- TQ Tezos and DMA United partner up to launch TRUESY.
- TRUESY is a new curated digital art platform and NFT marketplace.
- The platform plans to release one artist’s collection, exclusively, per week.
TQ Tezos and DMA United proudly launch TRUESY — a brand new curated digital art platform and NFT marketplace. Created to celebrate culture, the platform provides a space where fine artists, iconic figures, unique brands, designers, elite athletes, musicians, and entertainers can showcase their work.
The co-founders of TRUESY, Alison Mangiero and Marc Beckman, both expressed their enthusiasm for the project. Beckman stated that “TRUESY’s long-term community-oriented vision starts with superior style & design”. He added further saying that it also “establishes a deeper cross-cultural discussion between artists and their fans worldwide”.
Furthermore, Mangiero added,
TRUESY reimagines what NFT platforms can and should be: authentic, curated, sustainable spaces that enable special interactions between creators, fans, and collectors. We are excited to help bring that vision to life.
TRUESY aims to stand at the intersection of art and culture. It sets an authentic space to display contemporary and ground-breaking works of art. The partner firms are eager to exhibit their meticulously curated, elegantly designed, personalized digital gallery.
Overall, it offers a chance for those wide-eyed dreamers looking to create their own Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). Additionally, TRUESY works by following some very specific attributes. It curates the work based on the highest standards of creativity while simultaneously supporting the artists’ unique voice. In line with this, every artist will have their own personalized gallery page.
Additionally, other key attributes include an eco-friendly, energy-saving blockchain. Meanwhile, the NFTs on the platform are expected to provide surprises through dynamic, unlockable, and redeemable features. Moreover, the platform is guaranteed to be future-proof since the Tezos blockchain can be upgraded as time goes on.
Most excitingly, however, is the platform’s plan to release one artist’s collection, exclusively, per week. This will include the works of Greg Yuna, BUA, Imran Potato, Victor Cruz, Room Service, International, Jahlil Nzinga, American Dream Magazine, and Casey Spooner to name a few.