Last year Eleesa Dadiani partnered with Maecenas Fine Art, a blockchain platform that uses the Ethereum blockchain to sell high-value works of art by renowned artists such as Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso and Rembrandt Van Rijn for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. One hundred people bought fractional shares for a forty-nine percent ownership stake in the 14 Small Electric Chairs painting of Andy Warhol’s, which was the first piece for sale on the platform.
According to latest reports, the crypto asset exchange Dadiani Syndicate with the principal aim of stimulating foreign investment into the UK using the Blockchain has reportedly claimed that the platform has been approached by one of the clients; who is attempting to purchase twenty-five percent of all Bitcoins currently accessible in the market. Moreover, there are multiple entities who are seeking to take control of the crypto market.
According to CoinMarketCap, Bitcoin’s current circulating supply is 17,731,812, and a share of twenty-five percent of Bitcoin from the total would be 4,432,953; a little over thirty-eight billion dollars ($38.5).
Dadiani stated that when she first founded the organization, it was mainly to help people cash out of their digital assets but with the passage of time she realized that certain people wanted the company to aid them in the purchase of huge amounts of the digital currency. Therefore, she is attempting to acquire as much Bitcoin she can via off-exchange trading. Lastly, she hopes that this would not push up Bitcoin’s market price.