CAN Review – CryptoArtNet is a very welcome resource in the cryptoart landscape. It provides an incredibly useful artist directory, as well as up to date news and links to cryptoart guides that help the newcomer to understand the complex world that the blockchain, website platforms, and innovative artists have created in recent years. I would encourage all cryptoartists to register with CryptoArtNet, as it has the potential to become an essential guide for collectors hoping to find legitimate artists.
I think new collectors will be attracted to strong, consistent art making and to an environment in which artists continue to support the ecosystem through such actions as calling out pirated and fake work.CryptoArtNet founder Clyde F.Smith
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What do you provide?
CryptoArtNet provides a CryptoArtists Directory with free listings for artists and related promo efforts. We also provide additional resources for learning more about cryptoart.
Do you have a unique selling point or benefit for artists or collectors?CryptoArtNet is a great place for artists to share their art and links to their presence on the web. It’s also an excellent place for collectors to discover new artists.
What is your ethos?
Our focus is on promoting artists.
Do you have a roadmap of new features that your platform will roll out?
CryptoArtNet is focusing on promoting artist listings and art for sale. Rather than adding new features we are seeking to greatly improve what we now do.
How has the cryptoart and nft landscape shaped the platform/company?
Our existence is based on the creation of NFTs and the work of cryptoartists.
How did you discover Crypto Art NFTs?
I discovered NFTs and cryptoart through CryptoArt Twitter and the awesome community that’s gathered there.
What if anything, has surprised you about the cryptoart or nft landscape?
Many steps along the way have surprised me momentarily but, overall, it’s growing just as I expected it would. The size of the boom in early 2021 did catch me by surprise but fits my overall expectations.
How would you like the field of cryptoart and nfts to evolve over time?
I would like to see more artist-run platforms and organizations. I would also like to see more activity across blockchains.
How can the cryptoart/nft landscape encourage new collectors to join the scene in the coming year?
I think new collectors will be attracted to strong, consistent art making and to an environment in which artists continue to support the ecosystem through such actions as calling out pirated and fake work.