3 space art NFT owners can now show off their digital art in their homes, offices, and offline galleries as well as galleries. It has been achieved by acting as a bridge between the real world, digital art and NFTs.
3Space Art, South Korean blockchain and Metaverse ecosystem roll out new NFT as a subscription service to take internet holdings beyond online communities, allowing people to decorate their spaces with digital art.
Digital artworks powered by NFTs will be viewable in the real world, such as galleries, museums, homes, signs, televisions, kiosks, and other locations.
A virtual meeting point for buyers and collectors
3Space Art describes itself as a virtual gathering place for buyers and collectors to work toward the common goal of making digital art more accessible in the real world. Here, artists and digital collectors are encouraged to share their unique work and attract audiences outside the virtual world.
This is why the 3Space team works with many offline venues and event organizations to appeal to a wider audience, including those who are not familiar with the crypto and NFT space. It also makes it easier for this crowd who knows nothing about cryptocurrency to buy the digital art they love with credit cards and fiat currencies.
Additionally, customers can scan a QR code to purchase that piece of art and display it in their home or office.
3Space Art comes with NFT Marketplace where anyone can buy digital artwork like NFT. NFT collectors, as well as creators, can then share their NFTs in the Art Pool for rewards in the form of PACE tokens.
NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are digital assets that document ownership of items such as photos, videos, and other collectibles on the blockchain. It basically allows, and for the first time ever, proof of ownership of digital items.
In 2021, NFT took over the cryptocurrency industry, with everyone from celebrities, global brands, companies and even countries joining the NFT trend either by buying one or launching their own collection.
NFT market generated more than 23 billion dollars in trading volume in 2021, according to crypto data platform DappRadar.
The advent of the NFT-based Axie Infinity (P2E) game played a vital role in this growth. Profile Picture (PFP) NFTs have been another driver behind the explosion of NFTs, especially the re-emergence of CryptoPunk and Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs. PFP NFTs have become “flexible” and a form of digital status due to their rarity and popularity.
NFTs gained mainstream adoption this year, with Christie’s and Sotheby’s debuting at NFT auctions and accepting cryptocurrencies as payment. This was followed by well-known brands including Visa, Adidas Originals, Pepsi, McDonald’s and Time Magazine joining the NFT space and forming partnerships.
While NFTs have been sold for millions of dollars, at the end of 2021, the metaverse hit the NFT space with digital collectibles and wearables in virtual environments.
NFTs are now ubiquitous and are only expected to grow as 2022 approaches against the backdrop of a record year.