A unique Spiderman drawing by Marvel comic artist Adam Kubert sold for 12.75 Ether (ETH) ($ 25,000) after becoming a non-fungible character on the Ethereum blockchain.
Kubert’s piece is one of 25 unique works of art expected to be released as NFT by various Marvel artists, including Dan Panosian, Matteo Scalera, Dave Johnson, Andy Kubert and Eric Canete, as announced on February 15th.
The NFTs are sold on Portion.io, a platform that allows users to create and auction rare works of art on the Ethereum blockchain.
A recent announcement from the Portion team said: “We want to announce that Marvel professional artists have decided to make Portion.io their home and will be releasing approximately 25 unique Marvel pieces on the Portion.io platform . […] The first wave of artists are Dan Panosian, Matteo Scalera, Dave Johnson, Andy Kubert, Adam Kubert and Eric Canete. “
Some of the NFTs offer additional bonuses for potential buyers, e.g. B. Original physical artboards and signed comics. On the same day, Portion announced a new partnership with the rare comic and illustration center Essential Sequential. Portion expects a rare migration of rare works of art to the NFT platform in the coming years.. With regards to Essential Sequential, the latest announcement read:
“Find original artwork, books, prints, and more from some of the most iconic names in the business. We believe that over time, our platform will be the place for the merging of iconic art and digital persistence. “
As reported by Cointelegraph, In the past 30 days alone, NFT has sold over $ 100 million. The perception of NFTs as a legitimate reservoir of artwork, or value in general, was recently heightened when London auction house Christie’s auctioned its first all-digital work.