“A fraud” called 3D visualizer of world’s first NFT House.
Mars House is “the first NFT digital house in the world,” according to online art marketplace SuperRare, which sold the digital file. The artist and the visualizer who collaborated on the first NFT house are locked in a dispute over the copyright of the virtual property, which last week sold for $500,000.
But Argentine 3D-modeller Mateo Sanz Pedemonte, who created visualizations of Mars House for artist Krista Kim, claimed the project was “a fraud”.
“I am afraid to say that this project is a fraud,”Pedemont told Dezeen
However, Kim disputed his account. She confirmed that Pedemonte created visualizations for her but claimed that she retained full ownership of the project. “Mars House is my art creation and my copyright,” Kim told. “He does not need to be credited because I own the copyright.”
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NFT technology has come to prominence in recent weeks with several high-profile sales of NFT-backed artworks and designs.
Read the full article about Mars House on Dezeen.