Through the tech visionary's JUST NFT Fund, Sun hopes to create the world's best artworks on the blockchain.
This comes amid warnings from top bankers, such as BNP Paribas CEO John Egan about some of the pitfalls of going too quickly into NFTs. Justin, though, isn't someone who sits out an exciting new opportunity.
Confident in the success of the venture, Sun said: “JUST NFT will build a bridge between blockchain and the world’s top artists, supporting the growth of native NFT artists in the world of crypto.”
This is not Sun’s first NFT rodeo as the Tron executive already acquired Beeple's “Ocean Front” for $6m earlier this year. Sun was excited to contribute to climate change, an issue he said at the time was close at heart for him.
He also looked to purchase another of Beeple's NFTs which ended up selling for the eye-popping $69.3 million. In fact, Sun wants to use the Tron ecosystem as the vessel of this change and spearhead NFTs into the mainstream.
These digital assets have been doing quite well on their own amid skyrocketing interest and solid added value. However, Sun believes he has a lot to offer. He wants to see artworks permanently preserved on the Tron ecosystem and BTFS decentralized storage system.
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