The Seattle NFT Museum opens its doors to blockchain enthusiasts

seattle’s first nft art museum and gallery

Although NFT nurtures the new economy of digital assets and virtual goods, and has taken the art world by storm in recent years, there is no institution dedicated to non-fungible tokens until now. All of this changes from January 27, when the Seattle NFT museum – and the world’s first – opens its doors to the public invitingly NFT enthusiasts to immerse themselves in a digital world.

Founded by entrepreneurs Jennifer Wong and Peter Hamilton, this first of its kind museum was designed to bring together artists, creators, collectors and the wider blockchain community. the belltown showroom featured a range of artwork ranging from larva labs ‘cryptopunks’ series to blake kathryn and H + creative, among many.

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between the virtual and the physical

the two tech executives jennifer wong and peter hamilton have partnered with samsung to provide more custom-designed displays that can change the barriers to work. this way gives curators and artists flexibility in how they display their artwork. As they enter the Seattle NFT Museum (SNFTM), visitors are confronted with some of the most exciting NFT digital art displayed on large, high-resolution screens. If you wander around, you can find QR codes that send them into various online portals, creating an interaction between the artists and their audience. each work of art is associated with the metadata of the token and the content of the creators’ history.

that museum creators seized the opportunity to bring the digital arts and the NFT community together while providing exposure and education. as they mentioned, seeing digital art in a physical space helps ground the NFT experience and unlocks our imagination for what is to come.

‘the imagination of NFT artists and creators is exciting. we wanted to create a space to serve the NFT community while helping to put Seattle on the map as a hub for NFT and blockchain innovation. we are not experts and we are here to learn just as much as everyone else. that’s why we expect feedback and support from NFT enthusiasts to continue to develop the vision, ‘ said Jennifer Wong, co-founder of the Seattle NFT Museum.

The Seattle NFT Museum opens its doors to blockchain enthusiasts

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