NFTs are one of the hottest trends in the crypto space in 2021, their use cases go beyond any previously imagined. These digital assets seem on track to disrupt entire industries and provide users with brand new experiences in entertainment, ownership, and in particular arts.
Centralization and art are two concepts that went hand in hand, but NFTs will be the bridge that supports a revolution led by the people to take control over this industry, change the way a work of art is made, trade, and increase its access for everyone around the world. The museums and art galleries of the future could be supported by a blockchain.
In that sense, Artificial Intelligence (AI) based NFT ecosystem Orama has been designed to drive the change in the NFT and art industry that people have been craving for a long time. Orama is a one-stop solution and NFT ecosystem that operates with a complex AI engine.
By using this platform, users can mint their own AI-generated high-quality and unique NFTs. In order to enable this feature, Orama leverages the Creative Adversarial Network (CAN) and Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) and its different variations together with one of the most complete reference libraries built-in in any platform.
In the past, artists needed to have connections with the infrastructure that hold full control over the industry: critics, museums, academia, auctions houses. In addition, they needed access to the institutions that many times only allow for one single vision of what constitutes a work of art.
With Orama, people have the resources and tools to express themselves and create art as NFTs, giving them full ownership over their work, in a fully automated way. As the AI and the entire Orama ecosystem is supported by blockchain technology, users can participate in every part of the creative and financial process, as the platform allows them to freely trade their NFTs with cross-chain capabilities.
This system has the potential to open new possibilities for artists and the art industry, to make it more censorship-resistant, and less dependent on centralized entities. Despite its detractors, the conservative academics and critics, blockchain technology and a platform like Orama could become the home of the artists of the future.
One Ecosystem To Bridge A Whole Industry, Orama’s AI NFTs Will Take The Industry By Storm
Orama and Orama’s Canvas App enable anyone to become an artist without professional skills or traditional training in the field. The engine is easy to use for everyone at any level as it does the hard work for the user, and it becomes a great tool for experienced artists as it allows them to become more efficient and productive with their work.
In any case, users only need a vision or an idea to see it come to life on the blockchain with the power of Orama’s ecosystem. The Canvas App is complemented by Orama Pictures, Orama Studios, Orama Boutique, and other features supported by the platform’s native token ORM.
In addition, the ecosystem is comprised of an NFT bazaar connected to multiple blockchains through Nexus, a game studio to produce NFT-based games, a fashion brand, and more. Therefore, users have every tool to take their vision to the next level without relying on third parties.
The Orama DAO is the entity that allows users to stake their ORM tokens and participate in the governance model that decides the future of the platform. This is part of the revolutionary model that will let Orama and NFTs to disrupt the art industry. According to the project’s official website:
(…) Orama’s mission is to connect the real world with the beauty of NFT’s through art and beyond. The best way to predict the future is to create it. Be part of this journey.
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