Utilising the best token standards, artists for the first time will be able to create crypto collectables from their artworks. Supporting a new wave of creatives in this new frontier market by producing vital infrastructure so that the next generation of artists can easily make use of this technology.
Create Digital Art Collectables
Utilising the Ethereum public blockchain artists will be able to create unique digital collectables as ERC Tokens from any artistic creation. We call them “Crypto Artefacts” they will all be completely unique artworks with high-resolution image files linked to them providing access to only the owner of the token on the Blockchain.
Archive Your Creations
Using our archive & our unique digital standard grading process, artists will be able to understand the objective aspects of digital artwork files. the artwork is graded and given a starting value after which it is sold via auction to archive a true market-driven price.
The metrics which we grade on include PPI, Colour metrics and codec for videos. This process gives art collectors an idea of the quality of the artwork they are buying and rewards artists for achieving the highest archive quality possible.
Protect your IP
The blockchain is the perfect record keeper, that creates a permanent record of ownership for your artwork on the Ethereum public blockchain, proving without any reasonable doubt who the original creator is. Protecting the IP of your art.
Our Digital Standard
Our digital standard is a grading process to help uploaders and collectors to get the best quality reference for any scan or any file type uploaded to the Blockchain Art exchange. This standard has been developed with industry experts in order to give the best objective standard for anything captured digitally.
Tokenise Your Collection
Unlock the potential value of your collection by tokenising any collection of unsold artworks on the Blockchain Art Exchange. With the market cap based on the objective value of your artworks from our grading. This will allow the artist to create concepts for collections they want to produce in real life. Investors then give funding and in return receive tokens that give them a percentage of the profit from sales of the tokenised art collection.