[Taklimakan Blog] 22 ETH Paid by Berkeley Alumni for NFT Describing Cancer Treatment

UC Berkeley Alumni Group Paid 22 ETH for NFT on Digitized Cancer Practice Documents

Scientific developments are sold as NFTs at open auctions

A group of UC Berkeley alumni studying the use of blockchain technology to advance research have purchased the world’s first NFT token describing the latest cancer treatment that has won a Nobel Prize. The cost of the lot was 22 ETH or $55 thousand at the current exchange rate

“We are very proud to have won the world’s first Nobel NFT,” said Justin Humenanski, a Berkeley alumnus and investor in Playground Global.

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