Vastari Labs

Our industry is evolving fast. Think non-fungible tokens (NFTs), Cryptoart, Blockchain, Ethereum, Smart Contracts, Metaverse and Web 3.0

Vastari has been helping museum and art industry professionals for over a decade; innovating, evaluating and operating at the forefront of the art and tech industry. We are working with digital artists, NFT marketplaces, museums, exhibition producers, VR/AR specialists and professionals across the industry.

If you are looking to protect or commercialise your digital assets, create and drop your own NFTs, market your product or service within this fast growing area, or simply to gain a better understanding of how these developments can commercially benefit you and your organisation:

Get in touch info@vastari.com

Vastari and the Whitworth NFT

Vastari and the Whitworth NFT

The Ancient of Days NFT is a joint venture between The Whitworth, University of Manchester and Vastari Labs. By devising and consulting on the NFT project, Vastari is helping The Whitworth develop an exciting and commercially viable proposition, benefitting both the Museum and local community projects for years to come.

Check out the project here: theancientofdaysnft

NFTs Explained

NFTs Explained

Vastari's CEO Bernadine Bröcker Wieder was asked by the
BBC to explain NFTs and their significance.

#might have heard of NFTs, but what exactly are they?

Are NFTs the Future of Digital Art?

Are NFTs the Future of Digital Art?

In December 2020, artwork sold on non-fungible tokens reached an all-time high of $8.2 million, compared to $2.6 million in November. We will be exploring this trend for collecting NFTs that grew in 2020, and the potential for these digital artworks to be displayed in museums in the coming years. This discussion will be looking at the concepts of scarcity versus exposure and the aura of the original in a blockchain context.

Art + Tech Summit: | Christie's

Art + Tech Summit: | Christie's

In July 2018, leading art, technology and finance specialists offered a range of answers at the inaugural Art + Tech Summit at Christie's in London.

Co-curated by: Christie's, Vastari and Christie's Education

Corporate Sponsor: Bidpoc

3 years after the Art + Tech Summit: Was the art world ready for consensus?

Three years after the first Art + Tech Summit at Christie’s in London exploring blockchain, what has happened? A non-fungible token artwork by American digital artist Beeple sold for $69m, two days after Vastari hosted a webinar on NFT’s and digital art. The panel will look at how the 2018 summit impacted the market and the subsequent expansions. What has happened to the three use cases presented at the summit: registration, digital art and tokenisation?

The panel will explore whether the landscape is different in Asia, North America and Europe. Given this talk is happening two days before Earth Day - our panel will also discuss the environmental impact of blockchain technology, and how the industry is correcting it.