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Damien Hirst sells virtual work based on 10,000 pieces of art on paper as an NFT

Mr Hirst (pictured) said: 'For the past three years the project has been expanding into blockchain and NFTs.

WM Staff via The Daily Mail UK

British artist Damien Hirst is selling artwork using the same technology that bagged American creator Beeple almost £50million ($69.3million).

The 55-year-old, is selling his work with a digital certificate of authenticity to verify it, said his new 'secret art project' challenged 'the concept of value through money and art'.

Called 'The Currency', it is based on 10,000 different works of art on paper that were made five years ago and subsequently stored in a vault. 

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