Friday, September 24

NFT’s collection of apes sold for a million | Digital Trends Spanish

The NFT fever seems to be far from over. Now, a series of ape-shaped NFTs have sold at auction for more than $ 26 million.

The figures in question are part of a collection called Bored Ape Yacht Club and strictly speaking, they are illustrations of apes in cartoon code with different costumes, clothes, accessories, expressions and so on. And just as the name suggests, apes always seem to be bored.

The auction was held in two parts. The first consisted of 101 figures and was sold for exactly $ 24.4 million, while a second pack of figures (101 other cartoons) were sold for $ 1.8 million.

The price difference is explained by the fact that while the first collection was the apes, the second was the apes’ pets.

These apes belong to a larger collection of 10,000 ape cartoons created by a company called Yuga Labs. Now, the curious detail is that these are not exactly hand-drawn drawings, but that they are all computer generated.

Those who buy one of these figures receive, in addition to the ditto, the intellectual property rights of the piece. And they become members of an exclusive club that gives them access to servers and groups of platforms such as Telegram or Discord.

How could it be otherwise, the auction of these exotic collections are paid in digital currency; in this case, cryptocurrency transactions, although it was not specified in which one the buyers of the boring apes paid.

If someone thought that selling NFTs was going to be temporary, let them forget it: more and more parts are being sold, at prices that for normal humans can be ridiculous. An example is the collection of a 12-year-old boy who made $ 400,000 selling whale cartoons, but in the form of an unreplicable NFT.

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