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The renowned photographer sells digital art on a blockchain platform supported by twins

The renowned photographer and filmmaker, Lyle Owerko sells its digital artwork on Nifty Gateway, a blockchain platform supported by Cryptocurrency Exchange Gemini.

Owerko, sponsored by Madonna and Jay-Z, is auctioning works that are part of his Boombox project. The limited-edition virtual artwork for sale features multi-colored boombox illustrations at prices ranging from $ 20 to $ 2,500. The sales page says:

“On the Lyle market you will find some trademarks of Lyle Owerko. He has been working on the Boombox project since 2005. The works of the Boombox project are collected by the biggest names in the music industry. The Boombox project included photography and sculpture and now a collection of nifties on Nifty Gateway. There are 6 Nifties games available, each with different amounts and prices. “

Owerko became famous after capturing the horrors of September 11th as a photographerHis art focuses on the representation of modernity. During his life worked for Time Magazine, MTV, Sundance Channel and others. According to his brilliant side:

“Lyle Owerko has embraced this technology and medium from the start. He has always been enthusiastic about his Nifty project and firmly believes in adopting Nifties as an artistic medium.”

Tokenized artwork

The renowned photographer sells digital art on a blockchain platform supported by twins
The renowned photographer sells digital art on a blockchain platform supported by twins

Blockchain-based tokens can potentially facilitate access to fixed assetslike works of art. NFTs also ensure the uniqueness of every digital asset and prevent piracy and duplication. As Cointelegraph reported in mid-March, Nifty Gateway is now the first dollar-based exchange for non-usable tokens.

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