Listen now (7 mins) | This installment of The Pomp Letter is free for everyone. I send this email to our investors daily. If you would also like to receive it every morning, join the 50,000 other investors today. To investors, Jason Williams and I are making a big bet on digital art.
Pomp, If you're to do this, collect Art NFTs, then you seriously need to have an art consultant/art adviser who knows about art and what to look for when making decisions. Put it this way, if you have the crypto knowledge to teach Dave Portnoy, then consider who has the art knowledge to help you make good artistic choices? In a subjective and fluid art world it is not enough to have the money and the desire to partake. What is art and what has potential to increase in value is far more complex than trading the crypto market (and you wouldn't advise a novice to start day trading). Nor is it good enough to follow the herd, let alone pick some sill, or shiny thing because it looks cool. There are clear criteria that can be used to sift through the flooded market and pick the gems. Some people buy art with their ears, some use their uncultured eyes and some buy art as if they have two glass eyes. If you want some advice, let me know cheers Jim
How do you verify the authenticity of digital art and how do you protect the original files the artist worked on?
cool，ArtGee translated this article in China
$65 billion market cap for last years...... Most of the buyers are rich who have taste of art and who could afford easily.
But, still bigger market could be the "Long tail of it" that crypto could easily enable......
Art renting subscription?