Now everyone can own a unique “Mona Lisa” thanks to NFT art. Rare paintings, limited collections, instant ownership. Art has reached the next level, displacing traditional formats with tech driven ones as a result of the massive advantages technology offers to art . The International NFT Conference once again brought together artists and digital art enthusiasts from around the world to showcase new forms of NFT art, and expand the boundaries of art and consciousness. How NFT Art Forever Changed the Art World Until the emergence of NFTs, owning truly original and rare artwork was almost impossible. The most valuable pieces were already locked away in prestigious museums around the world. Only copies and reproductions were available to the general public. Verifying the authenticity of contemporary paintings was nearly impossible unless you were willing to take the artist at their word. The “birth” of digital art has changed everything. A wave of NFT art has stormed into the art world, offering rare artwork whose uniqueness can be verified with the click of a button. Every NFT creation comes with a certificate of authenticity that includes information about the artist, the creation date, and the history of its ownership. NFTs have also accelerated and simplified the interaction between artists and art enthusiasts, all through your mouse and keyboard. Now it’s possible to instantly become the owner of a rare masterpiece from any corner of the planet, without the lengthy wait or the risk of damage during transportation. Do NFTs have a future? Every so often, representatives and devoted fans of traditional art claim that NFTs will never catch up to “real” art, one day becoming obsolete. However, NFTs are not competing in the same race. It is a different form of art. More expansive, convenient, and faster. If NFTs had no future, then why do millions invest in it? Here are a few facts. Digital artist Beeple’s artwork “Everydays: The First 5000 Days” was sold for $91.8 million in 2021. Another painting, a collage by him fetched the artist $69.3 million. The artwork titled; “Crossroads” was acquired for $28.9 million. And these are just a few examples. And no, you don’t need millions to own a rare piece of artwork. There are more accessible options available that are equally unique and incredible, and that was precisely those alternatives that were showcased at the legendary NFC23 conference. The event that brings together NFT-artists and enthusiasts from around the world NFC23 is an international conference dedicated to NFT art. This year it took place from June 7th to 9th in Lisbon, bringing together over 4000 digital art enthusiasts from different countries, 200+ artist speakers, 100+ unique global collections, unforgettable shows, games, debates on NFTs, and new AI formats. Guests were thrilled by exclusive digital shows enhanced with music, speeches, and light shows on the main stage, which was as large as a small supermarket. They also appreciated the unique format of Blind Talks, where legendary artists presented their work, accompanied by thematic videos and lectures for maximum immersion. The pop-up gallery impressed not only the guests, but also the artists. Digital paintings were displayed on Gazer METASMART TVs using the innovative multiart technology. The cutting-edge TV screen showcased all the details and colors of the artwork with incredible clarity and vibrancy. “It was amazing to see my paintings in such perfect quality!”, shared one of the NFT artists. One of the guests’ favorites was Cyber YuYu, a visual artist from Berlin originally from Taiwan. In his creations, he boldly and vividly combines traditional painting with the theme of BDSM. Among other renowned digital artists present were: @deekaymotion, @InvsbleFriends, @ChimpersNFT, @trevorjonesart, @Coldie, @farokh, @dave_krugman, @shavonnewong_, @osf_rekt, and thousands of others. Contribution of a brand to the development of NFTs The organizers of the NFC23 conference created a transformative atmosphere. On the first day, it took the form of the Blind Talks, and on the second day, it was shown through the pop-up gallery. This gallery was equipped with Gazer TVs featuring the innovative multiart application. Thanks to this technology, it was easy to stream artwork from global NFT collections through the TV screens. Guests enjoyed high-quality digital art in every corner of the gallery, facilitated by the enhanced multiverse screens. This technology allowed for a clear and vibrant image for the NFT collections. The NFC23 conference and the future of NFT art received support not only from global brands like Ledger, Cult of Crypto Art, The Sandbox, BNV, Arianee, Exclusible, and OVER but also from the Ukrainian brand Gazer. This event perfectly aligned with the intrinsic values of the Gazer team. Gazer’s mission is to expand the capabilities of modern TVs and empower users by making complex things simple. The new multiart application provides easy access to the world of NFT art, with just a few clicks of a button. Now all the most popular digital paintings, collections, and galleries are available to users at home on their favorite TV screens.