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Ceramic Artwork by Pablo Picasso to Become Digital Asset NFT

Pablo PicassoPablo Picasso as a young artist in 1908. The artist’s heirs have jumped on the digital currency bandwagon by issuing an image of a previously-unseen ceramic piece by Picasso, which the family will not show to the public until it is up for sale. Credit: Wikimedia Commons/Public Domain

Some of the heirs of the great Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, are jumping on the digital bandwagon by selling 1,010 digital art pieces that are representations of one of his ceramic works that has never before been seen publicly.

Crypto, or digital, assets are riding high despite the recent drop in value of Bitcoin and other digital currency, and Picasso’s granddaughter and great grandson are riding the wave by launching the new product.

The Associated Press had an exclusive interview with Picasso’s granddaughter, Marina Picasso, and her son Florian Picasso in their Geneva, Switzerland apartment, which is replete with artistic works of every kind created by the great man.

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