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Digital art company claims it is owed millions from NFT sales in lawsuit against artist

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Artist Danny Casale, who often operates under the pseudonym Coolman Coffeedan, is being sued by the Florida-based company DigiArt, which claims that Casale has repeatedly breached an agreement he and the company entered into that “expressly gave DigiART the exclusive right to market and offer for sale all non-fungible tokens” (NFTs) and in which all proceeds were to be split between the parties evenly, according to the legal complaint. According to sales listed in the complaint, this amounts to millions of dollars owed to the company, which the artist had hired “to take steps to promote Casale’s digital and physical art and raise his public profile and exposure to an international art collector base”.

The agreement, which was signed in May of 2021 and expires in May 2022, details the ways in which DigiArt, along with the digital art dealer Marcel Katz, were enlisted to help drive sales of Casale’s work, and the complaint notes that their public relations efforts included “Casale’s official debut at Miami Art Week”, for which Katz organised a pop-up show called Ur…

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