Beeple and the founder of Pitchfork are launching an NFT site where you can buy moments in time

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A box containing a digital display, which shows an image of Andy Murray kissing a trophy after winning Wimbledon in 2013.
Some sales include a digital display showcasing the moment being purchased. | Image: Wenew

After selling an NFT for $69 million in March, Beeple is making his next big move in the digital art space: he’s launching an NFT platform that’ll sell “iconic” moments in time.

The platform, called Wenew, is co-founded by Beeple and some longtime collaborators. They’re also bringing on Ryan Schreiber, the founder of Pitchfork, as Wenew’s editor-in-chief. Schreiber will help curate the moments sold on the platform, which will include highlights from the careers of athletes and artists.

“We’re definitely looking at this as sort of immortalizing these moments of human achievement for collectors,” Schreiber told The Verge.

Image: Wenew
Wenew calls the digital displays “physical artifacts.”

Wenew’s first NFT series...

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