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Entertainment Online Art Purchasing Boom continued in 2021

18:50  11 october  2021
18:50  11 october  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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Au premier semestre 2021, le prix moyen payé lors des ventes aux enchères exclusivement en ligne organisées par Sotheby's, Christie's et Phillips s'élevait ainsi à 24.291 dollars, soit près de trois fois plus qu'en 2019. © Alain Jocard / AFP in the first half of 2021, the average price paid during online auctions online organized by Sotheby's, Christie's and Phillips thus amounted to 24,291 dollars, nearly three times as in 2019.

Online works of art, which took off in 2020, beginning of the Covid-19 sanitary crisis and confines Successive, continued their flight in the first half of 2021, according to a report by the Hiscox specialized insurance company published Monday.

International online sales have reached a record value of $ 6.8 billion in the first half of the year (a 72% increase compared to the first half of 2020) and could reach a historic value of 13.5 billion dollars from here at the end of the year if their rhythm is maintained, according to the report.

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"The confidence of the buyers has been the main lever of take-off from online sales", highlight its authors who specify that "many of them have agreed to pay more important amounts than before works of art".

In the first half of 2021, the average price paid during online auctions online organized by Sotheby's, Christie's and Phillips was $ 24.291, nearly three times as in 2019 ($ 8,529). Dollars.

phenomenon in full recrudescence: NFT (non-fungible tokens) or certificates of digital authenticity for online content (images, animations, tweet ...) revolutionize the world art market. Some 14% of the platforms have already integrated NFTs into their offers and 38% are considering doing it in the near future.

Sales of works of art and encrypted collection objects in NFT, since the beginning of the year, have reached about $ 3.5 billion in late September, thanks to the new possibility offered by this technology in terms of Artistic collection, both physical and online, according to the report.

It is based on a study conducted for Hiscox by the London Markets Studies Company Artctic with buyers from all continents.

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