Indonesian art and paintings are slowly moving into the world of NFTS. In fact a main attraction at the "Art Jakarta Gardens" exhibition this year is an NFT totem that allows visitors to claim a free piece of NFT art.
Nfts or non-fungible tokens are gaining traction in the art world because of their unique benefits to artists. Using blockchain technology only one person may own the piece and artists can continue to generate revenue through things such as licensing.
The world of nfts has long been considered difficult and scary, but web three point oh (3.0) company gaspack has made it a bit easier for visitors of the event.
By simply scanning a qr code and entering an email, attendees can claim a free nft collectible from the event. The Minister for Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno has indicated his support for nft art because of its economic potential.