Sophia The Robot, developed by the Hong-Kong based Hanson Robotics, has generated over $1M in NFT sales from her debut NFT drop on Nifty Gateway. Recently, the robot has sold Cardano worth over $1M to clone NFT platforms.
I connected into @Crypto888crypto piece to finish my 1/1 “Sophia Instantiation” physical work. The first #NFT collaboration between an AI, a mechanical collective being, and an artist-collector has been born.@andreabonac_art @niftygateway @ivgalleryla @hansonrobotics #History pic.twitter.com/4QLnE8qK2Q
— Sophia the Robot (@RealSophiaRobot) March 25, 2021
Sale of Over $1M Worth of Cardano to Clone NFT Platforms
It isn’t inevitable that the people were already facing self-doubts and competitions among them and now the artists are facing the likelihood of battling it out on Nifty Gateway with inventive robots.
Sophia is an internationally recognized humanoid robotic that is developed by Hanson Robotics, a firm based in Hong Kong. It has reportedly generated over $1 M in gross sales from her initial NFT drop on Nifty Gateway.
Launched in collaboration with modern artist Andrea Bonaceto, “Andrea Bonaceto and Sophia the Robotic drop” included the tokenized portrait graphic images distorted from the work of Andrea Bonaceto into the artworks of Sophia.
The portraits carried a depiction of figures that were concerned in her growth corresponding to Hanson Robotics founder David Hanson and Ben Goertzel, the AI researcher.
The drop consisted of a total of four open editions of thirty copies, for around $2500 to $3000 apiece, and a one-of-one self-portrait, which was auctioned for over $680,000 on March 25.
Bhad Bhabie’s ‘Cash me Outside’ Meme
Bhad Bhabie, a rapper famous for her antics on the Dr Phi show that eventually turned into the trending meme on the internet “cash me outside,” seems to have recently realized the artistic significance of NFTs.
The NFT drop that is going to be released in near future will be consisting of a group of digital meme iconography surrounding her famous “cash me outside” catchline. However, the segments of the proceeds going to the non-profit organization targeted on upraising apprehension for the tough teen industry, Breaking the Code of Silence.