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The artwork titled “I Can’t Breathe” is sold at auction by cryptocurrencies

June 1, 2020

Osinachi, a Nigerian digital self-taught artist, Sold his latest digital artwork “I can’t breathe” on May 31 for 7 Etherum (ETH), approximately $ 1,703 at the time of printing on the Blockchain Art social networking website SuperRare.

The collection is about one thing

Osinachi’s play reflects the violence that was triggered in an American city in Mediapolis and auctioned off in less than six hours. According to the artist, part of the proceeds will be used for a specific purpose. He said: “Part of the proceeds from this NFT go to the Black Lives Matter movement.”

Osinachi was the first Nigerian artist to exhibit art at the 2018 Ethereal Summit in New York. He was also selected for the Bridgeman Studio Award 2019.

The artwork titled “I Can’t Breathe” is sold at auction by cryptocurrenciesThe artwork titled “I Can’t Breathe” is sold at auction by cryptocurrencies

As Cointelegraph has already reported, that is Crypto art can be seen as an investment with the same potential as any other cryptocurrency and token.

Blockchain has boosted the art market

Every artwork in SuperRare is authentically created online by an artist. You will then be supported by the Ethereum blockchain to check the origin and keep track of the entire course of the part.

The artwork has been marked as a non-consumable ERC-721 token, a crypto-collectible digital item that can be exchanged or held as a long-term investment because it is a token that is as unique as the artwork itself. Artists can choose to have theirs Would like to auction creations or sell them at a fixed price.