Shopify merchants with the “.art” domain, which signifies an association with an internet design collective, announced Monday (June 20) that Web3 platform company Verisart to sell and sell non-fungible tokens through custom stores, as part of an arrangement can work with.
The announcement comes just in time for the NFT.NYC NFT conference.
The no-code app, Shopify Plus, lets merchants buy and sell NFTs through their own storefront, with customers claiming their NFTs from the merchant’s store’s dashboard. The app supports multiple blockchains.
Verisart said in the announcement that since 2015, the company has “worked with over 25,000 creators to build their careers in the digital and physical spaces. According to the announcement, those companies include: Shepard Fairey, Pindar Van Armaan , AES+F, Mario Klingman, Petra Courtite and Brendan Dawes.
“We are committed to empowering creators with the technology they need,” Robert Norton, chief executive and co-founder of Verisart, said in a prepared statement.
Ulvi Kasimov, founder of .ART Collective, said in a prepared statement: “As .ART celebrates its fifth anniversary this year, we continue to drive innovation in the art world by sharing the benefits of technology. And we have transformed the creator economy by providing creators with a new revenue stream, and we are excited to offer our domain holders this unique offer to sell NFTs on their own terms using the Verisart Shopify app.
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The website art.art, whose operators help administer the .art domain, said, “Our mission is to support the artistic community, protect and strengthen the digital identities of our members, and generate value from art. We are constantly fostering partnerships and developing new tools to serve as an activation agent to connect technology, art and finance – digitally, but on a human scale. ,
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