Andy Warhol Art To Be Sold For Bitcoin Via Ethereum Blockchain
In the latest landmark for Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, a London art gallery will later this month auction a portion of Andy Warhol’s 1980 work 14 Small Electric Chairs for cryptocurrencies.
Dadiani Fine Art in London’s upmarket Mayfair, through its luxury market place Dadiani Syndicate and in partnership with blockchain platform Maecenas Fine Art, will put 49% of the Warhol work up for sale in cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Ethereum on June 20.
The piece is currently valued at $5.6 million — that’s about 730 Bitcoin. The reserve price for the piece is set at $4 million and all buyers must comply with local regulation to prevent money laundering.
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