How the Latest Addition to High-Performance NFT Art Collections to Increase the Value of OpenSea

The phrase “the devil is in the details” is taking on a whole new meaning as Madgab’s latest crypto collection is generating a lot of interest among buyers.

London, England, November 20, 2021 – Collections of crypto securities like CryptoPunks and Ben Kovach Building won’t be the only one driving traffic or value for OpenSea anytime soon (a total of over 725,000 Ether volumes traded). Spain-based digital artist Madgab has taken the lead in showcasing his most significant collection called The Devil Wears Bitcoin on the largest non-fungible token (NFT) market platform.

The marked differences from other series of artworks explain the growing interest in Madgab’s limited pieces.

Whereas Ben Kovach Building draws attention through the visually intricate intricacies that run through the layered constructions, The Devil Wears Bitcoin plays on simple images and a reduced color palette to buttress the turbulent and morally questionable relationship between high-profile figures and the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. At the same time, the artist Madgab breaks with the pixelated elements so characteristic of CryptoPunks to embolden the series with strong, eye-catching backgrounds and detailed Bitcoin symbols as pupils.

In an industry where uniqueness and creativity prevail, Madgab’s latest collection is certain to deliver a high return on investment for buyers everywhere.