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"Warrior" By Jean-Michel Basquiat Breaks Price Record For Western Art Sold In Asia At $41.7 Million
The sale price is quite a spike, compared to the previous sale history of "Warrior," which reportedly went for $1.5 million in 2005 and then $5.6 million about two years later, both at Christie's auctions.
A Piece Of Digital Art Just Sold For A Record $69 Million
"Everydays: The First 5,000 Days" by Beeple is now the most expensive work of digital art ever made, obliterating the previous record: the $6.6 million "Crossroads," which also happens to be a Beeple piece.
At $4.6 Million, A Luka Doncic Rookie Card Is Now The Most Expensive NBA Trading Card Ever
The card "features the NBA logoman catch, which is from a Mavericks jersey that Doncic wore, and a signature in blue ink," all of which make it a unique piece, and the second-most valuable sports card ever.
Pro Disc Golfer Paul McBeth Signs $10 Million Contract
Paul McBeth has become the highest-paid disc golfer in the history of the business, recently signing a ten-year, $10 million contract with Discraft Disc Sports.
Infamous Cybercriminal "JokerStash" Reportedly Retires With More Than $3 Billion In Bitcoin
An infamous cybercrime figure known as JokerStash, or simply "Joker" for short, has retired from his life of crime, with a stash of bitcoins valued at over $3 billion.
Ten Years Ago, Two Pizzas Were Purchased For 10,000 Bitcoins. Today, That's The Equivalent Of Over $400 Million
At the time, the 10,000 bitcoins Hanyecz spent on the pizzas were valued at roughly $40 altogether, but today, with one bitcoin trading for anywhere in the neighborhood of $35,000 to $40,000, they'd be worth as much as $402 MILLION.
What Financial Benefits Do Ex-Presidents Receive?
Being president of the United States confers a lot of benefits once one's term or terms in office are complete, including a $200,000 annual pension and lifetime Secret Service protection.
Epic Games Is Spending $95 Million On An Old Shopping Mall For Use As Their New HQ
The Cary Towne Center Mall sprawls across 980,000 square feet, which Epic intends to convert to "offices and recreation space" with plenty of extra space for the company's future growth.
No One Knows Why The Value Of Kelly Loeffler's Mansion Dropped By $6 Million – Seemingly Overnight – In 2016
The drop in value ended up saving Loeffler and her husband more than $100,000 every year in property taxes to both Fulton County and the city of Atlanta since it happened in 2016.
Take A Look At This 1957 BMW 507 That's At $1.6 Million (And Counting) In An Online Auction
Car buffs and especially BMW fans have long been smitten with the BMW 507, both for its unmistakable visual impression and its unusual rarity, as just a couple more than 200 of the cars are known to exist today.
An Asteroid Estimated To Be Worth $17.4 Billion Is Approaching Earth
The asteroid known as 2000 WO107 is rich primarily in nickel, iron, and cobalt, and is on a path to reach its minimum distance from our planet very soon.
A Billion Dollars Reportedly Linked To The Silk Road Online Black Market Have Been Transferred
Silk Road was closed down by authorities back in 2013, and its founder Ross Ulbricht sentenced to life in prison in 2015. And now a billion dollars said to be tied to Silk Road is on the move.
$2.3 Billion Worth Of Bitcoins Now In Limbo Due To Law Enforcement Investigation
A once formidable cryptocurrency exchange called OKEx is now under an investigation which has put some $2.3 billon worth of bitcoins in an uncertain digital purgatory.
Facing Cash Deficits From COVID-19, Baltimore Museum of Art Announces Sale Of Estimated $73 Million Worth Of Paintings From Permanent Collection
The move is so controversial that 23 of the museum's biggest financial supporters, as well as an additional 150 signatories, have delivered an open letter calling for the impending sale to be canceled.
Original Intact Edition Of Shakespeare's "First Folio" Sells For Almost $10M, Becomes The Most Expensive Work Of Literature, Ever
Shakespeare's First Folio is the earliest published edition of his plays, dating all the way back to 1623, when it was published under the title "Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies."