Waka Flocka is Determined to Give Artists Recognition They Deserve with the Launch of New Business
Waka has teamed up with cryptocurrency genius/entrepreneur Stally and former hedge fund manager William Wang to launch Satoshi Art, a new business venture within the NFT market. If you’re wondering what a NFT market is, well NFT's, (or nonfungible tokens) are a new craze breaking out in the world of cryptocurrency. However, unlike fungible cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin or Dogecoin where you can trade one identically unit for the same value, NFT’s are non-fungible meaning they are completely unique and can’t be exchanged for or equal to one another. They’re essentially one-of-a-kind digital assets such as music, videos or artwork that has built-in authentication that grants the ownership to the original artist.
As an artist himself, Waka felt other artists weren’t given the credit they deserved for their craft and was driven to create Satoshi Art with one mission in mind: to provide artists with a platform where they can have ownership over their unique arts. Satoshi Art, the 100 percent minority owned platform made by the artists for the artists, is a marketplace for artists to release their art while ensuring they get the recognition and profits they deserve for their creativity.
Artists from around the world can collaborate and exhibit their artwork in a digital form that is both exclusive and irreplaceable. They can also program in royalties for their art so that they can receive a percentage of sales whenever their art is sold to a new owner.
Waka and Sally hope to use the platform to educate minority creatives about NFTs and help further the artists’ careers through the longevity and sustainability of their unique art.
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