Camyl Buenaventura’s first Narcity NFT sold to MIA parent
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People like Neil Armstrong and Henry Dunant know how cool it is to be the first person to do Something.
Now Selian Easwaralingam from Toronto is joining the club as he is the first person to buy one of our NFTs.
Easwaralingam, a 31-year-old real estate agent born and raised in Toronto, told Narcity in an email that this was his first time tossing his hat in the ring.
“I felt inclined to bet on [NFTs] because it’s becoming a pretty popular trend, ”he said.
Camyl Buenaventura’s NFT titled “The Six Bloom” sold for $ 1,384.24 and Easwaralingam explains that he is counting on Buenaventura to get big in the future, so the value will be increased tenfold.
It’s no surprise that Easwaralingam turns to artists since he has an award-winning rapper in his family. He told Narcity that Mathangi Arulpragasam aka MIA is his mother’s cousin (his first cousin, once removed).
When asked if he was going to buy more NFT, the real estate agent didn’t miss a beat.
“We don’t know where the trend will go, but I want to buy more NFT in the future! ” he said. “I wish I could have bid on one of Kyle Lowry’s NFTs.”
And, fingers crossed, with more NFT purchases comes more local recognition.
Having spent six years in the real estate industry, Easwaralingam hopes this type of coverage will connect him with more Torontonians looking to buy their first home.
Want to be like Easwaralingam and also own a unique digital artwork?
You have until Wednesday at midnight EST to bid on our second TVN by Vancouver artist Dan Gaud. May the odds always be in your favor.