Damien Hirst's ‘Currency’ NFT drop more than 6X oversubscribed

Damien Hirst's ‘Currency’ NFT drop more than 6X oversubscribed


Leading contemporary artist Damien Hirst’s NFT drop dubbed “The Currency” has been oversubscribed by more than six times.

The Currency drop consists of 10,000 unique colorful dot pattern artworks with a corresponding NFT for each piece. Applications for the NFT drop closed on July 22, and Heni Group, who hosted the sale, revealed that 32,472 people applied for a total of 67,023 NFTs. That means that many applications will either be scaled back or unsuccessful given there are only 10,000 NFTs available.

Many collectors will now have to seek out the NFTs on secondary markets.

Applications have closed for @hirst_official‘s The Currency. Thanks to all who applied. 32,472 people applied for a total of 67,023 NFTs. Due to the large number of applicants, allocations will take some time & applicants may not be notified until 28 July. Stay tuned for Phase 2! pic.twitter.com/BGDHTnPO2G

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— HENI (@HENIGroup) July 21, 2021

The NFTs were priced at $2,000 each and the drop includes an interesting feature,

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