Collection, Distributed Museum

Museums and collectors are looking for more than new relationships between the artwork and spectator.

A collection is similar to a portfolio. Artists (“exhibitors”) can create one using NFTC’s “Collection suite” dApp (decentralized application). This dApp lets them upload all the relevant information (visual and metadata) about their artwork to tokenize it. They also set a price rate for each NFT that they create. The dApp then generates an NFTC-compliant collection contract on the blockchain and gives full ownership rights linked to the artist’s wallet address. Finally, the artist can whitelist different addresses (“the curators”) that then pay the fee set by the artist to be able to add NFTs from the artist’s collection to create their own curated playlist for display.

NFT/C bridges the gaps between artist, art, and audience with its distributed museum where artwork collections are displayed at many locations, including locally, using various techniques, formats, and programming.

Put in other words, it is a re-imagining of art displays in a decentralized manner.

Moreover, the distributed museum is not limited to actual museums or designated private spaces. With a significant and ever-growing library of locations and partners, NFT/C is able to scale endlessly to cover more unconventional sites such as clubs, hotels, bars, cruise ships, terminals, and others in buildings as large as skyscrapers. The collections can then be accessed anywhere, creating a new relationship that goes beyond the superficial view.

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