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Auction Recap

This week, Leegan Koo and Seamus Conley had their debut on the SEEN HAUS platform!

Leegan’s work is often a blend of classical timeless painting style with a splash of SpongeBob or includes Jack in the Box. His piece Pikabob was inspired by experimenting with swapping faces of well-known cartoon characters with various non associating place and sold for 0.67 ETH.

Award winning and self-taught artist Seamus Conley sold his piece called Clouded for 1.6 …


Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Seamus had no prior artistic training making his skill pure, raw and authentic. Not harboured by any artistic nor philosophical predispositions, gives his pieces an edge. His artistic flair is effortless and seamless, unlike any other and quite unique in his approach.

Seamus’s artistic muse varies from cinema to museums, galleries and movies. From everyday life and everyday living, it’s in the small things that he draws inspiration. His work has been exhibited throughout America including the Solo Museum in Lancaster.

Ethereal Emotive Expression

Seamus style tends to be an ethereal emotive expression often of one…


Born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. In a fast-paced society, moving from city to city, most rarely takes a moment to discern the quirky side of life. In his later years, Leegan moved to San Francisco to attend Academy of Art University for formal training in different artistic styles.

He draws inspiration and motivation from jazz, hip hop, graffiti, more particularly Sponge Bob and Jack in the Box. He’s style varies from cityscapes to a mix of realism and surrealism. Leegan loves to connect a place to a memory and emotional landmark represented in visual expression. …


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Auction Recap

This week we made history by auctioning the world’s first real estate NFT!

In collaboration with Propy we have successfully auctioned the very first apartment on-chain for a final bid of 36 ETH. The owner can choose to move in, or rent it out. But what is even more exciting is that the NFT can be plugged into DeFi to take out a loan or to resell it in an instant!


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Product

The development of both the Secondary Market and the community governed Launchpad is taking shape. For both of those large updates we have now releases scheduled per end of June and we are excited to share more details over the course of the next weeks!

Auction Recap

The waiting has come to an end, this week we were proud to auction the very first NFT verified pair of Air Jordan 1’s on SEEN HAUS!

Targeting collectors and sneaker heads alike, we have successfully auctioned one of…


Propy and Seen Haus are working together to auction the first ever real estate NFT on the Ethereum blockchain.

Seen Haus strives to merge the physical + digital worlds through NFTs and this collaboration will bring us closer to making that vision a reality.

The apartment was originally purchased on Ethereum by TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington in 2017. The NFT will be minted by Propy and the transfer will be made through their platform after it is auctioned by Seen Haus.

This unique collectible NFT will include:

  1. Access to apartment ownership transferred paperwork
  2. Apartment digital image
  3. A unique digital art…


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Product

SEEN HAUS remains in heavy building mode while the overall crypto markets are taking a breather, main development resources remain allocated to both the Secondary Market and the Artist Launchpad.

At the same time, the team is establishing more and more important partnerships in the crypto,- and in the traditional art space. Examples being the recent collaboration with @loda_fi and a potential partnership with the real estate NFT platform Propy to host the world’s first real estate auction on the blockchain. …


Art DAOs and Transferring of Ownership from Private to Public

Prior to the French Revolution, the Louvre was converted from a fortress on the banks of the Seine River to an ostentatious palace displaying the collection of King Louis XVI’s private treasures, a demonstration of his wealth and power. With visitation reserved for guests of the king and the social elite, the palace held a magnificent collection of paintings, sculptures, and decorative relics of French culture, which remained largely inaccessible to the public. In 1789, rebels revolted against the monarchy and within three years took over the palace. On August 10, 1793, exactly one year after the expulsion of Louis…


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Auction Recap

This week we were excited to finally launch the long awaited Space NFT auction on SEEN HAUS!

The drop by French artist Jisbar was one of a kind both in terms of the artwork and auction format. All the 39 tiles have been sold and the claim pages will go live within the next 24–48 hours for the owners of the tiles to submit both their contact information and their personal space message for Jisbar to customize their tiles with.

Additionally, a community member…


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Product

SEEN HAUS keeps innovating, main development resources remain allocated to both the Secondary Market and the artist Launchpad.

As for the Secondary Market, SEEN HAUS will not only allow for royalties on its in-house marketplace but also allow for royalties to be accrued via third party platforms such as OpenSea.

Auction Recap

This week we were proud to host Stacey Lee Webber with her latest artworks of the Insurrection Bills Series at SEEN HAUS.

Stacey’s artworks together with her first ever NFTs are thrilling pieces in…

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