With Timmy’s Trumpet's Million Dollar Trumpet, Mattereum bridges the chasm between physical memorabilia and the world of NFTs. The instrument itself is securely stored in a vault, whilst the NFT is available for trading between collectors in the crypto world.
Innovative Mattereum technologies such as Real World Asset NFTs (rwaNFTs) and the Mattereum Asset Passport are powering record sales of high-value cultural assets, including the iconic Mood Stone Ring and artwork by Andy Warhol.
Droppr is building its first of its kind NFT marketplace on Avalanche. As the fastest net-zero carbon smart contracts platform in the blockchain industry, Avalanche is ideal for hosting physical NFTs and will fully integrate the Mattereum Asset Passport into NFT purchases.
Mattereum are at COP26 to launch our vision to build a new global marketplace for efficient re-use of the world’s manufactured goods: A net zero planet with minimum waste will be powered by the world's first completely net zero blockchain developed by its partner Ava Labs.
Mattereum will be at the COP26 Summit in Glasgow. Attended by world leaders and corporations, we’ll be pitching our vision for a blockchain enabled global circular economy to cut carbon and Making the Most of What We Make...
Mattereum welcomes the use of our Asset Passport technology by NTFA, a startup which binds collectible digital art to securely vaulted numbered gold bullion bars supplied by Lohko, and available via the Lohko wallet...
Mattereum has acquired three rare cultural artefacts that will be vaulted, passported and tokenized: a 350,000 year-old stone hand axe; a signed numbered etching by Salvador Dalí, and a bronze statuette of Buddhist deity Acala.
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