In Layman’s terms, digital art defines anything that can be crafted and viewed in the digital domain. Since the 1960s, digital art has been around where artists incorporate various forms of media including digital illustrations, photography, video art, and more. With the advent of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), digital arts have become more concrete.
NFTs draw a better line over intellectual property rights, using cryptographic keys. Initially built around the Ethereum blockchain network, NFTs have made digital arts more desirable and valuable than ever before. In fact, there are dedicated digital art marketplaces where creators can auction their art, media, and other digital assets.
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