Angelo, an investment platform that connects physical fine art to NFTs, has revealed its launch. The web3 platform wants to add a more tactile component to the abstract concept of NFT ownership.
The public can experience Angelo for the initial time when the platform soft releases with an art trading competition in December. This will offer the initial practical access to the marketplace before the full official public release in early 2023.
Angelo allows its members to invest fractionally in physical fine art through NFTs. The platform is aimed at a younger, digital-native demographic of investors who have earlier had no access to physical art. Angelo will integrate the world of fine art and the blockchain industry by supporting fractionalized ownership of physical art.
Angelo covers two main concepts: NFT fractionalization (a quickly growing investment sector that is fragmented around NFTs) and the more mainstream notion of physical fine art ownership that has historically been out of the average investor’s access.
Angelo wants to become the home of the art series for the next generation of forward-thinking investors. Such individuals are thrilled by the idea of investing in a new investment opportunity, but may be retain reservation about the risks, uses, and value of NFTs.
“Everyone is welcome to join Angelo, from seasoned investors looking to diversify their portfolio to adventurers and pioneers who are new to the game but are interested to learn and grow,” stated an Angelo spokesperson.
Angelo is launching its platform with an exclusive art business contest beginning on December 5th. Registrations will start on November 17.
Angelou is democratizing the future of fine art by creating a curated ecosystem where creators, collectors, & art lovers can sell, invest, and trade fractionalized art using the power of Web 3.
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