In October 2020, a Miami-based art collector named Pablo Rodriguez-Fraile purchased a 10 second video clip that anyone could have just watched online. Video artwork he then later sold for $6.6 million. The artwork was authenticated by blockchain, which provided a digital signature to certify ownership and the original work.
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