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    2 Tim Berners-Lee defends auction of NFT representing webs source code

    • Author: theguardian.com
    • Published Date: 02/18/2022
    • Review: 4.66 (481 vote)
    • Summary: · Tim Berners-Lee has defended his decision to auction an NFT (non-fungible token) representing the source code to the web, comparing the sale 
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …

    3 World Wide Web source code NFT sells for 5.4 million at Sotheby&x27s

    • Author: reuters.com
    • Published Date: 05/08/2022
    • Review: 4.57 (500 vote)
    • Summary: · A blockchain-based token representing the original source code for the World Wide Web written by its inventor Tim Berners-Lee sold for $5.4 
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …

    4 Sir Tim Berners-Lees web source code NFT sells for 5.4 million

    • Author: theverge.com
    • Published Date: 07/12/2022
    • Review: 4.26 (387 vote)
    • Summary: · A token containing time-stamped files including source code written to render the web in 1991 has been sold at auction for more than $5 
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …

    5 World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee sells source code NFT for 5.4 million

    • Author: cnet.com
    • Published Date: 09/03/2022
    • Review: 4.01 (493 vote)
    • Summary: · World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee sells source code NFT for $5.4 million. Don’t worry, the winning bidder doesn’t own the web itself
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …

    6 Sir Tim Berners-Lee Sells Original Web Source Code NFT for 5.4M

    • Author: pcmag.com
    • Published Date: 11/07/2021
    • Review: 3.96 (537 vote)
    • Summary: · An NFT of the source code for the World Wide Web was sold at auction this week for $5.4 million. Offered by Sir Tim Berners-Lee himself, 
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …

    7 Bargain? World Wide Webs source code NFT sells for 5.4M at Sothebys

     Bargain? World Wide Webs source code NFT sells for 5.4M at Sothebys
    • Author: cointelegraph.com
    • Published Date: 04/04/2022
    • Review: 3.68 (297 vote)
    • Summary: · The inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has sold an NFT of the web’s source code for $5.4 million at fine art auction house 
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …

    8 Tim Berners-Lees Web Source Code NFT Sells for 5.4 Million at Sothebys

    • Author: decrypt.co
    • Published Date: 10/21/2021
    • Review: 3.49 (280 vote)
    • Summary: · World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee has auctioned off the 30-year-old source code of his invention as a non-fungible token (NFT) for 
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …

    9 Tim Berners-Lee Sells an NFT of the World Wide Web Source Code

    • Author: internethalloffame.org
    • Published Date: 07/03/2022
    • Review: 3.23 (502 vote)
    • Summary: · Tim Berners-Lee, a member of the Internet Hall of Fame’s inaugural class, recently auctioned off a copy of the original source code for the 
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …

    10 World Wide Web Code NFT Sells for 5.4 M. at Sothebys Auction

    • Author: artnews.com
    • Published Date: 04/04/2022
    • Review: 3.09 (321 vote)
    • Summary: · Sir Tim Berners Lee. Sotheby’s. On Wednesday, Sotheby’s auctioned an NFT version of the original source code used to build the World Wide 
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …

    11 NFT of web’s source code sells for $5.4M — but contains errors (lol)

    • Author: thenextweb.com
    • Published Date: 08/12/2022
    • Review: 2.89 (68 vote)
    • Summary: · Tim Berners-Lee has sold an NFT representing the web’s source code for a whopping $5.4 million, but errors been spotted in one of the items
    • Matching search results: Sotheby’s has not produced a sales estimate for the NFT, arguing that the token is a unique object unlike anything sold before. Bidding will open at $1,000 (£716), and the proceeds of the sale will benefit initiatives that Berners-Lee and his wife, …