Quartz has made an NFT of one of its articles
Financial news site Quartz has turned one of its articles into an NFT, or nonfungible token.
Samanth Subramanian and David Yanofsky write, “The market for non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, has been racking up plenty of firsts. The first NFT artwork to be auctioned by Christie’s. The first Oscar-nominated movie to be released as an NFT. The first tweet by Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, sold as an NFT. The first NFT album: Kings of Leon’s When You See Yourself.
“Let it never be said that Quartz is behind the curve. We converted an article—this very article, in fact—into an NFT, a digital asset that essentially serves as its own certificate of ownership and authenticity.”
Read more here. There are currently no offers, and the reserve price is $18.27.
Bidding will end on March 21 at 8 p.m. You can bid here.
Proceeds of the sale will be contributed to the Lauren Brown Fellowship at the International Women’s Media Foundation, which supports women journalists from underrepresented backgrounds.