- NFT platform All Our Best focuses on tattoo monetization through blockchain.
- The platform aims to help tattoo artists have a new way of earning with their efforts.
- The platform aims to offer tattoo designs as non-fungible tokens.
Tattooing is an art form that’s been with humanity for thousands of years. The oldest known tattooed mummy was discovered in glacial ice in the Alps. Moreover, the age was dated back to 3250 BCE. We discover the tattoos, the art, and the person wearing it, but never the artists.
Fast forward to the present time, tattoo artists still struggle to get recognition and ways to monetize their craft. All Our Best, a platform that focuses on tattoo non-fungible tokens, may have the solution to this conundrum. Ergo, they want to turn tattoos into NFTs.
The platform creates a new marketplace for tattoo artists to offer their tattoo designs as non-fungible tokens. In this platform, people can purchase exclusive rights to the design of the tattoo rather than just the tattoo. In a way, this gives tattoo artists another way to monetize their craft and pursue this passion.
On the official website of All Our Best, the team wrote:
We are updating the value of what we do, and the value of what the client receives by changing that transaction.
With this, the platform All Our Best presents a place where tattoo artists can offer tattoo designs as NFTs. According to the team, “the holder of each token has ownership of an authenticated piece of art in addition to the rights to have it applied as a tattoo by the artists.”
Initially, the platform will feature a few well-known artists. This includes Mr. Campbell, Mr. Cartoon, Dr. Woo, Grime, Sean from Texas, and Tati Compton. Moreover, the team plans to expand the roster in the future. Subsequently, the platform will eventually open this marketplace for all tattoo artists to sell their work.