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An actual job application that Steve Jobs filled out in 1973 is back up for auction after previously selling for over $222,000 USD last year. Unlike the previous sale, this auction will not only include the hand-written job application, but an NFT as well, which was created in collaboration with Rarible, an NFT marketplace. Bidding starts on July 21st through auction organizer Olly Johshi’s website and on Rarible for the NFT. Read more for a picture of the full application and additional information.
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Fast & Furious 7 had a famous scene that featured the Lykan HyperSport jumping across skyscrapers, and the studio used many stunt vehicles before they got it right. RubiX is offering the last remaining one as the world’s first physically-backed automotive NFT. What does this mean? The buyer is granted full ownership of both the digital and physical assets. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
Sophia, the AI-powered humanoid robot by Hanson Robotics, recently sold an NFT (non-fungible token) portrait for $688,888 USD. For those new to NFTs, it’s basically a unit of data on a digital ledger called a blockchain, where each one represent a unique digital item, thus making them unique. Access to the original file, tracked on their underlying blockchains, is restricted to the owner of the token, while only the digital files themselves are reproducible. Read more for a video and additional information.