Mark Lurie and his team at Codex recently held a $190k blockchain art auction. Read his thoughts on the impact this has on the future of digital art.
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Today Codex, a blockchain title registry, announced their partnership with ConsenSys, a blockchain software development company and incubator founded by Ethereum Co-Founder Joe Lubin, to host a live charity auction during the Ethereal Summit.
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Blockchain has the potential to change provenance, ownership, and pricing in the high-end art world, but will it actually see adoption on a wide scale?
For every artist who becomes famous, thousands of small artists exist in relative obscurity. Blockchain could change how small artists make art and get paid.
The blockchain art market is growing, and it’s growing fast. In this article, we discuss what you need to know about this merging of technology and creativity.