All of the items sold by John Lennon’s son were non-fungible tokens or NFTs, unique digital assets that can be traded, including a picture, piece of music – or even a tweet.
By Charlotte Bateman, news reporter
A digital version of handwritten notes for the Beatles’ hit single Hey Jude has sold at auction for nearly £60,000.
The sheet music, penned by Paul McCartney, was sold as a non-fungible token (NFT), a unique digital asset that can be traded.
Alongside the song notes, an assortment of other band memorabilia NFTs were sold, including images of the band’s guitars and of outfits owned by John Lennon.