Through the democratization of content creation and the empowerment of artists, the blockchain is paving the way for a new era of cultural expression and interaction
30 years ago the World Wide Web was invented by Tim Berners Lee at CERN with the sole purpose of enabling access to information over the Internet. Yes, the Internet and the World Wide Web are different things, in simple words, the Internet is the technical infrastructure and the world wide web are the services on top of that infrastructure. At the beginning, the World Wide Web was quite limited to websites, but now new protocols and the unstoppable progress of evolution makes websites a tiny part of the global picture.
On this edition of The Generative Art Museum Issue, we explore the rise of art democratization through technology. Welcome to World Wide Art.