What is ArtHub?
ArtHub is a decentralized social art marketplace based on blockchain and smart contracts. This accessible, innovative and powerful network integrates, for the first time, all the art market professionals and institutions with the wider public and entrusts building reputation and success to the communities. We make the art world accessible to everyone…
ArtHub is just the beginning of
a new era in the art world!
ArtHub is Decentralizing the Arts Economy
Social Arts Network
ArtHub is social network that, besides the usual features of the leading platforms like, posts, friendships and groups, it devises and creates new mechanisms to empower professionals of the art world, generating a creative environment, connecting art professionals and overcoming the market entry barriers and centralization.
ArtHub offers a decentralized, accessible marketplace, which comprises all arts related professions. This marketplace is specifically devised for the arts field and is leveraged by the social network. The market includes not only artworks but also services related to the arts field, such as appraisal, insurance, shipping and art work verification. The payments and transfers will be made securely n the platform using the IMAGINE token and the blockchain.
Security and Privacy
We give utmost importance to security and privacy in all aspects of the system. ArtHub is a decentralized platform and we do not control or have straight access to sensitive data to protect the platform users. Furthermore, third party companies will audit security and privacy aspects of the platform on a regular basis.
ArtHub will enable collectors to insert and manage their collections in the platform with total privacy control. Collectors can show/post or even make public some or all artworks in their collections. And more, they can create online events, for example, streaming, showing and explaining the details of their collections or even free/paid online/physical exhibitions.
ArtHub users can not only organize events, such as live performances of artists, seminars, workshops and exhibitions in the platform, but also register on-going events all around the world. Users will be able to comment, leave feedback, add these events to their calendars and even buy tickets to the gated events of any type on ArtHub.
The platform will also support IoT protocols, that is, users can integrate the platform with sensors. For example, in a physical exhibition, the curator can provide a live camera 24/7, enthusiasts can have live weather information about an open exhibition and storage companies can provide exclusively to the artworks’ owners the temperature, humidity and cameras of the room where their artworks are stored.