CryptoArt mover and shaker Vincent Van Dough, has emerged from the 3AC fiasco with a brand-new art management platform. He is, essentially, aiming to guide newcomers through the murky waters of NFTs with his sleek new ‘Art of this Millennium’ service.
Historically, most NFT platforms have acted as minting factories for the masses. Other than this, they offer little support for those daunted by the sheer scale and complexity of the industry. So, to remedy this inadequate status quo, Art of this Millennium (AOTM) will assist artists on every step of the NFT journey.
An Artist Support Platform
AOTM will aid users with curation, marketing, promotion, sales, exhibitions, and legacy planning through the platform. While also guaranteeing a 10% creator royalty fee for every artwork on its books, regardless of the marketplace used. This entire suite of new services will cost a 15% share of any NFTs it helps to sell.
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— AOTM (@AOTMgallery) November 22, 2022
AOTM has lined up a menagerie of 32 high-caliber digital artists to kick off the project. The artists have been selected for their excellent command of striking visual images. Initially focusing on online exhibitions, there are plans to expand into the physical plane as the platform gathers steam.
Earlier in the year, Vincent Van Dough played a crucial role in helping untangle the Three Arrows Capital shambles. In a nutshell, assisting liquidators account for the vast ‘Starry Night Capital’ NFT portfolio that 3AC hired him to curate.
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