Why Should You Care About a $69.3m Digital Artwork?

On March 11, 2021, digital artist Beeple became one of the top three most valuable living artists when his digital art collection was auctioned for a whopping $69.3 million. A friend of mine, Peter Kell, bought the “Homer PEPE” digital card for $39k two years ago, and sold it on February 28th for 205 ETH (equivalent to ~half a million dollars)

Beeple got his money while his buyer received an NFT (non-fungible token) of the artwork. This is to show you the value of Digital art. More proof that NFT’s are the real deal and will be a big part of…

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Rachid Akiki, MD, MBA

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Decentralizing healthcare 🚀 Medical Doctor turned Serial Entrepreneur. Boston & Miami-based. Studied physics, medicine, radiology, & business. Always Learning

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