• The Revival NFT Marketplace on IOST will auction off works by internationally renowned digital artists, including Japan’s Tamaki Chihiro

  • Breathtaking works of art by Spatial Artist Wu Dan, Tamaki Chihiro—one of Japan’s leading manga artists, and others are now on display at Revival–the first multi-chain NFT aggregator marketplace on IOST–after joining through the Medici Support Program.

    NFT Marketplace Revival and Medici Support Program

    Various updates on July 30 indicate that users can buy any of the pieces up for auction on Revival, a marketplace that has seen instant success less than two weeks after its launch.

    As of July 30, the platform had assisted in the transaction of over $1 million, allowing artists to sell their work and profit the most in a hassle-free environment free of middlemen.

    The Medici Support Program exemplifies Revival and Emogi Network’s goals of breaking down unnecessary barriers and encouraging unrestricted creativity among emerging and established digital artists.

    It is a talent acquisition program in which approved digital artists are provided with technical and marketing assistance, allowing them to create and sell/auction their work.

    Heavyweights are drawn to the Medici Support Program.

    Dan Wu’s work stands out among the hundreds of applications received by program coordinators.

    Dan is the co-founder of Hashtag Design Italia (HDI-Milan) and the China representative of the Associazione per il Disegno Industriale (ADI). Dan also holds a Ph.D. in Design from the Politecnico di Milano University.

    Four of her NFT artworks will be auctioned off at the Revival Marketplace: “Fang Cun Universes,” “Old Times,” “Dazzling Beauty,” and “A Restaurant on the Sea.”

    Tamaki Chihiro is a published author whose book, “Walkin Butterfly,” has been translated into several languages and was nominated for an American Library Association Award in 2008. It has also been adapted into a television drama series.

    In 2017, she created a manga about her cryptocurrency investment, which became an instant hit and was reprinted five times a week.

    She considers Bitcoin to be an art form born of the internet, with all of its components being flawless. She now wants to make manga for children to teach them about money.

    “My current goal is to create a manga (or anime) for children that makes learning about the mechanism of money and capital, its history and future, easy and exciting, and to make it available to people all over the world. (I’m looking for co-writers!)”

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