It’s understandable why grasping the promise of the burgeoning Tokenized Art and Collectibles Market can take time. Blockchain technology is still young and tokenized art on the blockchain is even younger. So, in an effort to help explain what this all means, I put together a list of relevant articles to read.

The following is a curated selection of Medium articles about Crypto Collectibles (Non-Fungible Tokens - NFTs) and Crypto Art published over the last 18 months.

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How will blockchain redefine art?

Blockchain technology will impact art and the art industry. But what’s even more interesting is how it promises to reshape our relationship with art.

https://medium.com/dapperlabs/how-will-blockchain-redefine-art-3a74ec5cf036

An Artist’s Guide to the Blockchain / Part 1

Explore the potentials of this emerging technology, and become an active participant to help shape what’s to come.

https://medium.com/xlnt-art/an-artists-guide-to-the-blockchain-part-1-1b0180e5a17a

An Artist’s Guide to the Blockchain: Part 2

This is the second of a three part series dedicated to creative people interested in the blockchain.

https://medium.com/@mattcondon/an-artists-guide-to-the-blockchain-part-2-1ee8b709916f

In-depth look at ERC-721s (NFTs) and the future.(ERC-721's on the Ethereum Blockchain)

An educational post about ERC-721 non-fungible tokens.

https://medium.com/@Mintable/in-depth-look-at-nfts-and-the-future-erc-721s-on-the-ethereum-blockchain-4b8b0d542cea

What on earth is a ‘digital collectible’?

This short blog post is designed to explain to anyone, with any level of knowledge about technology, precisely what a ‘digital collectible’ (also called a ‘nifty’ ) is.

https://medium.com/nifty-gateway/what-on-earth-is-a-digital-collectible-1906c7b5efed

A Beginner’s Guide to Blockchain and Art

When you purchase something digital you now own that thing — sounds simple, but in the virtual context this is revolutionary.

https://medium.com/dapperlabs/a-beginners-guide-to-blockchain-and-art-27c04afc2b88

Who Buys Digital Art—And Why

Why would anyone want to buy a piece of digital art?

https://medium.com/edgecut/who-buys-digital-art-and-why-cd872b870089

The time has come to start your digital art collection

We read books on e-readers, journey the city with the help of Google maps, dance to Spotify playlists, and pay our coffee with Apple pay. Digitization has taken the world by storm and radically changed our daily lives. Nevertheless, there are still areas that are not yet digitized and the art world is one of those few sectors. It’s the digital age; we give you 5 reasons why art is no exception and why digital art will be the next big thing.

https://medium.com/@info_94039/the-time-has-come-to-start-your-digital-art-collection-a6337b7b8ecf

Crypto Art is a GOOD Thing for Digital Artists and Creators

This is a response to the opinion piece by Ben Davis on ArtNet called “The Romance Between the Art Market and Cryptocurrencies Is Getting Weirder Every Day. It Won’t End Well.”

https://medium.com/pixura/crypto-art-is-a-good-thing-for-digital-artists-and-creators-3decc8b86bb8

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