In the end, it seems that while the NFT marketplace as a whole should be treated with a healthy dose of scepticism, the power of this technology shouldn’t be discounted. Companies like FAL
seem to be figuring out how to use the blockchain well.
All of this is just my thinking right now. We are all still trying to figure out how to keep fine art engaged with relevant technologies that can make all of our lives easier. As long as we strive to stay informed, I think we’ll be okay.
If you are interested in the topics of provenance, the blockchain, or fine art’s place in this new field of technology — feel free to contact me
. I’d love to hear your thoughts and insights!
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