Ransomware is a growing problem, and companies aren’t making it any better by paying hackers the ransoms they’re demanding. Bitcoin miner Marathon Digital Holdings held a call Sunday with Elon Musk about the potential to make mining greener. First Move’s Julia Chatterley spoke to Sotheby’s CEO Charles Stewart Thursday. First Move’s Julia Chatterley spoke to Christie’s CEO Guillaume Cerutti Wednesday. For me Andy is at the intersection of an established commercial pop artist and then the digital art world. What does this represent for Christie’s and for Andy Warhol as an artist? Cerutti: I think it’s a logical next step after what we’ve done in March, selling for $46 million from a crypto artist, what we’re doing last week – for the first time presenting at our major auction site in New York, crypto funds achieved $17 million. And now what’s next is we consign the past and the present, this digital art was invented, created, conceived by Andy Warhol, retrieved a few years ago, and now back to life through the NFT and the possibility to secure the uniqueness and the authenticity of his work. How much competition did you face getting a hold of these prints and being able to sell them. Can you tell us what happened on that call and perhaps what role Elon Musk played, too? Thiel: We continue to invest. You know, I’m not going to put a $100,000, $1 million price out there. This is a commodity in scarce supply that is still proving its mainstream nature as institutional investors come into the market. As price volatility decreases, the asset will become more interesting to investors, maybe less to speculators. We’re focused on bringing these revolutionary technologies like bitcoin and blockchain into the financial markets and into the financial world because there is so much that can be done today using block chain technology. It really is what the internet was in the late ’90s. We believe it’s that level of revolutionary technology, and it will have a huge impact of everybody’s lives. Cerutti: He was incredibly creative, that’s true. But look he’s one of the most sought after artists on the art market. Last week in New York we sold several art works by Andy Warhol for great prices. The NFTs we’re going to sell are unique, they are authentic, new to the market, they are featuring well-known images by warhol, self-portraits, the soup can. So we expect these works to be offered for a low price of $1,000 to appeal to many collectors. Traditional collectors and crypto collectors.