Digital dreams: two NFT collections by Malaysian artist Katun rake in over RM1.6mil

Artist Katun has set a new record for NFT art sales in Malaysia, with his NFT collections 'Apes Stand Strong' and 'Mystical Fruits' recently earning more than RM1.6mil in 24-hours on the SuperFarm launchpad. Photo: Katun

It is not just Pokemon that can evolve, now your digital artwork can transform into something else too.

Kuala Lumpur-based artist/illustrator Katun (Abdul Hafiz Abdul Rahman) kicked off his NFT journey with a bang on Aug 18, with two of his "evolving" NFT collections sold for a total of over RM1.6mil in 24 hours.

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