Thursday, July 29


copia, juego, Nintendo, Noticias, subasta, Super Mario 64, Videojuegos

Sell ​​a Sealed Super Mario 64 Game and Get Rich | Digital Trends Spanish

For whatever reason, there are many people who are willing to pay a generous amount of money for old video games. These values ​​can become historical if the product being sold is in perfect condition. Last weekend, a person auctioned off a sealed copy of Super Mario 64 for just over $ 1.5 million, making it a record high. It may seem strange, especially considering that this game turned out to be a bestseller with millions of units sold, but the auctioneer assures that the state of the copy, in perfect condition, distinguishes it from other poorly maintained ones. NintendoIn fact, the game box is rated 9.8 A ++ on the Wata scale. This means that it is in almost the same condition as when it left the factory. Thus, this transaction surpasses the previous record held by an unusual copy...
código, Computación, Error, Internet, Noticias, subasta, Tim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web

The code that Tim Berners-Lee auctioned has a bug | Digital Trends Spanish

British engineer Tim Berners-Lee is considered the creator of the web as we know it. For this reason, he made headlines when he decided to sell an NFT with the source code of the World Wide Web. The auction reached $ 5.4 million, making it one of the most expensive NFTs of all time. It is not yet known who paid this amount, what is known is that the amount will benefit different organizations that Berners-Lee supports. The person who won the auction took home a digital copy of the 10,000 lines that make up the source code of the original web browser, an animated video showing how the code was written, as well as a letter signed by its creator. However, Mikko Hypponen, a researcher at computer security company F-Secure, pointed out that the auctioned code could contain an error. Hold ...
código original, Computación, NFT, Noticias, subasta, Tim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web

How much did they auction off the original WWW code as NFT | Digital Trends Spanish

Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the World Wide Web (WWW), finally auctioned its original code as an NFT with his digital autograph. According an article from the BBC, NFTs are a sole proprietary form for digital items that do not necessarily include copyright control. They have also been heavily criticized for being seen as a money-making scheme, as well as being harmful to the environment. The auction house Sotheby's was in charge of the sale of the code and the money obtained will go to different causes that Berners-Lee and his wife will choose personally. The highest bid stood at $ 3.5 million for most of the last day of the auction, but there were a lot of bids in the last 15 minutes. The auction began on June 23, with an opening bid of $ 1,000. This particular work is made up o...
coleccion, criptodivisas, Hot Wheels, Mattel, NFT, Noticias, subasta, Tendencias

Mattel Auction Hot Wheels NFT Collection | Digital Trends Spanish

Mattel ventures into the world of NFTs, particularly its Hot Wheels toy line. From now on, fans will be able to own and trade limited edition digital facsimiles of their favorite Hot Wheels vehicles. NFT stands for non-fungible token, that is, a piece of digital content that belongs to the user and that retains information about the creator. Most of these NFTs use cryptocurrencies, a decentralized digital currency that offers some discretion for whoever spends it. What is Hot Wheels turning into digital toys? The beginning of this collection starts with Twin Mill, Bone Shaker and Deora II, but getting them might not be as easy as the brand's physical toys that can be purchased in local markets. They will be auctioned at this link June 22 at 9 a.m. Pacific (12 p.m. Eastern). The auctio...
dinosaurios, dólares, Estados Unidos, museos, Noticias, subasta, T-Rex, Tendencias, Tiranosaurio Rex

T-Rex skeleton auction would break all records | Digital Trends Spanish

Okay, we admit it: the Tyrannosaurus rex It is one of our favorite dinosaurs, especially for those of us who grew up in the nineties and the cinema and literature were in charge of growing this admiration for the giant with the short arms. This fanaticism can reach unsuspected instances, as it can now happen with the auction of the most complete skeleton of T-rex, which can reach a record sale price. This is Stan, named after Stan Sacrison, a paleontologist who discovered him in 1987, on private land near Buffalo, South Dakota. The skeleton dates back to the Upper Cretaceous, between 66 and 67 million years ago. Stan spent the last decades at the Black Hills Institute in South Dakota, where he was studied. As a result, paleontologists have generated a large number of ...