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Digital art collection service platform, REVA, held a offline NFT crypto art exhibition on May 30th at its main headquarters in San Francisco. The exhibition attracted NFT collectors, local digital artists, and financial investors who were invited to take a gander at the collections kept on display.
The NFT crypto art exhibition was the latest in a series of digital art activities hosted by REVA to encourage exploring the untapped possibilities that lie in the realm of NFTs. The company has doubled down on its efforts to increase public awareness of the auctioneering and collection activities pertaining to premium NFT artworks.
REVA has consistently invested in the research, development, and exploration of blockchain technologies. In recent times, the organization has held similar exhibitions in New York, London, and San Francisco as part of its larger strategy to hone in on the digital art industry.
The pledge deposit auction business of REVA has built up a large circulation pool and a sophisticated valuation system. Its goal is to alleviate the problems of complex valuation, limited liquidity, and tardy realization in the NFT industry.
REVA has witnessed success in establishing itself as a prominent, comprehensive, multi-chain NFT trading platform. Users can gather NFT artworks on the site in the 1.0 period. The pledge auction business improves NFT’s financial standing. Users can trade and pledge their NFT on the site, or they can auction it. REVA will shortly introduce the NFT creation and distribution function section, which will provide users with one-click casting technology of NFT, ensuring that users may easily and comfortably produce and issue NFT assets, which can be considered a perfection of the NFT 2.0 stage.
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