2018 is off to a great start with Artory’s inclusion in an article in The Financial Times.
“…Businesses are making significant strides into the potential of recording works and their trading history through blockchain-type technology, which seems a more meaningful application of its potential than accepting volatile digital currencies. These include Artory, an independent digital register founded by Nanne Dekking, chairman of the Tefaf art fair, who believes that securing verifiable information could help persuade wary buyers to art….”
The Financial Times, January 26, 2018
“Cryptocurrencies and collecting: if a lot of people get wealthy this way, they are likely to buy more art.”
The full article can be found here.