Solana presents upcoming cryptocurrency artists that will make their debut at Miami Beach’s premier international art fair, Art Basel.
The major international art fair in Miami Beach, Art Basel, is set to welcome a group of artists who specialize in crypto art. Solana has revealed their names.
Essentially, Solana wants to show its audience that it is a real platform that has the power to transform the art industry rather than just a piece of technology.
Indeed, Solana describes its crypto art at Art Basel as a cutting-edge and imaginative gathering of artists and collectors on its own website. This is his writing:
“Artists on Solana explore new digital mediums and gain global audiences, while collectors access marketplaces without barriers, discovering talent worldwide. And now, the community of artists, creatives, and collectors using Solana are making their debut at Art Basel Miami Beach with a unique, innovative experience.”
Who are the new artists at Art Basel Miami Beach, according to Solana Crypto Art?
As witnesses to the potential of cryptocurrency art, Solana will be bringing three new artists to Art Basel: Sleepr, Lisanne Haack, and Eko33.
Eko33, whose real name is Jean-Jacques Duclaux, creates stunning coded artwork from his physical sketches by using specialized tools and a variety of computer languages.
Lisanne Haack, an abstract visual painter, will then employ technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) in her artwork. Her paintings of abstract expressionists will thereby reach a new level within the Solana environment.
The third artist is Sleepr, who uses coded artworks and the aesthetics of intricate hallucinations to communicate with audiences more authentically and without the burden of identity.
Participating in the Solana ecosystem, which is devoted to crypto art, are all three artists.
SOL in 7% of dumps over the previous week
With a total market valuation of approximately $23.7 billion, the week-long cryptocurrency Solana (SOL) has seen a -7% price fall in the last seven days.
Perhaps this is a readjustment move, but SOL’s value has increased to $56 from $60 last week. Not at all like SOL’s $32 a month earlier, before to the cryptocurrency market’s overall and Bitcoin’s bull run, which also helped SOL rise by +71% at that time.
But unlike BTC, SOL might have begun to decline in the middle of November after it was found that 250,000 SOL had been moved to Binance via an FTX-connected wallet.
The sum, which came to $13.54 million, was probably a part of the program that the bankruptcy court had already approved to sell off assets in order to make money. SOL, which had previously reached $64 and fluctuated till the present, has since returned to $54.