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Hermitage to sell works by Da Vinci, Van Gogh and Monet on Binance’s NFT Marketplace

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Hermitage to sell works by Da Vinci, Van Gogh and Monet on Binance’s NFT Marketplace

Hermitage to sell works by Da Vinci, Van Gogh and Monet on Binance’s NFT Marketplace

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – One of the most famous art galleries in the world, the Hermitage Museum, will offer its digitized works of art – including a Da Vinci, a … 08.31.2021, Sputnik Mundo

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The collection will include five iconic works by great artists housed at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, and which will be presented in the form of an ultra-high-resolution digital copy with a live signature of the museum’s director general, Mikhail. Piotrovski. The five works up for auction are: Madonna Litta by Leonardo da Vinci, Judit by Giorgione, The Lilacs by Vincent Van Gogh, Composition VI by Wassily Kandinsky and Corner of the Garden in Montgeron by Claude Monet, together with a digital copy of the original that is kept in the Hermitage, the buyer will receive a digital video that will show Piotrovski certifying the replica with his signature and indicating the exact time of authentication.The auction will begin at 12:00 GMT on August 31 and will end at the same time The starting price of each lot is set at 10,000 BUSD, a fiat-backed regulated stablecoin pegged to the US dollar. For each BUSD unit, according to Binance, there is one US dollar in reserve. All the money raised in the auction will go to the Hermitage Museum. Non-convertible NFT tokens (based on blockchain technology) allow any user to acquire them. intellectual property certificates on all kinds of works of art and digital collectibles: images, music and even tweets.

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – One of the most famous art galleries in the world, the Hermitage Museum, will offer its digitized works of art – including a Da Vinci, a Van Gogh and a Monet – in the non-expendable token market (NFT) of Binance, announced this cryptocurrency exchange platform.

The collection will include five iconic works by great artists housed at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, and which will be presented in the form of an ultra-high-resolution digital copy with a live signature of the museum’s director general, Mikhail. Pyotrovski.

The five works to be auctioned are: Madonna Litta by Leonardo da Vinci, Judit by Giorgione, Lilacs by Vincent Van Gogh, Composition VI by Wassily Kandinsky and Garden Corner at Montgeron by Claude Monet.

Along with a digital copy of the original kept at the Hermitage, the buyer will receive a digital video showing Piotrovski certifying the replica with his signature and indicating the exact time of authentication.

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The auction will begin at 12:00 GMT on August 31 and will end at the same time on September 7.

The starting price of each lot is set at 10,000 BUSD, a fiat-backed regulated stablecoin pegged to the US dollar. For every BUSD unit, according to Binance, there is one US dollar in reserve.

All money raised from the auction will go to the Hermitage Museum.

Non-convertible NFT tokens (based on blockchain technology) allow any user to acquire intellectual property certificates on all kinds of works of art and digital collectibles: images, music and even tweets.

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