JUST LAUNCHED: LAPO SIMEONI'S '25.000 EURO'

Our first Pooling Investment project is now live! Become a co-owner of an amazing contemporary artwork through the purchase of NFTs.

19 July, 2021

We are proud to announce that our first Pooling Investment project is now live. The artwork was created by our very own LTArt artist, Lapo Simeoni. It is a cutting-edge project entitled '25.000 euro', which is also a perfect visual representation of the bridge between art and finance. The market value of the artwork is £25,000, which we have split into 100 individual art shares of £250 each. The artwork consists of a transparent bag placed within a Plexiglas case. It contains a total of €25,000 in €20 bills, which were chopped by the Bundesbank before being collected by the artist.

How does it work? For the first time at LTArt, each art share has been linked to an NFT using blockchain technology, which will automatically be issued to the buyer once the payment is finalised. Become a co-owner today by purchasing your NFT here.

If you would like to learn more about the work, then watch our recent interview with the artist here.

Aurelia Clavien

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