CryptoAnime, a Japanese entertainment studio, has officially launched the first-ever digital CryptoArt collectibles powered by blockchain technology. The first round of art will be offered in partnership with Zunda World Partners and will feature rare artwork from the Japanese anime Zunda Horizon. Zunda Horizon was recently voted the 4th most popular anime in Japan during the Tokyo Anime Award Festival 2018.
The sale of this artwork falls into a new and intriguing form of art trading known as CryptoArt collectibles. These unique pieces of digital art are highly collectible and are recorded on the blockchain. Like traditional art trades, CryptoArt can be sold and traded like physical goods, with each piece being stamped with proof of authenticity by the artist, creator and a record of who currently owns it. The emergence of CryptoArt collectibles showcases an interesting use of the blockchain and cryptocurrency in its ability to house and facilitate the exchange of truly rare collectibles.
Image Credit: Zunda World Partners