Binance NFT to present works by Leonardo Da Vinci and Van Gogh

The Binance NFT platform collaborates with the Hermitage, one of the world’s largest museums, to tokenize artworks preserved in the museum. Yesterday Binance announced that the NFS would be auctioned off on the local Sunday at the end of August 2021. A joint NFT project is called “your token stored in the Hermitage,” in which the Hermitage auctions off a collection of NFTs limited to digital copies of masterpieces.

Democratic and affordable
NFT collection, Madonna Litta Leonardo Da Vinci, Judith (Giorgione), mauve Bush by Vincent Van Gogh), building VI (Vasily Kandinsky), in the corner of the garden at Montgeron (Claude Monet). Displaying some of the world’s deepest artworks, The Hermitage aims to provide exhibition and accessibility while emphasizing the museum’s Democratic and external approach. The Hermitage emphasized the importance of digitization today.

In October, the museum announced that each artwork would have two NFT copies. The former will be stored in storage, while the latter must be auctioned off. All proceeds from the sale will be transferred to the State Hermitage.

Maintaining Uniqueness
To preserve the uniqueness of these works of art, all digital copies are personally signed by Mikhail Piotrovsky. In October, the director of the Hermitage created an independent work by adding his signature, date and exact time of the signature to unique versions of the masterpieces. The signature location, The Hermitage building itself, is also stored in Metadata.

“New technologies, especially blockchain, have opened a new chapter in the development of the art Sunday, driven by the ownership and guarantee of this property…This is an important stage in the development of relations between man and money, man and thing,” said Mikhail Borisovich Piotrovsky, CEO of the Hermitage Dec.

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