Nelson Mandela's 60-year-old arrest warrant's non-fungible token (NFT) was auctioned for a staggering $130,000.
The money will go to a historic site that was once used as a base of operations for anti-apartheid campaigners.
FiEx has also announced the launch of a new NFT marketplace with augmented reality integration and a new generation digital asset exchange.
Users will be able to search, mint, buy, exhibit, and bring their NFTs to life via AR technology, according to the Singapore-based company.
FiEx aims to provide a secure and reliable platform for transacting in virtual currencies.
In mid-June, the platform will become live. "We're delighted to work together to create an open-source, culture-driven web3.0 ecosystem," says FiEx co-founder Tushar Gandotra.