Artists and Web3 Enthusiasts at the NFT Art Gallery in Belgrade
The weekend is behind us, and many exciting things regarding expanding NFT ecosystem knowledge and presenting the industry’s fresh ideas have happened at our NFT art gallery in Belgrade.
NFTizer Development Studio and No Concept Gallery have organized the first open call NFT exhibition in Belgrade. The artists from around the region have submitted their works and more than 40 artwork pieces minted as NFTs on the Open Sea Marketplace. All the NFTs were listed in the auction on Ethereum and Polygon networks. You can check out the art here.
Besides the exhibition, NFTizer and No Concept hosted a two-day event with a common idea – to understand NFT as technology and help the artist step into the world of NFTs.
Friday’s schedule was reserved for Blokemon Meetup, which brought some exciting topics related to the NFT tools and marketplaces development process. Also, guys from Michelangelo Labs talked about their NFT Collection-inspired sculptures. It was an excellent intro to the NFT exhibition opening.
Saturday’s schedule was more oriented toward explaining the technology context of NFTs, what happens behind the NFT curtain, the NFT marketplace overview, and how to start with the NFTs.
Speakers who already had experience working with NFTs presented their use-cases, such as art, charity, community building, etc., and gave us an overview of the problems they faced.
Guests also had an opportunity to hear more about the legal background of the NFTs, copyrights, and how they will be settled in the future.
Besides all the good parts and possibilities that this technology brings us, we did our best to warn people about some of the things they should be careful about when purchasing and launching NFTs.
Therefore the speakers pointed out how much education about the core concept is important, and users should do their own research before jumping into some of the projects.
At the end of each section, there were common panel discussions with all the speakers that opened the door for visitors’ points of view. It allowed them to learn something new through the interaction with panelists.
Compared to previous events that we organized, NFTs gathered more interest than web3 technology, where the visitors were all internal developers.
The weekend ended up with an auction in the NFT art gallery. Some of the NFTs were sold and after that, we had a party for all those who wanted to have some fun. In the end, it is one of the reasons we organized all of this.
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Until the next time!