• The Banksy-inspired NFT “Spike” sold for more than $150,000 on Valuart

  • According to a press release, Valuar, a Black-based NFT company, has completed their recent NFT auction in which they sold NFT Artwork titled “Spike.” Half of the proceeds from the auction will be donated to charity.

    Spike NFT is inspired by the work of renowned artist Banksy of the same name. NFT was created using CGI and the aria “E lucevan le stelle” performed by Vittorio Grigolo, a world-renowned tenor.

    Valuart recreates the most iconic artworks ever created and modernizes classic mediums, allowing modern collectors and investors to acquire pieces of art in digital form. For that purpose, the company has hired leading artists, institutions, and celebrities.

    Valuart authenticates artwork on the blockchain and then creates a Digital Original of the artwork. Valuart contextualizes NFT by adding various content to it with the help of market-leading creators, in addition to the art itself. Their primary goal is to link physical art and blockchain technology.

    Valuart has already begun work on their next project, the NFT and only digital version of “Mantum and the Stole.” Stefano Zanella created the piece, which Pope John Paul II wore on the night the Vatican Basilica’s Holy Door was opened. Valuart will also reveal a number of collaborations with well-known artists and celebrities. Furthermore, the company will soon begin working with the world’s largest cryptocurrency companies.

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