Sotheby’s CEO on accepting crypto via Coinbase for physical artwork

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    Sotheby’s is pushing further into crypto. The auction house will accept cryptocurrency via Coinbase for Banksy’s “Love is in the Air” artwork. Sotheby’s CEO Charles Stewart joined “Squawk Box” on Tuesday to discuss.

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