The digital asset investment firm has officially rolled out its non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace in partnership with several prominent figures in the art industry.
According to the news release, CrossTower will give its customers a chance to participate in exclusive NFT drops, and obtain digital art from their favorite creators via cryptocurrencies or fiat money.
In fact, the NFTs will feature art from famous Hollywood movies that give intellectual property rights to their rightful owners. Currently, the initial line-up of CrossTower’s partners includes the movie Antara, Hollywood actor Mike Boornazian, news agency ANI, crypto art platform Terrain Art, digital artists Shannon Rose and Alejandro Glatt.
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CEO and Co-founder of CrossTower Kapil Rathi spoke on the growing industry of NFTs and the platform’s latest digital art marketplace, stating:
"CrossTower not only provides best-in-class tech infrastructure, but also offers an all-encompassing financial ecosystem with its listing, trading, and financing capabilities. CrossTower is well-positioned to grow alongside the NFT sector as it expands worldwide."
Alongside being a platform for minting (acquiring) premium NFTs, CrossTower will offer its creators consultations and advice on financial obligations tied to the distribution of digital art like taxes.
Likewise, the platform offers a "seamless resell experience" so that users can trade and sell their NFTs on secondary Ethereum markets, with blockchains like Polygon and Algorand to be implemented in the future.