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About Regestra

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.

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Our Features

How it works

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  • 01. Artwork creation

    Artist creates a piece of art.

  • 02. Log in

    Artist logs into Regestra dashboard or Regestra mobile application.

  • 03. Artwork unique ID generation

    Artists generates a unique ID for new piece of art.

  • 04. Certificate of authenticity generation

    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.

  • 05. Artwork register

    Artist utilizes Regestra’s pocket molecular sensor to scan the molecular composition of the artwork into the Regestra database.

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Development of Regestra Platform
(Road Map)

  • 2018

    Baseline Setup

    121 days

    UX Development

    75 days

  • 2019

    UI Development

    150 Days

    API Service Layer

    45 days

    API Gateway Integrations

    25 days

    Blockchain Contract Development

    45 days

    Molecular Scanner Integration

    25 days

    Business Services

    30 days

  • 2020

    API Layers Integration

    115 days

    Business Orchestration Layer Integration

    35 days

    Test Automation

    145 days

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Core Team

Ford Harmon

Co-Founder - Business Strategy

A business-law attorney, who focuses on assisting artists and blockchain-related companies. He also runs a blockchain consulting firm and regularly speaks and writes about blockchain technology.

Clifton Mattheus

Co-Founder - Business Development

Holds a M.S. degree in Leadership and Management with 5+ years in Healthcare ITS. Eagerly followed the rise of crypto since 2013 while currently working towards a B.S. in Software Engineering.

Rao Kanakala

Co-Founder - Full Stack Developer

Seasoned technology leader with startup experience. Knowledgeable executing strategies that employ solution development, acquisition, and integration to deliver business results. Proficiency with blockchain, Machine Learning and Cloud Application development.

Eric Golden

Co-Founder - Business Development

M.A degree from the University of Oklahoma. Eric is an experienced professional and effectual leader with a proven ability to exceed expectations. Has a passion for art and related technologies.

Rick Sorrells

Co-Founder - Visual Artist

Self-taught Austin native and freelance artist Rick A. Sorrells spent the last 20 years honing in on perfecting his passion while his efforts currently thrive in solo exhibitions.

Dimitris Chatzilias

Co-Founder - UI/UX Design

Master's degree in Human-Computer Interaction and Mechanical Engineering. He has worked in Construction, Finance, and IT, and eventually balanced his technical and artistic side through UI/UX Design.

Christopher Rahmeh

Co-Founder - Content

Museum and art afficianado with expertise in exhibition design, collections management, and current art market trends. He is pursuing his master's degree in museum studies and digital curration.

Evriss Pierre

Co-Founder - Business Development

Strategic thinker with 7 years of banking experience. Sculptor and self-taught in many disciplines. Interested by new technologies of all kind. Current Director of a Bank Mobile Wallet Program Department

Blog

November 29, 2018

How On Earth Do You Enforce Copyright On The Internet?

As the internet floods the public with digital information, there become more and more opportunities for the public to utilize that information in their own work. However, much of...

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November 15, 2018

Original vs Experience: The Quandary of New Media Artwork

When it comes to art, the original is king. Collectors and museums don’t like fakes duplicates or copies (most of the time), they want the original...

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November 8, 2018

The Woes and Worries of an Online Art Market

In order to grow their audiences and increase their sales, many artists turn to this big wonderful thing called the internet. Auction houses such as Sothesbys and Christies...

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October 24, 2018

Controlled Vocabularies mean Controlled Searches

When we use Google or many other search engines it is often quite remarkable how it is able to pull up reliable results for almost anything asked of it. On many other websites...

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October 7, 2018

Let’s Be Activists: A History of Archivists And How New Technologies Allow Us To Establish And Preserve Trust

The dictionary definition of an archivist is simply “a person who maintains archives.” Sounds exciting right?...

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September 13, 2018

An Introduction to Digital Curation

As technology becomes ubiquitous with everyday life, a need to organize non-analog data becomes more and more apparent. Digital data is created on a massive scale and...

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September 12, 2018

Cats and Fungability: How ERC Tokens Could Save The Art Market

Fungable is an economic term meaning a good or commodity in which all versions of itself are interchangeable. Every version of this good is of the same value...

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August 23, 2018

Legalities and Looting: Nazi Era Provenance Research

Provenance, or the complete history of ownership of an object, has been utilized by historians and scholars since the 1700’s. It is roughly equivalent to the chain of ownership...

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August 7, 2018

Copyright and Title: How well do they work?

It is estimated that about fifty percent of artwork is forged and the highly opaque standards of the art market make it easier to get away with. There are several ways to protect...

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July 26, 2018

The Uneven Terrain of The Art Market

The art market is not an easy beast to follow, both to those fluent in the market and especially to those unfamiliar with the market. With an industry value of fifty billion...

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July 16, 2018

Annual Reports on the Art Market Evidence Excitement About Blockchain’s Potential

The art industry, rife with stories of forged paintings, museum heists, money laundering, and Nazi-looted art...

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July 7, 2018

Distributed Ledgers, Blockchain, and the Art Market

A ledger is basically a trail. It generally exists in a book or database of transactions in which separate accounts can have their history summarized. In the economic sense...

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June 28, 2018

Art 2.0: An Analysis of the Alan Turing Institutes Study on Art and Blockchain

Blockchain technology is an exciting prospect for many industries, including the art market. A recent study by the Alan Turing Institute...

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June 14, 2018

Accountability in the Museum Industry

Provenance and authenticity of artworks are the primary concerns of Regestra as forgeries and illegal sales are an unfortunate byproduct of the art market...

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June 7, 2018

What types of documents do museums ask for from donors and dealers in addition to provenance and history?

I think that some important overlooked documents in a museum registrars toolbox would be documents related to the objects...

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