Auctionity makes record sale on its platform

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May 31, 2019 by Hitesh Malviya



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A unique cryptocollectible was sold at auction on the Auctionity platform for more than 8 ETH. This sale took place on April 25 as part of a special event held during the Crypto Games Conference in Minsk. The cryptocollectible, named Darta-Nyan, is the only musketeer Blockchain Cutie in existence and was created especially in honor

A unique
cryptocollectible was sold at auction on the Auctionity platform for more than
8 ETH. This sale took place on April 25 as part of a special event held during
the Crypto Games Conference in Minsk.

The
cryptocollectible, named Darta-Nyan, is the only musketeer Blockchain Cutie in
existence and was created especially in honor of the latest collaboration
between Auctionity and Blockchain Cuties Universe. The sale was animated on the
Auctionity saleroom and broadcasted live at the
Crypto Games Conference in Minsk. All the proceeds of this sale were given to
the TeenGuru Project which helps teenagers from Belarus to acquire skills in
the field of blockchain and new technology so they can become the new
entrepreneurs of tomorrow. This sale is a concrete illustration of Auctionity’s potential and ended at 8.1
ETH, thus becoming a record sale on the platform.

Auctionity’s
development is picking up speed. Recently, Auctionity collaborated with the
Ethereum-based art platform KnownOrigin for the Creative Challenge, an event
dedicated to digital art in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Through
this challenge, eight artworks were selected and then
auctioned on the Auctionity saleroom. The winner of the challenge, an artwork
called Structure of Reality and created by Barabeke, was
sold for 0,95 ETH.

Including
this new category in the saleroom is a big step forward for Auctionity. This
choice proves that art does have its place in the world of blockchain
technology.

Following
the success of Darta-Nyan’s sale during the Crypto Games Conference, Auctionity
has decided to strengthen its partnership with KnownOrigin by holding a similar
auction during the International Digital Art Festival, which will take place on
the 26th of June. The auction will happen live from the festival in Manchester
but will be accessible from anywhere in the world as it will be broadcasted on
the Auctionity saleroom. 



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