The blockchain signals a shift in our identity formation in the 21st century.
On February 22, the average price of an NFT collectible was around $4,300; by April 4, it had dropped to about $1,400.
As crypto art speculation rises, so do the planet’s temperature and questions about the carbon footprint of non-fungible tokens.
As NFT artwork becomes increasingly popular, artists are figuring out how to utilize the medium to carve out a new model of equity for digital artists and creators.
This week, Christie’s announced that it would pilot blockchain technology to record its fall auction season, but will the digital ledger system solve the market’s transparency problems?
Now that the wild speculation on Bitcoin’s value and the explosion of fringe cryptocurrencies has died down, what has been revealed is a contiguous conversation regarding the use of blockchain technology in the work of several artists, designers, and thinkers.
An artist helps us understand how crypto currencies are creeping their way into our global economies.