With a net worth of R23 billion, Michael Jordan is the wealthiest retired athlete in the world. Take a look at his investments…
A new Jeff Koons project will see him get involved with NFT’s and
send sculptures to the Moon later this year.
Almost R2 million for a digital piece of Nelson Mandela art. Madiba magic is now in the world of NFTs too it seems!
An NFT version of a 61-year-old arrest warrant for South Africa’s former President Nelson Mandela will go under the hammer in Cape Town.
South African film ‘Two Hues’ becomes the first African feature film to be funded in the Non-fungible Token (NFT) space.
It’s legal to trade in real rhino horns within South Africa, but in this case, the original horn is locked away for safekeeping
A secret spy ‘pen gun’ that was once owned by Oliver Tambo has been tokenised into a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) and is going up for sale.
Digital love: Influencer Marta Rentel is the first person to sell her love as an NFT to an unknown buyer who she will be going on a dinner date with…
Actress Mila Kunis is diving head first into crypto by turning her new animated series into a NFT (non-fungible token).
Self-taught magician Wian van den Berg is the first social media influencer in Africa to sell his own ‘how-to’ magic tricks as NFTs.
Another classic piece of internet culture has been auctioned off for a six-figure sum, the latest viral sensation from the 2000s to be eagerly snapped up by digital collectors of ‘non fungible tokens’ or NFTs.
Canadian singer-songwriter The Weeknd has revealed on Twitter that his “new song living in NFT space” is coming soon.
NFT is fast becoming the acronym of 2021, offering a new way to sell digital art online, and stars like Grimes are getting in on the act.
The sale of ‘Everydays: the First 5,000 Days’, a virtual mosaic created by Mike Winkelmann, aka Beeple, caused upheaval on the art market, where digital art was still a niche just six months ago.