For artists and art collectors, we created an online platform to convert the ownership of art into digital certificates. Via these certificates of ownership, or tokens, we introduce a totally new way to collect, trade, and expose art.
Artists benefit from an increasing potential of collectors. Also, from all future trades, artists get royalties automatically. Collectors benefit from a fluid market and low transaction fees because there is no need for intermediaries.
By using blockchain technology, we make collecting and trading art secure, transparent, and inclusive.
Artists benefit from an increasing potential of collectors. Also, from all future trades, artists get royalties automatically.
Collectors benefit from a fluid market and low transaction fees because there is no need for intermediaries.
The tokenized artwork will be available for exposition by qualified museums, government buildings and corporaties
The platform is available for applications beyond art, like real estate, business jets, classic cars and startups.
Live painting by Peter Riezebos at CES in Las Vegas
At the CES in Las Vegas (January 7-10) international artist, Peter Riezebos created an artwork live at the booth of Fluidensity. The painting is the first artwork ever that will be traded at the blockchain platform of Fluidensity.
State Secretary Mona Keijzer visit Fluidensity at the CES in Las Vegas
Mona Keijzer is State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Climate Policy. She is joining the Dutch mission at CES in Las Vegas.
Tribute to Van Gogh by Peter Riezebos
Dutch artist Peter Riezebos hosted a Gala Dinner at the Amstel Hotel in Amsterdam to celebrate his Tribute to Van Gogh. And Fluidensity was invited.
Peter Riezebos created a series of 10 paintings as an homage to Vincent van Gogh. The paintings are pure Riezebos paintings but inspired by Vincent van Gogh.
Fluidensity visit Moca Shanghai
Last week we visited Moca, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Shanghai. Moca is located in the Peoples Park in the centre of Pudong.
The museum presented Do You Copy? , encompassing the media of video, painting, photography, sculpture, installation, fashion, and artificial intelligence. Do You Copy features works by artists and creative collectives, over half of which are commissioned specifically for this exhibition or presented in public for the first time.
Techleap.nl select Fluidensity for CES2020 Las Vegas
Special Envoy of Techleap.nl, His Royal Highness Prince Constantijn van Oranje, travels with 49 Dutch startups, including Fluidensity, to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 in Las Vegas. He announced this during CES Unveiled in Amsterdam, the ultimate sneak peek of what will be launched worldwide at CES 2020. Also State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Climate, Mona Keijzer will also be present in Las Vegas.
CES 2020 Las Vegas
At the CES in Las Vegas, the largest tech show on the planet, we launch our art platform Fluidensity. For the first time ever, international artist Peter Riezebos will convert artwork via our Fluidensity platform into digital tokens. He will create this artwork live at our booth at CES Las Vegas.
CES Eureka Park is the global stage for startups where new ideas are funded and new acquisitions happen.
Peter Riezebos (1980) is a Shanghai-based artist from the Netherlands. His creative work encompasses drawings and paintings, primarily in abstract, figurative and neo- expressionism traditions.
Peter Riezebos is an autodidact. His creative ability emerged early in life and originated from his neurological dispositions and strong desire to express his emotions and experiences visually.
Dutch startups joining CES 2020
Fifty Dutch startups, including Fluidensity, will present themselves from 7 to 10 January 2020 at the world’s most prestigious technology event in Las Vegas. Besides his Royal Highness Prince Constantijn van Oranje, State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Climate, Mona Keijzer and Gerbert Kunst, Consul-General in San Francisco, will also be present in Las Vegas.
CES offers a fantastic opportunity to engage with an international audience of investors, potential partners and new customers.
Art goes Digital on the Blockchain
Fluidensity developed an online platform for the tokenization of assets using blockchain technology.
By using blockchain technology, collecting and trading art will be secure, transparent, and inclusive.
Can blockchain technology protect cultural inheritance?
A commission led by Alexander Pechtold, announced action should be taken to prevent artworks, considered part of Dutch cultural heritage, from being sold to foreign collectors.
How youth and technology are disrupting art
Would you buy digital art on blockchain? How about AI-driven autonomous art from an Instagram-only gallery?
Here's how tech and millennials are disrupting the art world.
How blockchain will change the world's oldest profession
Often prostitution is called the world's oldest profession. But in fact, creating art is. Since the existence of humanity, art is used to communicate, tell a story, capture history, and shape cultures.
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