A Swiss bank makes it possible to co-own a Pablo Picasso’s work worth millions for less than 5,000 euros. Blockchain technology makes it possible to track who owns which part of the board. First, says the bank.
The bright yellow, blue, and red painting was painted by Picasso in 1964. It sold at auction in 2016 for around 2 million euros. It is now sold in parts for a total of 3.7 million euros. The minimum investment is 4600 euros.
The work will never be hung on an owner’s wall: it will hide in a very safe pantry, the bank guarantees. Not intending for the owners to come see it there. However, it will be made available for exhibitions in the future.
This isn’t the first time Picasso has encountered blockchain technology: in June, art lovers or investors could buy a stake in a burning artwork by the Spanish painter.
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