Thanks to NFTs, digital artists have a new, lucrative revenue stream. Graphic designer Beeple, for example, sold a piece of digital art for $6.6 million at a Christie’s auction.
It seems that Mike Mann is another person who has cashed in on the digital art craze at the moment, as he has reported the sale of DigitalArtists.com for $300,000:
Digital artists/scientists sold https://t.co/EbOWBLSxE1 $300,000.
— Mike Mann (@mikemanndotcom) March 10, 2021
WHOIS data currently shows that Mann is still the registered owner of DigitalArtists.com, so the buyer is unknown. Given the NFT trend, I would expect the new owner to be connected to that field.
The next DNJournal chart will have stiff competition for the top ten, as GoDaddy also released several six-figure sales earlier today.
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This is so exciting digital and token names are going to crush it this next 5 years. This is the future. If you got digital or token domains hold onto them because your names will be in massive demand in next 5 years.
I hand registered GetDigitalArt.com.