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Industry challenges

Lack of traceability limits knowledge and confidence, putting the financial and heritage value of artwork at risk.

Authenticity

Traditional paper-based certifications run the risk of damage or tampering.

Subjectivity

As an artwork changes hands, authentication often falls to individuals with no common objective standards.

Imperfect information

The potential for information arbitrage in transactions can result in varying valuations often not settled on an artwork’s true value.

Loss

Artworks run the risk of getting lost, destroying priceless culture and heritage.

How Everledger can help

By standardising certification and increasing transparency, our solutions are helping the industry build confidence, and secure artworks and heritage for years to come.

Unique identity

Through blockchain, NFC and IoT technologies, our platform creates a unique digital identity for every artwork. Secure, immutable, private.

Provenance

Provenance is crucial to the protection of the heritage and value of artworks. Our technologies help create confidence in the origin of an artwork.

Security

Our technologies allow artworks and the conditions they are kept in to be carefully tracked and protected as they move between museums and owners. We are ISO27001-certified, evidencing the highest level of trust on information security and data protection.

Transparency

Our solution surfaces and converges an artwork’s journey, allowing stakeholders to avoid counterfeiting and deal with increased confidence.

Standardisation

In establishing common benchmarks, formerly subjective authentication can be standardised.

Ownership

Each artwork has its ownership securely registered on our private blockchain, where every transaction is securely recorded and accessible by museums and collectors.

Find out more about the Everledger platform.

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Everledger experts

Leanne Kemp
Leanne Kemp
Calogero Scibetta
Calogero Scibetta