It is with deep sadness and a heavy heart that Async Art has announced the winding down of its operations over the coming months. This decision marks the end of an incredible journey that has left an indelible mark on the world of digital art and NFTs.
Conlan Rios, known as conlan.eth, expressed his gratitude to everyone who has been part of this remarkable journey. While Async Art, as a company, is coming to a close, he emphasized that he remains as bullish as ever on digital assets. He hopes to continue celebrating the creativity and innovation that the community continues to foster, build, and collect.
Async NFTs, which have been at the heart of this pioneering platform, will remain securely pinned on IPFS, ensuring their presence on-chain. However, it’s important to note that Async Market will cease to support new purchases by the end of 2023. Additionally, Async Art will no longer accept new submissions, starting from the announcement date.
Async Art’s unique pieces, characterized by their dynamic nature, often require a front-end website and user interface for interaction. The team intends to explore the possibility of launching a simplified viewer in the coming months, allowing collectors and enthusiasts to continue engaging with these artworks.
While Async Art, the company, bids farewell, the spirit of dynamic and generative art that it helped nurture is far from fading away. The team is confident that this movement will endure through the passion and dedication of Web3 builders and creators.
This announcement serves as an opportunity to extend heartfelt thanks to the incredible community of artists, collectors, and partners who have supported Async Art over the past 3.5 years. The platform’s achievements and contributions to the world of crypto art will be remembered, and its legacy will continue to inspire the future of digital art and NFTs.
After much deliberation, it is with heavy hearts that we announce Async Art is winding down operations over the next few months. https://t.co/7nou7X46Fr
— Async Art (@AsyncArt) October 23, 2023