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Hashmasks are NFTs created in a very large art series with common design and traits, that can be viewed as a single living work as a whole, as well as 16,384 individual pieces of art. The work was created by over 70 artists apparently, and contains multiple gamification layers. Hashmasks are available for sale on […]
Eth2 refers to the set of upgrades that are being implemented to enable the Ethereum platform to be more scalable and sustainable, while still being as secure as we have come to expect of it. The upgrades are being developed by a large consortium of development teams across the ecosystems. Users of ETH (and more […]
Rarible has become a de-facto starting place for NFT artists with naerly 29,000 unique collectors and $30 million in volume. Additionally, Rarible launched the $RARI token during the summer with the goal of providing a new layer for truly decentralized art markets. Today, It has been announced that Rarible received nearly $2m in seed funding […]
tl:dr Check current ETH Gas Prices here. What is ETH Gas? Gwei is a unit of gas that is used in the Ethereum network. Gas is used by miners to process transactions and it is one of the key differences between Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. “The amount of gas you need depends on […]
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Crypto Art is the art world’s new frontier, and it’s here to stay. Crypto Art is art that has been created or collected through cryptocurrencies. You can purchase crypto art with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and other digital currencies. Blockchain, the technology that supports cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, is becoming more and more popular. It’s a ledger of all transactions done on its network that can be seen by anyone in the world. The blockchain is a digital ledger of all Bitcoin transactions that is distributed across a peer-to-peer network.
The galleries don’t control the art anymore
The latest trends allow artists to control their output and make sure they have a piece of the pie in perpituity.