In token news…

Note to potential deep pocket investors: All Court Painter images accompanying this post could be yours and yours alone for a handsome sum.To make it even more special Court Painter insisted on being in each full colour digital asset.Couldn’t get any more enticing than that!

Court Painter Enterprises has just launched a new type of digital art asset – known as a non-fungible token (NFT) – that has exploded in popularity during the plague as enthusiasts and art investors scramble to spend enormous sums of money on items that only exist online.

Blockchain technology allows selected Court Painter masterworks to be publicly authenticated as one-of-a-kind, unlike his traditional online objects which can be endlessly reproduced.

Court Painter’s Press Attache & Marketing guru AHM explained,“You can come into the studio and take a picture of a Court Painter masterwork but it doesn’t have any value because it doesn’t have the provenance or the history of the NFT (non-fungible token) digital art asset all locked up in blockchain, authenticated with a digital signature to certify ,” said AHM , proudly showing off his agility with the language of the new sales initiative.

Also the reality here is that this is very, very valuable because Court Painter believes it is and AHM backs him up.

AHM went on to further elucidate,“Non-fungible” refers to items that cannot be exchanged on a like-for-like basis, as each one is unique – in contrast to “fungible” assets like dollars, stocks or bars of gold.

Each Court Painter collectible has a unique serial number with guaranteed scarcity and protected ownership guaranteed by blockchain”, AHM says. “When you own a legendary Court Painter NFT subject, you’re the only person in the world who does.”

AHM and Court Painter are confident that his digital works will retain their value and that NFTs represent the future of digital art ownership, paving the way for a world in which people live, love, laugh and be happy and make money in virtual environments.

Court Painter chimed in,“When not churning out hand rendered commissions, I spend a lot of my time digitally, always online, always plugged in. It makes sense to now add property rights to the mix and suddenly we have the emergence of the metaverse.”

AHM noted that Court Painter doesn’t really know what that means and went on to explain,The Metaverse is a collective virtual shared space, created by the convergence of virtually enhanced physical reality and physically persistent virtual space,[1] including the sum of all virtual worldsaugmented reality, and the Internet.