Manhattan-based History and Museum has filed several patents related to non-fungible tokens
Museum of the City of New York submitted Web3-related patent application filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Founded in 1923, Manhattan-based History and Museum plans to offer downloadable cryptocurrency collectibles, non-fungible tokens, and application tokens.
The museum has six curatorial departments that focus on photography, theater, decorative arts, costume, painting, and sculpture. Its collection also explores the cultural and economic significance of the Big Apple.
Museums are not just about history
rear NFTs It exploded in popularity last year, and many museums jumped on the bandwagon.
The Vienna-based Belvedere Museum has launched an NFT drop of Austrian Symbolist painter Gustav Klimt’s famous painting The Kiss on the eve of Valentine’s Day.
Last September, the British Museum entered the NFT space by partnering with startup LaCollection to showcase a collection of digital Hokusai postcards. In January, American contemporary artist KAWS introduced augmented reality to his Serpentine gallery. London.
Last May, the first NFT museum opened in Seattle to close the curtain on digital art.
In mid-July, a full-fledged NFT gallery opened in Midtown Manhattan, New York’s central commercial and retail district. This allows creators to display their digital art from anywhere in the world.