Yuga Labs Is taking the First step to NFTs are more popular to CryptoPunk #305 is available for donation to museums all over the globe to the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami.

The NFTChoose the right to Remember Miami’s area code, features a pixelated image of A woman sporting a virtual reality headset with a blonde hairstyle. The digital artwork is one of 10,000 NFTs in the CryptoPunks collection, which Yuga acquired from Larva Labs last year. 

The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami will Add CryptoPunk #305 to The collection was completed Dec.

Courtesy of Yuga Labs

Last week CryptoPunks knocked off another Yuga Labs collection, Bored Ape Yacht Club, to It will be restored to its former status the most valuable NFT collection. Multiple CryptoPunks They have been sold for millions of USD, and the cheapest NFT in the Collection will You will pay nearly $80,000

Yuga’s donation to ICA Miami It is the First in Its Punks Legacy Project, which aims to to donate You can also install multiple other CryptoPunks in Contemporary art museums all around the world. The company also will Museums can request resources for Web3 education, crypto art history and crypto security. NFT The best practices to A statement was published Tuesday.

“Just like how Jeff Koons and Andy Warhol drove a renaissance for contemporary art, I hope that CryptoPunks can lead that charge for NFTs,” said Noah Davis, Yuga Labs’ CryptoPunk brand lead.

Once contained to a niche corner of the Internet and NFTs are gaining prominence in Pop culture is omnipresent the past year following digital artist Beeple’s sale of An NFT at Christie’s auction house for $69 million last year. 

ICA Miami will Add CryptoPunk #305 to Its collection began Dec. 3, and it will continue until December 31, will Keep it open to Visitors through the End of the year. The museum has one. of the First to NFTs were added to the collection and CryptoPunk #5293 was received last year from Eduardo Burillo, investor and trustee. 

“ICA Miami’s collection reflects the art and ideas that define our present moment and drive forward cultural conversations,” ICA Miami Alex Gartenfeld, Artistic Director in the statement.

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