As the blockchain business grows in popularity, London has announced that it will host the first NFT Art Gallery in the UK. Under the moniker “The Crypto Stars,” the gallery houses a collection of 333 NFT art pieces.
Quantus Gallery, a prominent European NFT advisory, and 3D character artist Pierre Benjamin have collaborated for the first time on this collection.
He discussed how non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are a one-of-a-kind digital asset whose identity is kept on a blockchain and how they differ in quality. He further stated that NFTs are the only kind of art in which ownership can be confirmed, but the identity remains a mystery.
As soon as this statement was made, it rang a bell for a slew of other recent events in the NFT realm. The House of Wisdom in Sharjah, for example, is organizing its inaugural NFT exhibition. From March 1 to April 15, this event will take place.
In January 2022, another event was announced: opening the first NFT museum in Seattle. Increased and improved knowledge of NFTs is part of the museum’s aim. Additionally, the wall writings act as explainers for visitors who want to learn more about blockchain art, and staff members are said to be on hand for additional conversations.