Sketchar is taking one more step closer to the decentralized creator economy and has started to build Web 3.0 monetization infrastructure to support creators in a completely new way.
Why Web 3.0? Because it’s largely built on new layers of technological innovation and we love it.
With the create-to-earn model, our creators will have more autonomy and freedom to monetize their creativity however they wish. In a model that pays people to create content, creators will be able to invest and earn from their knowledge, skills, creativity and time.
Our first step is the collection called Martians888, which was created by the Sketchar community
Martians are pixel art characters that were created by different artists using the Sketchar app. 1,673 unique Martians were created during the contest in the first three weeks, and we’ve already begun announcing the first winners and paying out the first prize money.
The author of each Martian will receive $40 in Tether (USDT) for each selected work.
The total prize pool is $35,000 for winners
But that’s not all – the author gets another 50% from future sales on the Sketchar marketplace.
The presale drop of this collection will be released on the Sketchar Marketplace on Dec. 20, 2021.
The new world of nonfungible tokens (NFT) is here, and it’s only limited by your creativity. 5% of first and 1% of secondary sales go to the Creator Fund to support the community of creators.
Sketchar’s decentralized autonomous organization and its own token release is something that is going to unleash the whole potential of everything that we’ve built for creators since 2016.
Sketchar has always been a place where creativity blossoms in myriad different forms, so today, it empowers digital artists to make their voices heard and benefit, and collectors to acquire remarkable art and thus support its authors.
Our basic goal is to allow artists to maximize their focus on creating by taking care of the rest and offering advanced instruments, interactive skill-building techniques, and a place to promote and sell the outcomes of their artistic experience. There are still many important tasks and challenges ahead of us to become the largest digital art place, but we’re determined to overcome them. The main engine that drives our development is support from the community.
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- Maria Zhukova