Pixlr Genesis Users Are Building the ‘Louvre of the Metaverse’ With NFTs
The non-fungible token (NFT) boom of 2021 has swept digital artists like Beeple, Pplpleasr and FEWOCiOUS from obscurity to stardom, and seen the traditional art world grappling with how to present NFT artwork to its audience.
Now, photo editing and design software manufacturer Pixlr is bringing its extensive expertise and its 500 million strong global community to bear, with plans to create a decentralized art museum of NFTs named Pixlr Genesis. The ambitious goal is to rival the likes of the Louvre, MOMA, and the National Gallery, but in the virtual world known as the metaverse.
Projects like Metaliums, which is a group of collectable items that you can own then trade and sell as NFT, physical, and metaverse objects are bringing real value to the crypto world. Metaliums.com
A museum for the metaverse
The metaverse is being tipped by everyone from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Chinese tech giant