Ink, the Ashton Kutcher and Mark Cuban-backed Net 3.0 platform that enables artists and creators to signal, draw or write on any type of digital content material into non-fungible tokens (NFTs), launched Wednesday.
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- By digitally signing any present picture, album cowl, or social content material corresponding to an Instagram publish, YouTube or TikTok video, artists can flip any of their content material into digital tokens that may be purchased, traded and resold by followers with a value of underneath US$50 on Ink’s market.
- “Signatures make issues visually non-fungible, whereas NFTs make issues computationally non-fungible,” Ink founder Max Brody stated. “Inks are the autographs of the longer term.”
- The platform kicked off the launch with an Ink Drop of actress and singer Lexi Jayde, with extra upcoming collaborations with artists, excursions and music festivals.
- Followers don’t want a digital pockets or prior expertise in Web3 to entry the NFTs on Ink, as they will use a debit or bank card inside the Ink market.
- Extra skilled customers can export the bought NFTs to OpenSea or alternate marketplaces.
- The worth of such NFTs have a possible to develop because the artist might by no means signal extra editions of the identical digital content material after it’s bought out.
- Ink raised a pre-seed spherical of US$1.5 million, with early buyers together with Mark Cuban, Ashton Kutcher’s Sound Ventures, Betaworks Ventures and Lupa Methods.
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