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Scenes from the First Rare Digital Art Auction

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How might this affect the demoscene in terms of building a marketplace for original scene productions and perhaps elevating the scene into more mainstream art circles?

https://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2018/01/23/much-pepe-scenes-first-rare-dig ital-art-auction/
added on the 2018-01-28 22:22:11 by elblanco elblanco
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added on the 2018-01-28 22:29:12 by 1in10 1in10
this might be interesting for BITS
Finally a sensible use for the blockchain - make people pay for stuff that used to be made for free and for fun!

(not)
added on the 2018-01-29 11:32:35 by Preacher Preacher
This whole thing is horrible.
added on the 2018-01-29 11:40:29 by fizzer fizzer
It's like everyone collected all the fashionable stupid of today in one big article.
added on the 2018-01-29 11:44:53 by Gargaj Gargaj
Wow I skipped through the article and closed it after the rare pepes, lmao what garbage.
added on the 2018-01-29 11:56:32 by okkie okkie
It´s completely hilarious!
Dude bought a Pepe for 36k$ and when he should have paid he said he doesn´t even have a pepe-wallet! ;)
Hipster-Bullshit!
I guess it´s time to keep my dumps, as one really can sell shit as it seems! ;)
i find it supremely ironic that a lot of the nerds who are into creating artificial scarcity with cryptocurrencies right now are probably the same nerds who were a few years ago screaming about how information needs to be free.
added on the 2018-01-29 12:30:06 by Preacher Preacher
That is fucking stupid.
added on the 2018-01-29 13:08:20 by visy visy
I think, demoscene art is not more mainstream, because

a) you cant make money with it (so no one can own it exclusively in a gallery, in a museum or at home)
b) it is more a distraction from society than a reflection on society (a lot of demoscene art is very nice to look at, but doesnt really have a standpoint which a viewer can relate to positively or negatively)
added on the 2018-01-29 13:24:25 by Salinga Salinga
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added on the 2018-01-29 16:40:37 by Volantis Volantis
Preacher: for most protagonists "information needs to be free" was basically just a disguised "fuck copyright" attitude
added on the 2018-01-29 22:35:03 by T$ T$
Obviously. And even worse disguised ”I’m special so gimme free stuff”. And yet - here we are with this bullshit.
added on the 2018-01-29 23:29:03 by Preacher Preacher
hipsters playing speculation games with their wallets and friends. who cares?
added on the 2018-01-29 23:55:19 by psenough psenough
Pepe theCat theWolf theDog theBear theFrog theLobster the Badger theFamilyRhino.
added on the 2018-01-30 08:40:54 by Optimus Optimus
Selling digital content? Wait a minute. Second Life 10years ago?
2020 in 2 years...And where are those flying cars, people on Mars, city on Moon??? I dreamed as kid? Everywhere I read what progress humankind has done? Where is that progress?

Mobiles? Yes there was mobiles in 80s too... Tablets? There was Atari STylus/STpad and Apple Newton and Palm,Psion...
Apps? There was apps on PDA too... Internet? There was internet using faxmodems, ethernet and I am sure in big companies they had similar stuff to wifi or optical cable... LCD? There was LCD monochromatic but there was... Flash? There was eeproms too...
DIY/Makers? Yep... Blockchain Computing = Cluster Computing... Cloud = Mainframe/Server, Drones = R.C Models, VR = there was VR (Atari Jaguar VR)... Youtube/Digital Video = Quicktime....

So where is my flying car? Needs make demo about it...
added on the 2018-01-31 20:43:59 by elan elan
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