Street art is shown in NFT
The street artwork that adorns city walls is essentially fleeting. Now, thanks to their NFT version, these achievements become permanent. Once they have become insignificant, these murals can be acquired by lovers of this urban art. This is the new concept that the Boischaut house offers. Until June 22, she organizes on the Interenchères.com site the first online sale of 30 works by a dozen French street art artists, including Demoiselle MM, Anna Conda, Diane D2, Elgee, Jayon ‘I, Moha …
Originally embroidered on the theme of women, these creations were created on the walls of an old hotel located on 104 avenue d’Italie in the 13th century.e district of Paris. “I offered artists to take pictures of their creation to convert them to NFT to keep track of their existence”, explains Marc-Olivier Bernard, CEO of Boischaut. Thus, photos were taken on the spot by photographer Béryl Libault. It is these digitized images that will be distributed online and each work will be priced at 200 euros.
In addition to giving the winner of the auction a USB key with the image in high resolution (3,500 px x 5,500 px), this online auction house also plans to send a photo print (30 cm x 40 cm) and the NFT certificate in paper version. There are different ways to enjoy your digital work. “You can make a print with a museum-quality inkjet print, nothing prevents you from printing a ‘wallpaper’ version, not to mention the ability to display the work on a computer screen. Computer, television or smartphone.”, says Marc-Olivier Bernard. These murals are visible every day from kl. 17 in this three-storey building, which in the evening has been converted into a bar.
Private sale of rental properties
Are you looking for a rental investment served on a plate? So go to Fouquets, Wednesday 22 June at On that day, the Ikory company will host its first “investment evening” for individuals. On this occasion, 53 properties are offered, including 47 apartments, 5 rooms (including 3 shops) and a building. Located in Paris, Île-de-France and the south of France, these rental homes will be shown with discounts of up to 27%. The reason for these privileged rates? “Most of these plots are sold occupied, hence a discount. In addition, the sellers, who are institutional investors (SCPI, insurance companies, mutual), have agreed to a small extra discount for this evening. Note that there will also be 12 new vacancies. from the end of the programs »explains Stéphane Imowicz, president and founder of Ikory.
With prices from 116,000 to 943,000 euros, there will therefore be properties for all budgets. During these “private sales”, a notary and a credit broker will be present to inform potential buyers about the most relevant solutions. For the most motivated, it will even be possible, that day, to position themselves by signing a pre-order contract. The detailed list of properties is already available on the website www.soireeinvestissement.com. Registration required to attend this event on 01 85 736 736. Visits will be organized before or after the evening of 22 June.
Château liv i Gard
Under the Gard sun, lovers of beautiful stones can be seduced by the nobility and charm of certain places steeped in history. This is the case with this 16th century castlee century located in Ribaute-les-Tavernes. Renovated over the centuries and built in the fixtures of historical monuments, this three-level construction is flanked by two round towers at the back and two wings that delimit the main courtyard. Behind this facade of XVIe and XVIIe century there are 26 rooms, 14 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms.
This room of 1,200 m2 can be converted into five independent apartments. Renovated in 2000 with period décor, this property features a monumental double-revolution staircase lit by three Italian-style loggias. Located on a plot of 3,400 m2, this property also includes a swimming pool, a well and a garage. The Mercure group offers this castle for 1,695,000 euros.
Estimate a work of art
Do you fancy an artist’s painting and want to know its appraisal, or how much his latest works have sold, or even see his other creations? Until now, to retrieve this basic information, you have had to surf from platform to platform and then juggle all the data to get an idea of the value of a work or an artist. Launched a few months ago, Wedigart is a search engine that gathers information from five sites (Singulart, Saatchi Art, Artsper, Artsy, Art Traffic). This portal provides more transparency about the prices of over-the-counter sales (excluding auctions).
Free, this application currently shows 422,000 artists, 4 million works of art, in 156 countries. Just enter the name or title of a work to get numbers immediately and get an overall overview of the price. Wedigart’s artistic coverage is quite eclectic: it ranges from Rembrandt to Picasso, passing through young new artists. This application also offers a price index, called “APRi”, which measures, for the same artist, the average difference in prices charged by sellers (online and in galleries). “These differences in values can sometimes go from simple to double. It is important to know this before buying. This index provides just a reference point.”says Laurent Jeanniard, founder and CEO of the Art Traffic page and creator of Wedigart.
Redemption of quarters: we are waiting a bit!
While waiting for another pension law, is it so relevant to buy housing now to try to get away as soon as possible? “Absolutely not. As soon as this kind of reform threatens, people have the reflex to make hasty decisions. However, there is no urgency to rush into this costly solution, at least before the major changes and schedules are announced.”explains Dominique Prévert, Director of Optimaretraite.
If the retirement age were to be postponed to 64 or even 65 years, the wealth would contribute longer. In fact, he will continue to accumulate additional quarters. This will allow him to reach his quota of terms (determined by the year of birth) to reach the full rate.
Sustainable foundations: the small difference
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What are the differences between so-called “responsible” equity funds and others, more standard? It is to answer this question that the company Epsor, which specializes in employee savings, has lifted the cap of 814 funds, of which 231 stamped with a sustainable financial brand (ISR, Finansol, Greenfin, Towards Sustainability, etc.). When we read this study, we learn that the CO2 footprint of these “green” funds is 18% lower than for non-labeled funds.
In addition, the same “sustainable” funds invest 27% less than the other vehicles in fossil fuel companies. Finally, this analysis shows that more than half of the companies in all the portfolios are present in both labeled and unlabeled vehicles.