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NFTs put the Spotlight on Artists like him, says Torren Kelsch

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of
someone pursuing art as a profession? Odds are, a mental image of the
stereotypical starving artist has already popped up in your head.

Traditional finance is about efficiency and ROI and
streamlining processes. It’s a ruthless world that’s anything but
inviting to those who want to chase a career in the finer pursuits of
life.

With that bleak overview out of the way, let’s talk about the good news.

How NFTs are Empowering Artists from Around the Globe

NFTs, short for non-fungible tokens, could be the savior we
need to spark an unstoppable transition where artists can thrive. Let’s
see how.

Fair Compensation for Artists

Due to the transparent and impartial nature of these
digital ownership records, artists can easily partner with developers
and business-savvy entrepreneurs without worrying about getting the raw
end of the deal. The open nature of blockchain automatically puts the
underlying dealings front and center, accessible and readable by anyone.

While that may not seem like a big deal, it can make a
world of difference when it comes to fair compensation for the artists.
That’s because not only can the artists see where the proceeds from the
sales of their work are going, but the community can also uncover any
unsavory practices.

The Norseman from the Zen Warrior NFT Collection

Lucrative Monetization Opportunities

What makes NFTs truly revolutionary for artists, however, is how much easier they are to monetize with.

In the world of traditional finance, only artists in the
top 0.1% get to monetize their talent in a meaningful way. The rest of
the creatives are left to fend for themselves. Most find themselves on
social media, where they must cater to the ever-changing desires of the
algorithms and attract legions of fans—all for a chance at making less
than minimum wage in most cases.

For instance, the artist Torren who goes by the name of
Zane Customs on YouTube has diligently uploaded dozens of videos on that
platform since starting last year. Driven by creativity and passion,
this talented creative cherishes every comment he gets and is grateful
for the opportunity to have his work put in front of over 40,000 viewers
to date.

Like any other artist, Torren is hoping to one day merge
his passion with his profession and support his family from his YouTube
channel. However, considering that YouTube typically pays out in the
range of $3-10 per 1,000 views, that future may be a long way away.

Undeterred, Torren has decided to take charge of his career
by tapping into the endless opportunities unlocked by NFTs. The budding
artist has partnered with a team to work on Zen Warrior NFT, a limited
collection of 3,333 meticulously detailed and passionately conceived
pieces of digital art.

Unlike ad revenue, NFTs can help artists with small
followings generate meaningful financial value. This is possible because
NFTs can be resold for a profit and integrated into an ecosystem with
multiple utilities.

For instance, Zen Warrior NFT is a utility-driven project
which will deposit 50% of the mint proceeds to the community-controlled
treasury of a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO). The future of
these funds will be decided by the community through democratic voting.

Key Takeaways

By mixing transparent and fair structures with resale value
and utilities, artists can monetize their talent and passion in more
ways than imaginable. Not only is this good news for artists, but it’s
also wonderful news for their patrons because they now share in the
upside of their favorite artist’s work.

To learn more about Zen Warrior NFT and the artist Torren, be sure to explore the following links:

YouTube: Zane Customs
Website: ZenWarriorNFT.com (under development)
Twitter: Zen Warrior NFT

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Publicist: Stampede News – 385-275-8383 – [email protected]

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