Sotheby’s: first NFT auction in the metaverse

Sotheby’s: first NFT auction in the metaverse

Sotheby’s and Paris Blockchain Week (PBW) has entered into cooperation with RLTY world to present live the first NFT auction in the metaverse, called “Oddly Satisfying Sale”. The experience will feature 66 NFT works by established artists such as Beeple, Julien Rivoire, Brinkman and many others.

Sotheby’s and RLTY World present the first NFT auction in the metaverse during PBW

Recognized auction house Sotheby’s has entered into cooperation with metaverse platform RLTY to present live NFT auction during Paris Blockchain Week (PBW).

It is called “Strangely Satisfying Sale” and is a true flagship Web3 event. More specifically, NFT works will be on display during the PBW conference and available for auction on Sotheby’s website from March 17-24 and at RLTY World from March 20-21.

Oddly Satisfying Sale will feature as many as 66 NFT artworks by established and emerging digital artists. Such as Beeple, Julien Rivoire, Brinkman and many others.

Paris Blockchain Week, Europe’s largest blockchain conference, will host the live version of the experience. But on a virtual level, the auction takes place in RLTY’s metaverse, RLTY World. Which will showcase not only tomorrow’s potential, but also what is possible in virtual worlds today.

In this regard, Raphael Assoulineco-founder of RLTY said:

“We are delighted to partner with Paris Blockchain Week. It is critical to the development of the space that web3 conferences can be accessed from anywhere in the world. We look forward to seeing the Web3 XP community come together and explore the commercial viability of blockchain technology.”

From the 66 NFT Auction to the PBW Talent Fair, everyone lives in the RLTY metaverse

Also, in RLTY’s metaverse, RLTY worldwill it be possible to attend the Paris Blockchain Week Talent Fair.

Indeed, at the center of the virtual experience, four custom stages will live stream panels, discussions and keynotes from Paris.

In case insights from the main stage, network opportunities and the business case for web3 are not enough, RLTY will take the PBW Talent Fair into the metaverse.

Top recruiters from the web3, crypto and blockchain industries will share their experiences, insights and strategies for building careers in web3.

The talent fair is a must to attend for all students and entrepreneurs who are looking for job opportunities in Web3 but cannot travel to Paris.

Participants have access to network spaces, private meeting roomsa Web3 Talent Fair, and more than 30 sponsors with virtual stands.

Not only that, recruiters, HR representatives and candidates can use the 20 virtual private rooms for interviews and meetingsall equipped with geospatial audio capabilities, avatar tracking and a full range of video and audio tools.

Paris Blockchain Week: the fourth edition of the Web3 conference

Paris Blockchain Week is the leading international conference dedicated to professionals in the blockchain and Web3 space.

This fourth edition will run from 20 to 24 March 2023 and will be held at the Carrousel du Louvre, in the heart of Paris’ historic building and the world’s largest museum.

Decentralized finance (DeFi), NFT, Web3 and metaverse will be discussed during the event, with more than 10,000 participants from around the world eager to share, learn and do business in one of the world’s most iconic locations, the French capital.

Keynote speakers and supporters include Jean-Noël BarrotFrench Minister for Digital Transition and Telecommunications, Stephane Kasrielmeta, Nicholas JuliaSorare, Steve HuffmanReddit, Sébustien Borgetthe sandbox, Ira AuerbachNasdaq, Brad GarlinghouseRipple and many others.

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