Regestra is a multipurpose platform which utilizes new technologies to connect emerging artists with interested collectors while providing them with the tools they need to seamlessly transfer ownership, combat counterfeit art, and promote heightened transparency in the global art market.
A free democratized social media platform creates a secure way for artists (producers) and collectors (consumers) to communicate with each other. Premium incentives such as certificates of authenticity and an affordable molecular scanner provide extra means of security.
Transfer of title and certificates of authenticity are accomplished using blockchain technologies to provide ironclad authenticity for artworks trust and guarantee online transactions of contemporary art are bonafide. The molecular scanner has the potential to change the secondary market (resale of art) to provide a much higher threshold of assurance than is provided by traditional conservation and connoisseurship used today.
Regestra will not only expand the current art market but generate new capacity through social media interface and quality assurance to initiate potential collectors in a secure investing environment.
This site is for Artists, Collectors, Museums, Art Galleries. These different users interact on a day to day basis in providing information about their arts and their interests. They can upload their artwork from this site to blockchain. All entries of the artwork in blockchain will be displayed in the dashboard of Artist.
Digitize certificates of authenticity using blockchain technology. The blockchain, like provenance, is a ledger with a list of transactions. However, unlike traditional paper provenance records is digitized and decentralized. Thus, establishes a record of ownership and proof of authenticity of an artwork.
Material sensor that uses machine learning algorithms to scan artwork onto a database in order to eliminate forgeries and improve copyright protections. Artists and collectors will be able to determine reproduced artwork rendering counterfeits worthless.
Artist creates a piece of art.
Artist logs into Regestra dashboard or Regestra mobile application.
Artists generates a unique ID for new piece of art.
Artist generates certificate of authenticity with descriptive details regarding the artwork such as Artist name, Title of the work, Year of completion, Dimensions, Medium, Edition number, if applicable, Special instructions, Artwork Image and Statement of Authenticity.
Artist utilizes Regestra’s pocket molecular sensor to scan the molecular composition of the artwork into the Regestra database.
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