Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency platform, partners with Galeria Paloma to launch a series of panel discussions that cover everything there is to know about crypto art.

Gone are the days when your art hangs on walls. Thanks to modern-day technology, you can now carry your entire art collection on your smartphone!

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs), Bitcoin, crypto art, cryptocurrency, and more. The art scene is changing and it's a lot to take in, especially for first-time artists and art collectors. With that in mind, Galeria Paloma teamed up with Binance—the world's biggest bitcoin exchange and altcoin crypto exchange—and Palladium to release a series of art-related lectures, forums, and panel discussions that can be accessed online.

Dubbed "Perspectives," this educational initiative gathers a wide pool of experts in various fields—with the goal of shedding light on blockchain infrastructure as a layer of security, the changing but relevant roles of galleries and museums, and novel display experiences that include crypto art.

Panelists involved include big names in the industry: Fatmire Bekiri, Head of Tokenization at Sygnum Bank, the world’s first digital asset bank; Gareth Fletcher, program director at Sotheby’s Institute of Art; Kenneth Stern, general manager of Binance Philippines; and Atty. Regie Tongol, lawyer and collector of both crypto and traditional-form art.

To know more about this educational initiative, as well as the business behind crypto art, we asked gallery director Kimi Rocha-Delgado to tell us more.

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