862 Fenimore, The Edersheim Residence, was renovated by Paul Rudolph and is now up for sale as an NFT. After being refreshed many times over the years, the house was most recently refurbished in 2020.
The mid-century home, originally constructed in 1958, is being auctioned off on the OpenSea digital marketplace. Although NFTs are known as unique digital assets that provide proof of ownership that can be traded, they are also being explored as a means of tokenizing the exchange of other assets like property. Still, the winning bidder will need to go through traditional channels to prove their ownership of the house but blockchain technology has the potential to reshape the way properties are bought and sold in the future.