Current methods of authentication are outdated and leave plenty of gaps in the system. Works of art mysteriously disappear and then reappear on the market.
Professional forgers pass off fakes as the real thing. And art buyers are left wondering whether the expensive works of art they buy are actually worth the expensive price tag. How is it currently proven if a piece is original? Usually, just with a paper certificate that declares your item is authentic.
Sadly, a piece of paper saying your artwork is original doesn’t really mean much. It can be stolen, lost or destroyed. And once it’s been separated from the artwork, it becomes basically meaningless.
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Baltazar worked for several years in the fine arts industry as well as curating art events in<br /> Guatemala’s artistic city centre. He has been in the large scalable Bitcoin space since 2016
Carlos has extensive experience as a Linux administrator and coder. He is deeply knowledgeable on the technical and economical aspect of scalable Blockchain systems.