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Kalen Iwamoto Explores In New Drop Via laCollection



Kalen Iwamoto, a digital artist, has explored in a new drop via laCollection, a dedicated nonfungible token (NFT) art platform.


It has been reported that this innovative collection opens the door to a new form of art, proving that the digital world and human creativity can not only co-exist, but also merge like never before.


However, the start of 2023 has brought plenty of innovation for the NFT market. The latest example comes from none other than Kalen Iwamoto, a digital poet and founder of TheVERSEverse female-led NFT gallery. This time, the artist created 7 NFTs featuring digital literature pieces titled “The Coining Poetry” series.


The report said that for each poem, the author used custom addresses and encrypted crypto language. Of course, ETH-related coding imposes some limitations; for example, users can only use letters from “a” to “f” and two numbers: 0 and 1. Once you buy an NFT poem, you’ll receive a unique key for a private digital wallet. Inside the wallet, you’ll find 1,000 Poetry Coins – ERC-20 tokens created for this collection only.


Likewise, holders will receive a physical plastic wallet including the complete encrypted poem. These NFT-related items also have Kalen Iwamoto’s handwriting and signature. this is undoubtedly a unique drop that might innovate the NFT poetry niche.


Founded in 2021, laCollection is a leading NFT art gallery aiming to connect artists and institutions to passionate collectors. The platform’s partners list features Sorare, Level-Up and ArtNova to name a few.


Thus, up until now, laCollection has brought multiple traditional artworks to the Web3 world too. For example, the company collaborated with the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to drop rare 19th-century French paintings as NFTs. Considering the promising NFT market growth this year, literature NFTs such as Kalen Iwamoto’s encrypted poems might bring the niche to a new dimension.


Source: NFT Evening


 

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