Greater utility gives NFTs greater value.
In previous articles, I discussed a couple of NFT use cases, namely the ability to display NFTs within virtual worlds, and the ability to use NFTs as access passes for exclusive content. In this post, I’d like to further explore NFT utility in the form of programmable artwork.
Programmable art is a new, experimental art movement that first broke onto the scene in February 2020 with the debut of the first rare, programmable art platform - Async Art. Leveraging the power of Ethereum-based smart contracts, Async Art empowers creatives to create new types of artworks that can evolve over time, and react to its token owners.