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Verisart, the first ever platform for certifying and verifying physical artworks and collectibles on the world’s most secure, decentralized register.

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Verisart enables artists to create certificates of authenticity in two easy steps via a free app. Available on iTunes, the app provides a simple way to share certificates, display collections, protect identity and establish a permanent record. Each certificate meets the minimum requirements for international cultural documentation standards, linked open data policies and specifications of collections management systems and cataloging databases worldwide.

By using distributed ledger technology provided by the blockchain, Verisart aims to build a permanent, decentralized and anonymous ledger for the world’s art and collectables. Verisart joins a rising number of companies offering new services made possible by blockchain technology.

Robert Norton, CEO and co-founder of Verisart, said today:

“It’s time for artists and collectors to take control of their records and Verisart provides a free and easy way to generate certificates that new standards in security and longevity.”

Verisart is currently by invitation only FAD has been given a limited number of VIP invites just send us an email to mark@FADemail.com if you would like one.

www.verisart.com

About
Verisart is founded by Robert Norton (CEO), former CEO of Sedition Art and Saatchi Online and Managing Director of King.com North America. Adam Dinwiddie has been appointed CTO from Paddle 8 where he was Head of Product Design and formerly CTO
of Collectrium. The company’s headquarters are in Los Angeles and consists of a rapidly
growing team of developers and designers. Peter Todd, core developer for the Bitcoin
blockchain protocol is a Board Adviser and brings deep expertise in designing blockchain application architectures.

About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazine, ' A curation of the world’s most interesting culture' [PLUS] Art of Conversation: A tri-annual 'no news paper'