Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and art by Yefim V. Natis, Distinguished VP Analyst, Fellow, Gartner Research & Advisory Service Gartner is the world's leading research and advisory company. They "provide senior leaders across the enterprise with the indispensable insights, advice and tools they need to achieve their mission-critical priorities and build the organizations of tomorrow" (https://www.gartner.com/en/about). ArtLaw.club has talked to Yefim V. Natis, Distinguished VP Analyst, Fellow, from Gartner Research & Advisory Service about the blockchain, its possible development and a place for art in this technology.
Interview with Malo Girod de l'Ain, co-founder and president of MonArt In a few weeks MonArt is launching its' minimum viable product (MVP). Among different artistic experiences it is going to present artists' 3D virtual exhibitions to inspire the users to create their own amazing artworks, Augmented Reality to help to discover how a particular artwork fits into user's home or office, an Artificial Intelligence creation tool to allow artists to draw amazing artistic portraits from a still picture, and much more.
Interview with Mr. Andrea Concas, the Founder and CEO of ArtRights New technologies are actively invoked by the art market newcomers, since they are believed to help in fighting against the most problematic issues of the field. ArtRights is there to support the management and certification of artworks using the opportunities provided by blockchain. ArtLaw.club had a talk to the Founder and CEO of ArtRights, Mr. Andrea Concas.
Interview with Ms.Anaida Schneider, Founder and CEO of TILCOIN Modern technologies allow for the art market to become accessible not only to UHNWI, but to the general people as well. Introduction of blockchain made fractionate investment possible and this is how each of us can own the part of a valuable piece with full guarantees of authenticity. ArtLaw.club is having a talk with Ms.Anaida Schneider, the founder and CEO of the TILCOIN project.
Screens are the new walls This article is engaging with questions of digital provenance and copyright, a question of credibility and the authenticity of a digital image. It also touches upon several digital platforms, including blockchain-based, to introduce the trends in the current art market*
Technology sprouting in the art market Applying blockchain for the art market, Deloitte Luxembourg has developed the proof of concept ArtTractive, a technological alternative to the paper trail that normally proves the provenance and movements of an artwork. The article explores the meaning and functionality the blockchain is providing and discusses the potential of ArtTractive to solve major issues of art industry linked to traceability*