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WHAT do you do with a US$69mil (RM284.9mil) artwork that doesn’t physically exist?
LONDON (Reuters) - What do you do with a $69 million artwork that doesn't physically exist?
India-born Vignesh Sundaresan plans to display his digital art in a virtual gallery
THE blockchain entrepreneur who paid a record US$69.3mil (RM286mil) for a digital artwork looks, at first glance, nothing like a wealthy collector.
PETALING JAYA: Vignesh Sundaresan, a Singapore-based blockchain entrepreneur, created enough buzz last week for the art world to take notice of him when he paid a whopping US$69mil (RM286.11mil) in cryptocurrency for a piece of digital art.
It took a few minutes for Vignesh Sundaresan and Anand Venkateswaran to realise that they’d parted with US$69.3mil (RM287.35mil) for a digital artwork stored in a JPEG file, coincidentally securing their place in art history.
HE may have spent a record US$69mil (RM283mil) worth of cryptocurrency on a piece of digital art, but entrepreneur Vignesh Sundaresan insists he is just an “ordinary” man with no real estate to his name, at least not in the “real world”.
An Indian-born blockchain entrepreneur revealed himself as the mystery buyer of Beeple's "Everydays: The First 5000 Days" digital artwork, saying he did it to show people of colour could be patrons of art.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The mysterious Singapore investor who spent a record US$69 million (S$93 million) worth of cryptocurrency on a digital collage has revealed his identity.