- Premium NFT auction titled Genesis will commence along with Binance NFT Marketplace launch
- The auction will feature two iconic artworks — Andy Warhol’s Three Self-Portraits and Salvador Dali’s Divine Comedy: rebeget
- The auction will start on June 24, 2021, at 10 AM (UTC+8)
The Binance NFT Marketplace will launch on June 24, 2021, at 10 AM (UTC+8). With the launch, the marketplace introduces the first premium NFT auction called Genesis. The auction will feature two iconic artworks as NFTs. These are Andy Warhol’s Three Self-Portraits and Salvador Dali’s Divine Comedy: rebeget.
Helen Hai, the Head of Binance NFT, says that Binance resonates with Genesis in terms of introducing innovations to the world. According to Hai, the Genesis auction will revolutionize the NFT industry in the same way that Binance revolutionizes the financial technology market.
Binance shares similar values as ‘Genesis’, revolutionizing the fintech space with blockchain technology and crypto.
To celebrate the launch of the Binance NFT marketplace, the team decided to pay homage to two iconic artists and their works. According to their announcement, Andy Warhol and ElSalvador Dali’s works show the same innovative approach to art as the NFT landscape’s spirit.
Andy Warhol popularized the innovative silk screening method as an artistic technique. The artwork Three Self-Portraits which will be included in the Genesis auction represents a remarkable application of this technique.
On the other hand, Salvador Dali’s artwork Divine Comedy: rebeget is a tribute to one of the best literary works of all time — Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. It was originally created for the Italian government to celebrate Alighieri’s birth.
Now, these two iconic works of art will be transcending time through the Genesis auction.
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