Artano is a community-driven, community-curated NFT marketplace. We are here to disrupt and democratize the digital art world using the Cardano blockchain!
Artano is a place for artists, collectors and curators to express themselves without having to worry about high fees, a detrimental impact on the environment or questions related to legal ownership of digital assets and NFTs.
Artano allows artists and collectors to easily create or trade unique digital curated collectables.
Minting one NFT on Artano is priced at 2 ADA
Primary sale commission fee on fixed price sale is 5% and the artist receives 95% of the profit.
Primary sale commission fee on auctions is 10% and the artist receives 90% of the profit.
Secondary sale commission the fee for Artano is 2.5% and the seller receives 97.5% of the profit minus the royalties set by the artist.
In case the artist is participating in a curated collection on Artano, the curator will receive a commission fee that is agreed upon by the artist and the curator and different marketplace fees may apply.
The KYC procedure is needed to protect you, our user, and our platform from potential bad actors.
When collecting NFTs you should know that the person you’re buying the artwork from is who they say they are.
By partnering with GetID we are protecting our users by curbing wash trading and limiting inflated sales that are generated from multiple accounts run by the same person, as is often the case on other platforms.
Compliance is a cornerstone at Artano, which means that we remain a stable and compliant EU business prepared for the global regulatory changes aimed at NFT platforms. Increased compliance means increased global trust in blockchain technology, greater adoption into existing global infrastructure by decreasing the risks of money laundering and curbing illegal activity of bad actors in the system.
Read our article to get more information about KYC and why we need it on Artano.
Both artists and collectors can list as many NFTs as they'd like, but only up to 5 are discoverable on the main page. This feature will prevent overflowing the main page with single seller profiles, and everyone will have to prioritize the art they would like to feature on the main page.
The rest of their NFTs will be sold either through the users profile, or through the search bar and hashtags which describe the NFT.
No, you can only list artworks minted on Artano.
Yes, if you have been approved by the council of artists, you can also import artworks minted on Artamint to your profile. Please use the same email address that you used for Artamint.
The Council has several very important roles in the Artano community. They are responsible for initial curation efforts on Artano. They act as nodes in creating a global network of artists, bringing a diversity of art forms, experience and world views. The Council, with their close connection to the Artano community, will be able to advise the core Artano team on development and collaboration efforts to continually support the development of the platform.
The council members are a group of 20 globally selected people from the art community. They are digital artists and collectors or people highly engaged with digital artists from all around the world. They are painters, motion designers, CGI artists, curators, film makers, and much more.
There are two ways to join Artano as an artist.
From the Cardano-developer website:
"Since asset names are not unique and can be easily duplicated, Cardano NFTs need to be identified by the policyID.
This ID is unique and attached permanently to the asset. The policy ID stems from a policy script that defines characteristics such as who can mint tokens and when those actions can be made.
Many NFT projects make the policyID under which the NFTs were minted publicly available, so anyone can differentiate fraudulent/duplicate NFTs from the original tokens.
Some services even offer to register your policyID to detect tokens that feature the same attributes as your token but were minted under a different policy."
There are two types of royalties on Artano:
Artano wants to abstract the knowledge needed to mint NFTs as much as possible. We decided to introduce the term of "collections" where each collection has a specific name, policyID, royalty address and royalty percentage. Collections can be used to group NFTs together for a specific collection and the user can create as many collections as they'd like. On Artano, all NFTs in one collection have the same PolicyID and universal royalties.