Need-To-Inform. NFT World Platform



NFT World Platforms

An urgent need for greater clarity is emerging in the world of NFT platforms, which are already offering a very large number of diverse and varied products. To enhance the navigation experience, for example OpenSea, With Foundation, Decentraland, Studio, NFT Market, NFT Gallery, have already organised their offer into ten categories: New Art, Collectibles, Domain names, Music, Video, Photography, Sports, Trading cards, Utility and Virtual Worlds, but even these organisations have lots of overlaps and gray areas, and we believe these marketplaces need greater clarity, stability and transparency in order to attract new collectors. That is urgent, thought the market will collapse and its image will affected trust, resulting in negative experiences and collapse market system.

“The disruptive NFT technology escapes the ‘standard’ segmentation of the art market, traditionally organised into periods, mediums, movements, etc. Coving a multitude of extremely innovative initiatives, the NFT phenomenon is spreading into numerous intermingling areas. But, looking ahead, we must continuing working on a framework that will inform players in this market about what is exchanged and about what creates value; in short, a clear and objective way of presenting the information relating to NFTs (origin, edition, supply, demand, use, etc.), information that is necessary to reassure the market”.

That is for the near future.


.Market and users


For its Natively Digital: A Curated NFT Sale, which closed on 10 June 2021, Sotheby’s brought together items as diverse as creations by the collective Art Blocks, a reinterpretation of Claude Monet’s called Meules after Claude Monet painting by the artist digital Matt Kane, the prices was 214,200 USD, 5 second looping mp4 video, as a Non-fungible-Token ERC 721, Minted on May 27, 2021 ed. 1/1, View the assets achieved Arweave & IPFS as part of the NFT.

The next sold artwork was another type of conceptual work by Rhea Myers aptly titled Secret Artwork (Content), was 63,000 USD, year 2018, Non-fungible-token ERC 721, Smart contract data and Web3 visualisation, minted on July 23, 2018, ed. 1/1 about which the artist said “there is nothing rarer than something that doesn’t actually exist”. With her unquestionable influence, conveyed through her explorative and educational research. Myer´s continued experimentation sits at the cutting edge of conceptual experimentation off the NFT form, and Myers herself stands as, one of the leading voices and experts on the conceptual possibilities of the medium with net.art, that is involved with web elements. The cryptographic hash (salted sha256) of the work. The Daedalian artwork is „ownable“ as an Ethereum ERC721 token, though the owner is no more aware of its contents than the wide public. The presentation of the token takes the form of a dapp, a decentralised application that runs on the blockchain, revealing all the artworks details bar its contents. This pieces according Sotheby´s are ever traceable but never knowable, presents an opportunity to acquire an infinity of artistic interpretation and possibility, shrouded by a mysterious yet impenetrable matrix of cryptographic code. An unbreakable bond between artist and owner locked on Ethereum´s digital ledger.

Today, it is clear that NFTs represent a market that is open to all forms of hybridisation, that of art and gaming, design and sport, etc.. Even if certain distinctions seem to have become obsolete, Sotheby’s still chose to sell Cryptopunk 7523 separately (it fetched $11,754,000) which suggests that some NFTs still deserve specific treatment. Such a separation, based solely on demand, would obviously benefit from an accentuation of the homogeneity of the sessions.

This does not necessarily imply excluding CryptoPunks from digital art sales just because they are profile pictures (PFPs) rather than actual works. But it should be recognised that CryptoPunks, generated by random combinations, fall better into the category of Collectibles, however unattractive this rubric may sound.

Collectibles and Art Categories


The confusion between the Collectibles and Art categories is partly based on price… because a profile photo purchased for several million dollars is perhaps an artwork as well. Similarly, when Sina Estavi acquired Jake Dorsay’s first tweet for $2.9 million in March 2021, he compared this piece of code to the world’s most famous work of art, Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. It could not be understood in this easy way, comparing a Master Piece with a Piece of Code. The Art World is call for injunction and must give also definitely strict lines to follow about meaning and concepts between an artwork and a piece of code, created like an algorithm in an Online Platform, like Tweeter, which are called beautiful works. On the other hand, artworks with heavy backgrounds of significance, allowed them to be impenetrable in an easy way to be compared in doubtless markets like todays rosen Platforms.

The NFT market is therefore still peppered with ambiguity and paradox. Clearly on the side of decentralisation and transparency, the NFT market still harbours numerous anomalies, which Financial Times journalists Hannah Murphy and Joshua Oliver have listed in a somewhat alarmist article entitled “How NFTs became a $40 bn market in 2021”:

The unregulated space is also plagued by fraud, scams and market manipulation, especially because the real-world identities of buyers and sellers is difficult, if not impossible, to discover. Analysis by Nansen found $2 USD million of suspicious activity across the CryptoPunk and Bored Ape collections in the 30 days to mid-December. Some NFTs, for example, were sold at a 95 per cent discount to the average sale price, either because of mistakes by buyers and sellers, tax write-offs or some other scam exploiting unskilled users. Researchers have also warned that the market is likely being inflated by wash trading — when a trader takes both sides of a trade in order to give the false impression of demand.

Emerging Market Channel


So far, there are not enough clear and transparent results to placate such suspicions. In 2021, Artprice databases listed just under 300 NFT lots sold at public auction for a total of $228 million USD, representing just 1.5% ofF the global secondary art market. Among the 100 best auction results of the year 2021 for NFTS, Artprice counted 65 digital artworks, 32 ‘collectibles’, 2 ‘digital zones’ and 1 film sequence.

But this is only the emerging part of a market that is growing at an exponential rate. The sooner the NFT marketplaces allow users to navigate with confidence by providing objective and useful information, the sooner they will reassure collectors and art professionals, and open the world of NFTs to new players, gaming enthusiasts and fellow creators.