According to the abbreviation in English, they are virtual asset ownership certificates used by artists. They work?
In digital art galleries, you can buy a certificate of authenticity for a photo of Maluma, illustrations commissioned by Shakira, a selfie of a young Indonesian, a comic strip, or a kilo of cryptococaine. You can hope it appreciates and sells it, display the image in your metaverse apartment, or project it on the TV in your house like an electric billboard. But how do you buy a certificate of authenticity and not an image?
In the digital world, it is very easy to have any image on a computer or mobile phone; copy it, save it, or if it’s protected, take a screenshot and make it part of your files. You can share it for personal use without any problem, but if you use it for commercial purposes, it is possible that the owner will discover it and charge you for copyright.
Therefore, it makes no sense to sell the image itself, but rather a proof of ownership that is registered in a decentralized block chain system or blockchain, where ownership data is stored…