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When Crypto Meets Conceptual Art, Things Get Weird

“I think that it’s such a weird field at the moment, so art is evolving really quickly in response to it,” Mr. Connor said.Mr. Abosch, meanwhile, is tokenizing Manhattan. For a soon-to-be-unveiled project, he has created 10,000 blockchain tokens for every street in Manhattan, then printed the contract addresses on a 6-foot-tall map. This month, collectors will be able to buy the tokens, or virtual artworks, for a few dollars each. More projects are on the way.“Whatever this is,” Mr. Abosch said, “I’m right in the middle of it.”

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