How The Latest Addition to High-performing NFT Art Collections To Boost Value in OpenSea

How The Latest Addition to High-performing NFT Art Collections To Boost Value in OpenSea

Blockchain
November 24, 2021 by mvp00
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The expression “the devil is in the details” takes on a whole new meaning, as the most recent crypto collection by Madgab piques high interest amongst buyers. London, England, 20 November 2021 – Headline crypto collections like CryptoPunks and Edifice by Ben Kovach won’t be alone in driving traffic or value to OpenSea any time
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The expression “the devil is in the details” takes on a whole new meaning, as the most recent crypto collection by Madgab piques high interest amongst buyers.

London, England, 20 November 2021 – Headline crypto collections like CryptoPunks and Edifice by Ben Kovach won’t be alone in driving traffic or value to OpenSea any time soon (a total of more than 725K in Ether volume traded).  Spain-based digital artist Madgab has hit the ground running, showcasing his most prominent collection called The Devil Wears Bitcoin on the largest non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace platform.

The stark differences compared to other artwork series explain the growth in interest for the limited Madgab pieces.

Whilst Edifice by Ben Kovach garners attention through the visually complex intricacies threading throughout the layered constructions, The Devil Wears Bitcoin plays on simple imagery and a reduced colour palette to underpin the turbulent and morally questionable relationship between high-profile figures and cryptocurrency Bitcoin.  At the same time, artist Madgab breaks away from the pixelated elements so characteristic of the CryptoPunks to embolden the series with solid, eye-catching backgrounds and detailed Bitcoin symbols as pupils.

In an industry where uniqueness and creativity triumph, the latest collection by Madgab is certain to deliver a high return on investment for buyers all around.

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