While most of us understand that the indestructible signs are Great deception, not every day you see everything artwork is happening in the digital world of NFT. But we heard about what might appear on Tuesday when an unidentified man spent $ 340,000 on NFT from Banksy’s page, just knowing it was false.
The ability to create digital art emerged at Banksy’s official page Tuesday morning under the now-removed URLbanky.co.uk/nft.html. ”The only page on the page was JPEG of what Banksy probably took $ 1 billion The hypoPunk hype train, which has similar reviews of artists, this time of carbon dioxide NFT graphics are left behind. The title, if you may be surprised, was “The Great Distribution of Natural Disasters.”
Picture of Tragedy said list at the Opensea NFT market earlier today with a passing artist “he recited, ”Which is similar to the slanderous name used by Banksy in the past. In other words, it seems to be legitimate – or about legitimacy like NFT graphics can be, anyway — so people started betting. The winner of the series of photos will be a crypto name collector named “Pranksy, ”Who spent 100 ETH (over $ 340,000 USD) on the project, according to blockchain notes.
That’s when things started to go awry. The page on Banksy’s page was deleted silently, not to mention the page’s appearance. Speaking by the BBC In the incident, an anonymous buyer said he suspected Banksy’s page had been stolen, and another fraudulent artist had posted a page that appeared to be legitimate.
In a statement sent to the BBC, Banksy told the court that “any Banksy NFT markets are not affiliated with the artist in any way.” Reach out to Insect protection, an agency that acts as a public speaker for Banksy journalists, on any changes.
For now, the strange NFT confusion seems to have a happy ending. Gaakman apparently restored 100 ETH return to Pranksy’s account just hours after the sale of his fake piece to close. Buyer confirmed on Motherboard that they are planning to preserve the artwork – for now.