes" by Kelley Devine

Name of Piece: "These Eyes"Artist: Kelley DevineMedium: Digital Image of Original CanvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2*******This auction is for "These Eyes" - the original canvas art represented as a digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6260

"Opposition" by Numeris

Name of Piece: "Opposition"Artist: NumerisMedium: Original Digital ArtBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2.5*******This auction is for "Opposition" - the original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6270

"Clownshoot Red" by Numeris

Name of Piece: "Clownshoot Red"Artist: NumerisMedium: Original Digital ArtBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 3*******This auction is for "Clownshoot Red" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6280

"Clownshoot Blue" by Numeris

Name of Piece: "Clownshoot Blue"Artist: NumerisMedium: Original Digital ArtBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 3*******This auction is for "Clownshoot Blue" - The original digital image here. The winner will receive the original digital image transferred to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent SALE or LIST price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**********NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.


Lot#: 6290

"Popeye 1" by Matt Messinger

Name of Piece: "Popeye 1"Artist: Matt Messinger*Medium: Digital Photograph of Original Work CanvasBlockchain: EthereumNumber of Copies: 1Price in ETH: 2Original Canvas is priced at: $10,000This auction is for "Popeye 1" - the digital photo of an original work on canvas. The winner will receive the original image to their Ethereum wallet (we can help with this if the buyer is inexperienced). This NFT can be held, traded or sold. Our estimates on NFT's for auction are based on the last known price a piece of NFT artwork traded for - or another way to say this: it's most recent sale or list price. Since most NFT's are priced in digital currency, such as this one in Ethereum, we have converted it to USD, and we are using $3500 as a reference price for each Ethereum (ETH) token. You may always check the current price of Ethereum online for a more accurate estimate.**************NFT stands for non-fungible token. Simply put, it is a digital token that exists on the blockchain to record proof of ownership for the person holding it. Each token is completely unique because it has its own unique metadata which can NEVER be replicated or replaced for another.An example to better understand this is: bitcoin is a fungible token, and each bitcoin has the same value. However, imagine you?re trading NFT collectibles such as Krypto Kitties. One KryptoKitty NFT will have completely different traits and value to another.A real-life example of this would be: A dollar is a dollar. It is fungible. A plane ticket on the other hand, is non-fungible. Each plane ticket has different information and characteristics and can?t be swapped with another.NFTs can be anything digital. Literally anything can be tokenized, including a photograph which is special to you, one of your tweets, or a two second video of yourself (yes, there are such NFTs). This is a developing market that is already seeing billions of dollars trade hands and many people are purchasing NFT's then they are subsequently resold many times for increasing profits.* About Matt MessingerBest known for paintings which incorporate matte surfaces with symbolic images, generally in black and white. Meticulous fabric collage - often layered from found household linens or flour sacks ? creates a neutral ground which accentuates the flatness of the painting surface. Subtle patterns of drips and graffiti simultaneously create an illusion of spacial depth, contradicting this flatness. It is within this field that Messinger combines visual quotations from popular culture, scientific diagrams or animals ? real and imagined. Messinger's paintings mix serious ideas and icons with lighthearted techniques and imagery. Messinger enjoys symbolism and can be inspired by anything from logos, advertisements and animals, something simple as a number, or as subtle as a texture. Messinger scavenges pop detritus with an eye to nostalgia, humor and subtle irony.Featured in numerous exhibits and Galleries and winner of multiple awards from Glass Tire, the artists resides in Houston, Texas.


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