CryptoArts is a first of its kind global fintech network for facilitating art acquisition, financing, storage, provenance, and the new demands of art ownership and verification for 21st century art collections and institutions. Harnessing the decentralized ledger technology behind blockchain technologies, CryptoArts ushers in a new era of reliability and security to art collecting, while increasing the overall value of distinguished artworks and reducing occurrences of price gouging, inflation and speculation through the deployment of consensus mechanism technologies.
Keeping true to the values of the Rudanovsky Foundation, Cryptoarts preserves the principle that the culture of civilization is the most precious currency a society can have, and to this end promotes the ethical and educational principles of art connoisseurship just as much as investment and collecting purposes. Furthermore, in a post-conceptual, post-internet art world, the tokenization allowed by the blockchain and CryptoArts’ proprietary technologies is the first genuinely accommodating art ownership solution made for the 21st century market and its new forms of value. CryptoArts’ innovations proudly revolutionize facets of intellectual property and artistic merit through the reliability of tradition and the accrual of value in the course of history.

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CryptoArts project stages

1
18 July 2015
Opening of Rudanovsky Foundation
1 September 2017
First-ever blockchain museum "Rozhdenie"
5 October 2017
Development of the main scenario of Eth protocols
22 October 2017
Acquisition of a painting of Maksimilian Voloshin in CryptoArts fund
11 November 2017
Coordination of museum UC and administrative part
2 December 2017
Preparation of a legal basis
2
1 February 2018
The King of Bahrain Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa became the first monarch who use CryptoArts
10 February 2018
CryptoArts presentation to directors of the largest museums of Russia in ICOM (the International Council of Museums)
30 March 2018
Installation of a node in the House-Museum of Maximillian Voloshin
2018
CryptoArts exhibition in Beijing
2018
CryptoArts presentation in Long Museum, Shanghai
May 2018
Return of a watercolor painting of Maksimilian Voloshin in the Crimean house-museum

CryptoArts project stages

1
18 July 2015
Opening of Rudanovsky Foundation
1 September 2017
First-ever blockchain museum "Rozhdenie"
5 October 2017
Development of the main scenario of Eth protocols
22 October 2017
Acquisition of a painting of Maksimilian Voloshin in CryptoArts fund
11 November 2017
Coordination of museum UC and administrative part
2 December 2017
Preparation of a legal basis
2
1 February 2018
The King of Bahrain Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa became the first monarch who use CryptoArts
10 February 2018
CryptoArts presentation to directors of the largest museums of Russia in ICOM (the International Council of Museums)
30 March 2018
Installation of a node in the House-Museum of Maximillian Voloshin
2018
CryptoArts exhibition in Beijing
2018
CryptoArts presentation in Long Museum, Shanghai
May 2018
Return of a watercolor painting of Maksimilian Voloshin in the Crimean house-museum

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