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Infinite Objects Unveils Its New NFT Artist Registry Program

Providing artists more ways to add value to their digital art.

Infinite Objects, a platform that aims to elevate your video library by treating moving images in the same light as a poster print, will now allow artists to register their NFTs in a central database. When uploaded, users have the control to either approve or reject a prospective file into a video print.

The IO Artist Registry Smart Contract allows you to set the price of your video NFTs, grant collectors the permission to print your video NFTs, to which the owner will receive royalties on. For example, say an artist uploads an existing NFT for around $300 to $1000 USD, they can earn up to $165 to $830 commission per sale. As with its other services, Infinite Objects looks to empower artists by creating new revenue streams for their digital work. Each video (up to 24 hours of play) is made into a continuous loop that can be enjoyed like a photograph or art print.

You can register for the IO Artist Registry here.

In other NFT news, Coca-Cola is auctioning it’s first ever NFT collectible.

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