New Platform by Beeple to Record Moments on the Blockchain

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Beeple NFT platform

Digital artist Beeple, the author of the most expensive, $69 M worth NFT "Everydays: The First 5000 Days", has released his own platform.

Beeple co-founded with American online music publication Pitchfork founder Ryan Schreiber for the initiative. The market is called WENEW. It presented the first auction on July 2 and will close the initial sale on July 5.

The collection called "moments" was built as a result of collaboration with the tennis tournament Wimbledon and Andy Murray, the winner of the sports tournament Grand Slam.

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The NFT is in the form of a video clip where the historical moment of Andy Murray's winning the Grand Slam in 2013 is captured. Winning the game, Andy Murray became the first male singles winner from the U.K. in terms of 77 years.

The collectible also presents the chance to play tennis with Murray on a court at Wimbledon, get 2 tickets to Centre Court for the 2022 men’s Wimbledon finals, and souvenirs with Murray's signature. Plus, the buyer will be able to get a “comprehensive editorial experience”. This is to learn more about the game and why the moment is so valuable.

Other NFTs that come in 20, 50, 100, and 500 editions reflect other iconic moments of the tennis player. The initial bid for them is $49.