A visualization of ERC20 token transfers on the Ethereum blockchain by Peter Ruppel and Friedhelm Victor, May 2019.
Contract address: 0xbc34985b4d345aea933d5cac19f3a86bd1fb398f License: CC BY 4.0 — The Token Gallery by Peter Ruppel and Friedhelm Victor (tokengallery.net)
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On Wednesday, art investment startup Maecenas opened online registration to participate in an event it is billing as “the world’s first ever blockchain-based auction of fine art.” But in my opinion, slicing into the details lays bare a number of deficiencies that also apply to much of the overheated art and blockchain space. (If you’re not familiar with that space yet, check out my primer from earlier this year.)
Source: The Gray Market: How One Warhol Auction Embodies the Blind Spots of Many Blockchain Art Startups (and Other Insights) | artnet News
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