As non-fungible token (NFT) technology continues to grow in popularity in sports and digital arts, quite unusual ideas have started to emerge. Because, thanks to the power of blockchain technology, even gas extracted from the large intestine can turn into money.
An artist based in Ney York, Brooklyn, and his close friends sold digital artworks depicting their one-year fuss for $ 85 on the NFT marketplace OpenSea.
The artists, who said that the project was implemented during the COVID-19 quarantine process that started last year, started loud promotions after seeing that many NFT projects were paid a crazy amount of money.
Large intestine gas became NFT
Flatulence NFTs listed on Opensea. Source: Opensea
Alex Ramírez-Mallis, the name behind the flattery project, used the following statement in an interview with the New York Post, referring to the absurdity of the work they created:
“The NFT madness is absurd – so is the idea of valuing something abstract by its nature … [saçmalıkları] I hope you can criticize and enrich me while making people laugh. “
As reported by Cointelegraph, it was stated that the world-famous comics company DC Comics is also in a feasibility study to enter the NFT market. In a letter sent to freelancers by Jay Kogan, Senior Vice President of Legal Affairs at DC Comics, it was stated that they exchanged ideas on NFT.
As will be remembered, the digital artwork named “Everydays: The First 5000 Days” by digital artist Mike Winkelmann, known as Beeple, was recently sold for over $ 69 million.