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Published 4 months ago by ilyas with 3 Comments

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  • Maternitus (edited 4 months ago)
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    As a painter I know the importance of provenance in valuing my work, especially when it gets re-sold. Also a Certificate of Authenticity is important to hand out to a client when the painting comes of the easel. That certificate can indeed, as the article states, be printed really easy and without any precautions be falsified. I have the impression that an NFT only goes for digital art and here's my question: how can I make a digital token of my real world painting as a certificate? Is there anybody outthere who wants to enlighten me (and even help me with that)?

    • Maternitus (edited 4 months ago)
      +11

      And I've found a good solution! :-)

      • Maternitus (edited 3 months ago)
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        This week I am exhibiting several of my certified works. It feels kinda good to be ahead of the pack. Most of my "colleagues" don't even document, let alone certify their works, not even on a lousy piece of paper. That's their bad. Hahaha! Anyways, it took some time to get registered at Verisart and it always takes about half a day to get every work I submit on the blockchain and certified, which is not too bad, I guess. Let's see what happens. :-)

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