I think we can all agree that $ 23.5 million is quite a lot. You can buy an expensive villa, 4 sports cars, live with dignity for the rest of your life and still have something in your accounts. However, there are different priorities and values in life, and what is a funny picture for some, for others can be an investment worth a small fortune. Ladies and gentlemen, we are talking about this piece of art:
According to a survey conducted by the Angus Reid Forum, the tendency among US consumers to share access to their bank accounts changes with age. Respondents under the age of 35 were significantly less likely to share their passwords with loved ones (19% shared their passwords) compared to the over-55 group, whose ratio was 32%.
Probably many of you associate Mateico with an innovative NFT platform. Today we are proud to announce our new protege that will allow us to motivate artists, their work and bring help to those in need. We have founded a foundation that will work on three pillars. We will provide a special platform so that each of you can participate in our way of helping by jointly dropping money for specific purposes.
Cryptocurrency exchanges over the past decade have undergone a revolution that probably not even their creators foresaw. Evidence of this can be seen in people’s stories about engagement in bitcoin mining at the very beginning, circulating on the Internet. It was most likely done without much conviction and perhaps as an alternative to collecting stamps. But when suddenly the value of these collected "stamps" shot into space, they realized they did not know where they had put the data that could turn them into millionaires.
The subject of copyrights is crucial in every field. After all, there is nothing worse than knowing that someone has appropriated the work to which we have devoted days and nights of blood, sweat, and tears. A lot of people might think that if something is NFT, you can just save it as a picture and use it on pages for marketing purposes or as your profile picture on Twitter. Is it that easy?
We often think that being an artist is a great business. Passive income with royalties, crowds of fans in front of the stage, sitting in the studio, and making music in a good atmosphere. Work hard, play hard as the saying goes. The reality, however, in most cases differs from such a picture. This is due to the fact that the production of high-quality music is expensive and the music industry itself is pretty monopolized.
Metaverse - the word is growing in popularity, and so is its value. The non-fungible token (NFT) market is opening up to luxury brands looking to invest in their digital collections. As it turns out, the demand for digital fashion is there and doing well, and the biggest evolution of the fashion industry is yet to come.
Most people, including artists at the forefront, are aware that the life of an artist is not a path full of roses. Of course, when looking at the biggest stars, we can see that they are immersed in luxury, but we must remember that Hollywood celebrities are just the tip of the iceberg in this professional group. And in every field, there will be those who earn an incomparable amount compared to the rest of the people.
One small step for technology is one giant leap for art. Building an artistic future in a digital world.
Mostly we associate art with “oil on canvas” like Stańczyk hanging in The National Museum in Warsaw or “Profile of time” by Salvador Dalí, which once upon a time was standing in front of Wrocław Sky Tower. However, along with the development of the technological world, art also found its place in the virtual space. What does contemporary art look like in the era of digitization, and what will its future hold?
The creative process has been the same since the dawn of time. An idea is born in the head, and then with the help of colors, sounds, or words is transferred from the mind of the creator to the world of mortals. So far, technology has supported creators primarily by providing tools that allow them to create abstract things, such as 3D animation. However, there were no methods of selling them effectively, especially when it comes to unique and unrepeatable works, such as paintings - until recently.