Dadiani Fine Art is the first gallery in the UK to start accepting cryptocurrency for works of art. The currencies which we currently accept include bitcoin, ethereum, ethereum classic, litecoin, ripple, dash and NEM.
What is the blockchain?
A Blockchain is a decentralised, network centric digital ledger, on which transactions are recorded. Cryptocurrencies are managed by this network and not by any central authority. It is a distributed database that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks.
Why use the blockchain?
The blockchain allows for permission-less innovation from payment transactions, to the use of decentralised currencies to smart contracts. This is a revolutionary technology that allows businesses and individuals alike to innovate, transact, fundraise as well as to build applications without the need for permission or intermediaries.
The blockchain is a network-centric, peer-to-peer, borderless technology that relies on a common effort for its maintenance. Cryptocurrency is just one of the basic applications on the blockchain that allows individuals from every corner of the world to buy, exchange and transact over a minimal fee regardless of distance and sum being transacted.
Anyone with an internet connection can now have access to this global, decentralised exchange.
Inventory of available works
Please enquire within for an e-catalogue with a full inventory of art that can be acquired via any of the above-listed currencies.
How can I buy using bitcoin and other altcoins?
Commonly used exchanges and wallets are listed below:
Dadiani fine art will be announcing the launch of its own coin – DadiCoin – later this year.