Rare ancient coins as NFT's listed on OpenSea

Licinius I Roman Gold Coin as Non Fungible Token on OpenSea

Licinius I Aureus as NFT Art on OpenSea

A Selection of 13 Rare ancient coins has been listed on OpenSea by DFGrotjohann. The buyers don't just buy the NFT, they receive the ancient coin with the NFT.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, October 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — This is new! Ancient coins listed as NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens). Would Julius Caesar or Alexander the Great themselves, ever had imagined, that their coins, issued under their authority, ever would be come digitalised on a crypto blockchain?! Well it is happening. Deniz Fuat Grotjohann, a 3rd generation Numismatist and Coin-dealer has now listed a selection of 13 rare greek, roman and byzantine coins as NFTs on the popular NFT trading platform OpenSea. In this case the buyers of the NFTs not only just receive the digital art work, they receive the actual physical ancient corresponding coin together with the NFT.

The hype in the recent months and years around Crypto and NFTs indicates that Crypto and NFTs are here to stay. The Facebook Company is now ‘Meta’, Elon Musk the richest human on the planet and AI generates crypto-art and god knows what else. Another indicator that we are headed in to a digital era beyond what we previously only could have imagined from science fiction movies. Art build in to the Ethereum Blockchain to last forever? Digital provenances and art certificates embedded in the NFT? Science Fiction or Back to the Future? Well it is happening.

Fact is, the market for non-fungible tokens is evolving at the speed of light and the selection of rare NFTs is growing by the minute. Where will this go? Virtual tours in the Louvre from the comfort of Your living room? Already happening! Welcome to the era of digital art and the digitalisation of the planet.

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