What is crypto art | In the spotlight

  • Crypto art are digital works that are paid for with virtual currencies

  • Move millions of euros

  • Javier Arrés is a Spanish crypto-artist who has sold his works for more than half a million dollars

It has neither marble nor canvases, but the cryptart is moving millions of euros. Is about digital works that are paid for with virtual currencies and some reach exorbitant prices. For example, a collage made up of more than 5,000 virtual images has sold for more than 69 million dollars at the prestigious Christie’s auction house. That figure exceeds the selling price of Salvador Dalí’s most expensive painting.

The work auctioned at Christie’s.cuatro.com

Javier Arres is a Spanish artist whose works went from not being sold to being worth more than half a million euros thanks to cryptocurrencies. Last year, this crypto artist reached sales worth half a million dollars.

Arrés has spoken with ‘En el punto de mira’ to explain to us what his work consists of and how he has managed to give this cryptopelotazo. He previously worked in graphic design and as a waiter and earned about 1,300 euros a month. But now his life has taken a radical turn. His collection ‘Cool glasses’ (Cool glasses) is made up of 26 animated glasses that were auctioned and in the first hour they had already sold for half a million dollars.

This crypto hit has a lot of work behind it and has allowed Arrés to turn his lifestyle around. He no longer cares about the rent and allows himself some everyday luxuries, like going almost everywhere by taxi or ordering food from good restaurants.

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Another of Arrés’ works.cuatro.com


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