This is the World's Most Expensive Artwork! This artwork was created in 2018 by the freelance artist and graduated illustrator, Frederik F. Mettjes (Master of Arts), from Hamburg, Germany. The world's first self-pricing Crypto-artwork is programmed by the Blockchain-based 'smart contract' algorithms to always be more expensive than any other artwork in the world.
The original digital painting and the source code of the artwork is securely stored and encrypted on the Ethereum Blockchain; only accessible by the owner of the artwork. No other copy consisting of the original HD quality and no watermarks exists. Furthermore, the artwork consists of 1 million ERC-20 tokens that are accessible to everyone (via Ethereum’s cryptocurrency Ether [ETH]).
Moreover, the algorithms in the DNA of the artwork guarantee that the artwork will retain its status of being the most expensive artwork in the world. How? Well it is linked via Ethereum smart contracts to the most expensive artworks ever sold, so that the price automatically adjusts to the highest price on the market. In addition, the price of the artwork increases daily (see price prediction) with consideration of the inflation rate and rise in value.
To become the owner of the artwork, you can purchase it above for ..loading.. Ether. Alternatively, you can easily buy a token share for any amount (see below).
Frederik Folkert Mettjes was born on March 31, 1981 in Hamburg, Germany as the youngest of three siblings. After studying illustration at the HAW Hamburg and graduating with the academic degree Master of Arts, Frederik F. Mettjes worked as a freelance artist, illustrator and lecturer.
A variety of cartoons, portraits, paintings of 'women and animals' represent his phenomenal talent and exciting range of artistic oeuvre. See his work at – www.mettj.es. Among other pieces of art, he has added more than 900 paintings to his portfolio as part of the ‘Fresh Fish’ (Der Frische Fisch) series, in just over 10 years. Find more information at – www.frischer-fis.ch.
The World's Most Expensive Artwork consists of 1 million token shares based on Ethereum’s ERC20 token standard. The Token or Coin name is 'WMEA'. 1 WMEA represents the one millionth part of the value of the artwork. Also, small segments of the tokens – smaller than 1 WMEA – are available.
You can buy and transfer WMEA tokens, check your balance and download a token certificate below. Tokens are available only as long as supplies last. Please use MetaMask (browser) or Coinbase wallet (mobile) for processing - see also FAQ and read the Disclaimer and the Terms & conditions.
|#||Price (Mio. USD)||Artwork||Artist||Date of sale||Year of work|
|1||loading||Ente mit Wasser||Frederik F. Mettjes||-||2018|
|2||450.3||Salvator Mundi||Leonardo da Vinci||15.11.2017||~1500|
|3||300||Interchange||Willem de Kooning||01.09.2015||1955|
|4||250||The Card Players||Paul Cézanne||01.04.2011||1892/93|
|5||140||No. 5, 1948||Jackson Pollock||02.11.2006||1948|
|6||135||Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer||Gustav Klimt||18.06.2006||1907|
|7||82.5||Portrait of Dr. Gachet||Vincent van Gogh||15.05.1990||1890|
|8||58||Portrait of Joseph Roulin||Vincent van Gogh||01.08.1989||1889|
|9||53.9||Irises||Vincent van Gogh||11.11.1987||1889|
|10||39.7||Vase with Fifteen Sunflow||Vincent van Gogh||30.03.1987||1988|