MakersPlace goes Virtual…Reality

MakersPlace is a marketplace and community to discover and collect rare digital art — digital artworks where its authenticity, rarity and proof of ownership is guaranteed by blockchain technology. Today, we’re home to hundreds of digital art collectors who are collecting to support the arts, to curate and showoff, to make an investment, and more. However, the … Continue reading MakersPlace goes Virtual…Reality

Year-end Recap and Looking Forward

Photo by Tiago Gerken Our mission at MakersPlace is to build a vibrant future for digital creativity, by providing digital creators a platform to sell their art as a rare digital artwork, to collectors worldwide. In doing so, we offer digital artists a completely new revenue stream, which to many of our artists, has already proven … Continue reading Year-end Recap and Looking Forward

Announcing our $2M Seed Financing to Unlock the Future of Digital Creativity

It’s been an exciting year here at MakersPlace. Since launching the first version of MakersPlace back in July 2018, to announcing our easy-to-use blockchain platform for digital creators, the team has been working hard on our mission to enable a vibrant future for digital creativity. Why is this Important? We live in an increasingly digital … Continue reading Announcing our $2M Seed Financing to Unlock the Future of Digital Creativity

How MakersPlace is Actually Empowering Creators with Blockchain

photo by Aziz Acharki Four months ago we launched MakersPlace to the public featuring only a handful of digital artists like Art with Flo, Dania Strong aka Twirble and Mauro Gatti who were intrigued by the possibility that blockchain technology could not only help protect their digital work but also provide a new way to sell … Continue reading How MakersPlace is Actually Empowering Creators with Blockchain

A Place for Digital Creators

We’re all living in an increasingly connected and digital world. Two out of every three internet users now own a smartphone and are consuming record amounts of digital content from videos, articles, photographs, music, art and more. However, the majority of digital content is still consumed either for free or through ads-based platforms, with the … Continue reading A Place for Digital Creators