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Julian Assange & digital artist Pak to release an NFT collection called Censored

On February 7th the digital artist Pak will release an NFT collection in collaboration with Julian Assange. The NFT series called Censored will have two parts, a dynamic 1/1 and a dynamic open edition.

Pak’s Mass

Pak is famous for his NFT sale of the artwork Mass hosted by Nifty Gateway which in theory made him the most expensive living artist, knocking Jeff Koons off the top spot.

In the curiously designed sale, which brought in $91.8 million, 28,000 buyers bought 266,445 units of a Pak artwork that could, in theory, be combined into a single NFT owned by a single buyer worth the eye-popping, multimillion-dollar total.

Julian Assange is an Australian editor, publisher and founder of WikiLeaks. Earlier, the US charged him with hacking government computers and espionage after he obtained and published hundreds of thousands of classified documents between 2010 and 2011. However, Assange won the right to ask the Supreme Court to block his extradition to the US, allowing his lawyers 14 days to make their case.

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/1485565110697570306

The NFT collection Censored will be released on February 7th which is also the court date.

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