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Micah Johnson on Selling $1M Worth of NFTs in 1 Minute, Transitioning from MLB to Fine Art, and Getting More Black Collectors Involved

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The artist Micah Johnson came on the pod to talk about his rise in the art world. On February 21, he introduced the world to Aku: The Moon God, his fictional character that was born from a question, “Can astronauts be Black?”

Aku was released as an NFT that resulted in $1 million worth of sales in 1 minute and $2 million total in 28 hours! On the podcast, we talk about how Micah got support for Aku’s launch, why NFTs are powerful for his work, his future plans for Aku, and more. Micah was also a former Major League Baseball player, so we talked about his transition from MLB to fine art.

If you’ve been hearing a lot about NFTs and want to hear how it works from an artist themself, this is the podcast for you!

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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co

Guest: Micah Johnson, @Micah_Johnson3, linktr.ee/Micahart

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Aku | Micah Johnson’s character to inspire kids to dream without limits

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