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Justin Aversano Announces Bitcoin NFT Collection
Bill Monighetti

Justin Aversano will be dropping a photography NFT collection on Bitcoin tomorrow, the Twin Flames artist announced today.

❗Why It Matters

Bitcoin NFTs have been all the rage lately as Ordinals have risen in popularity, and several Ethereum-based projects have hinted at BTC crossovers this week. Aversano will be among the first prominent artists to drop a new collection on the chain with tomorrow's drop.

🧠 Need to Know

  • The collection will be called "Colin in the Car," and it will be the first "established photography project on the Bitcoin network."
  • An allowlist will be comprised of holders of Aversano's previous works. The collection size is 250.
  • The mint price is set for 0.2 BTC, roughly $4,300 based on current market prices.

🚗 The Deets

  • Aversano's Twin Flames collection was the first ever photography collection on Ethereum, and Colin in the Car will be the first photography collection on Bitcoin.
  • Colin in the Car is a call-back to Aversano's early days as a street photographer.
  • In a Discord announcement about his new project, Aversano mentions he is "beyond excited" to bring his work to Bitcoin, as it offers "an unprecedented level of security and permanence" for his art.

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Justin Aversano Announces Bitcoin NFT Collection
Twin Flames #97 Sells For $177k
Lou Sherman

Twin Flames #97 sold for 115 ETH ($176,992) on Friday evening. The NFT is a Darkroom C-Print of Katerina & Maria Malirova, one of the sets of twins in the famous photography collection. The previous sale of this specific NFT was for 100 ETH ($351,609 at the time) on October 5, 2021.

Twin Flames is a collection of 100 photographs taken by Justin Aversano, a Co-Founder, and CEO of Quantum Art. Each picture in the collection focuses on a set of twins, in honor of Justin's fraternal twin. The last sale from the Twin Flames collection was on June 18, 2022. The collection has a floor price of 95 ETH at the time of this writing, with this purchase being the eleventh sale for the collection in 2022.

Twin Flames #97 Sells For $177k