Digital art is a term used to describe art that is made or presented using any type of digital technology (such as digital painting, video mapping, photography, etc).
A digital art collection is an acquisition of digital works of art by a private individual, a corporation, or a public institution. A digital art collection can be resold and displayed in different formats, like a screen at home or at work.
On our website www.artts.io you can purchase digital artwork using a safe payment method, called crossmint, which allows credit cards or crypto-currency payments for those who already have a wallet. You can also subscribe to a preview list and have access to bank transfers if you feel more comfortable with this payment method.
Your digital artwork purchase will be sent to you in the form of a non-fungible token (NFT). You will receive it directly in your wallet once you minted it, for example in your Metamask Wallet, or in your Crossmint wallet (created in advance with your email address if it is the first time you buy a digital artwork). After your purchase and simple authentication, you can download the NFT using the “claim your asset” button on the certificate. already have a wallet. You can also subscribe to a preview list and have access to bank transfers if you feel more comfortable with this payment method.
An NFT (non-fungible token) is a unique digital good, an asset with its own value, owned by its holder. An NFT can be used to digitally prove sole ownership of entities, including works of art and its graphic representation is diverse (jpg, gif, video, etc). NFTs can be collected, sold, and exchanged just like physical assets.
We ensure safe digital ownership of art collections through our blockchain infrastructure provided in partnership with LOGION, the only public blockchain where token-related data and files are transformed into certified evidence and tokens are safeguarded by a decentralized network of legal officers.
No. You don’t have any rights in the physical object to which the NFT relates. The digital collection, when it is a digital twin of the physical work of art, does not give you any rights to the physical object.