• Valuart Sells Its First NFT Artwork “Spike” For 65 ETH Worth About $153,000

  • Valuart announced that it sold its first NFT artwork for 65 ETH, valued at approximately $152,370.

    According to Valuart, it will donate half of the proceeds from the “Spike” NFT auction.

    Valuart announced it sold its first NFT artwork for 65 ETH, worth about $152,370 based on the current price of Ether at the time of this writing.

    Valuart, a platform designed to collect and buy non-forgeable tokens (NFTs), has sold its first NFT artwork at auction for 65 ETH, valued at around $152,370.

    Founded by cryptocurrency enthusiasts Etan Genini, Vittorio Grigòlo and Michele Fiscalini, Valuart connects art collectors with creators, enabling them to access new opportunities to monetize their work through the medium of NFT.

    The platform aims to help artists discern the value of their work by linking physical art to blockchain technology. In other words, Valuart is bringing traditional masterpieces and artists’ work to the digital world through NFTs.

    In addition, the blockchain-based NFT company also introduces sold NFTs. says Valuart.

    Spike NFT, based on Banksy’s unique artwork of the same name, presents an amazing environment created by Valuart by combining state-of-the-art CGI with the amazing aria “E lucevan le stelle” sung for this purpose by the world-famous tenor Vittorio Grigolo.

    What’s more, Valuart says it is also re-imagining some of the most iconic works of art ever created.” The company added: “Breathing new life into a classic medium gives today’s collectors access to a creative piece of art history.

    According to Valuart, it will donate half of the proceeds from the “Spike” NFT auction to support people suffering from conflict, disease and poverty around the world.

    Valuart has therefore entered into a partnership with Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders). This partnership will help the Aouda Hospital project to access surgery, anesthesia, pharmacy, physiotherapy and mental health.

    Following this, Leandro Sugameli, a member of Médecins Sans Frontières in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, said.

    MSF is the difference between life and death. Providing medical help to people who are suffering is about protecting them from being attacked as human beings. Working with Valuart has been a valuable partnership for us and an example of a relationship based on trust.

    “By choosing to work with us,” says Sugameli, “Valuart has decided to translate their support into concrete action: to be at the forefront, to be the protagonist of real change, to be part of an effective solution.

    What’s more, this is not the last of Valuart’s support, as it is always looking for partners to make its support have a significant impact on the world.

    Recently, Valuart also announced the creation of an NFT – the only digital version of “Mantum and the Stole” – by Stefano Zanella, which was worn by Pope John Paul II in 1999 on the occasion of the opening of the Holy Door in the Vatican Basilica.

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