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November 18, 2018, 12:14:43 PM
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Good Day Everyone,

I think this is the most appropriate place to ask these questions because I am not able to gather a lot of information when I posted this in our local section.

I just want to ask what are the rules and regulation when selling collectibles particularly hand drawn cryptocurrency themed artworks. I saw some thread that they are posting their work in progress drawinf in collectible child board and posting it on Auction when the artwork is now ready for sale.

I have also read a list of reputable escrow so that would not be a problem.

I just dont know how the system works in auction or selling any physical works. Please enlighten me.

If you have some ways on how to have a proof of ownership or certicate of authenticity in an artwork feel free to comment.

Thank you. Smiley
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November 19, 2018, 02:42:12 PM
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Quote from: Insanerman
I just dont know how the system works in auction or selling any physical works. Please enlighten me.

Hmm. aren't you looking for this? it covers the basic stuff you need to know. Auctions - Guidelines and Tips!.
Also, better post it in collectibles, just add an "[AUCTION]" tag, you'll get more views there.

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If you have some ways on how to have a proof of ownership or certicate of authenticity in an artwork feel free to comment.

There's lots of templates on google which you can use, just go search for it.

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November 22, 2018, 02:53:57 AM
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Hmm. aren't you looking for this? it covers the basic stuff you need to know. Auctions - Guidelines and Tips!.
Also, better post it in collectibles, just add an "[AUCTION]" tag, you'll get more views there.

Thank you for the reply, it seems that no one is interested in this type of question. I will follow your tips. Thank you so much

There's lots of templates on google which you can use, just go search for it.

Lol' I forgot to search it on google. Thank you Grin
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November 27, 2018, 09:29:47 AM
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first, it's quite hard to create a decent piece of art appealing to the audience. If you can do this, go for it!
I second the opinion above that you need to go to the specially designed thread to promote yourself.
and last but not least, you could both educate yourself using google and advice or cooperate with some of the brands or platforms engaged in auction/selling activities.
Luck.
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November 28, 2018, 08:56:31 AM
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there's no fixed price for that kind of products just because it's hard to evaluate. that's why the auction is the most suitable way of selling them.
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November 28, 2018, 09:06:59 AM
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there's no fixed price for that kind of products just because it's hard to evaluate. that's why the auction is the most suitable way of selling them.

More than that, hand-drawn cryptocurrency themed artworks are pretty rare. I saw that something has been sold at ModulTrade marketplace about a month ago. Won't send any links, just google if interested. Probably they have something more, who knows  Smiley
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November 29, 2018, 06:59:15 AM
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there's no fixed price for that kind of products just because it's hard to evaluate. that's why the auction is the most suitable way of selling them.

More than that, hand-drawn cryptocurrency themed artworks are pretty rare. I saw that something has been sold at ModulTrade marketplace about a month ago. Won't send any links, just google if interested. Probably they have something more, who knows  Smiley

How long I've wished this topic to come Smiley
Didn't find any pieces of art there. Looks like it was a one-time event, but will check it from time to time
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November 30, 2018, 11:33:20 AM
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there's no fixed price for that kind of products just because it's hard to evaluate. that's why the auction is the most suitable way of selling them.

More than that, hand-drawn cryptocurrency themed artworks are pretty rare. I saw that something has been sold at ModulTrade marketplace about a month ago. Won't send any links, just google if interested. Probably they have something more, who knows  Smiley

using this platform. it's cool, by the way, mate, any artwork worth checking an/or buying takes lots of time to think through

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December 01, 2018, 11:55:39 AM
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i myself was trying to get some relevant info on the topic but never succeeded. There are a few useful topics in the off topic or goods/services sections tho. You might as well check them out! Good luck!
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December 01, 2018, 12:03:23 PM
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there's no fixed price for that kind of products just because it's hard to evaluate. that's why the auction is the most suitable way of selling them.

More than that, hand-drawn cryptocurrency themed artworks are pretty rare. I saw that something has been sold at ModulTrade marketplace about a month ago. Won't send any links, just google if interested. Probably they have something more, who knows  Smiley


funny thing,  Grin a friend of mine is a young artist trying to make her first steps in the industry. So she told me the other day how she googled the platforms and one of them was exactly ModulTrade one. So she was satisfied with what she saw there.  I am myself more photography and just tried to help her out with this. So as I've said went to goods/services section of the forum!
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December 02, 2018, 11:05:32 AM
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first, it's quite hard to create a decent piece of art appealing to the audience. If you can do this, go for it!
Thanks for the compliment buddy Cheesy

I second the opinion above that you need to go to the specially designed thread to promote yourself.
and last but not least, you could both educate yourself using google and advice or cooperate with some of the brands or platforms engaged in auction/selling activities.
Luck.
I think a proper section for my Selling thread is needed to collect more possible clients. I am looking for a platform who accept cryptocurrencies for their products and services. Unfortunately, this is the only forum where I can attract client who can pay crypto. Cheesy

How long I've wished this topic to come Smiley
Didn't find any pieces of art there. Looks like it was a one-time event, but will check it from time to time
I have seen a lot of similar threads, look into the auction and collectibles section.

So she told me the other day how she googled the platforms and one of them was exactly ModulTrade one.
Can you tell me more about ModulTrade?,
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December 14, 2018, 12:38:49 PM
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first, it's quite hard to create a decent piece of art appealing to the audience. If you can do this, go for it!
Thanks for the compliment buddy Cheesy

I second the opinion above that you need to go to the specially designed thread to promote yourself.
and last but not least, you could both educate yourself using google and advice or cooperate with some of the brands or platforms engaged in auction/selling activities.
Luck.
I think a proper section for my Selling thread is needed to collect more possible clients. I am looking for a platform who accept cryptocurrencies for their products and services. Unfortunately, this is the only forum where I can attract client who can pay crypto. Cheesy

How long I've wished this topic to come Smiley
Didn't find any pieces of art there. Looks like it was a one-time event, but will check it from time to time
I have seen a lot of similar threads, look into the auction and collectibles section.

So she told me the other day how she googled the platforms and one of them was exactly ModulTrade one.
Can you tell me more about ModulTrade?,

Sorry I haven't noticed the reply of yours Smiley
I asked the friend about ModulTrade company, she advised checking their telegram chat with the same name and to ask admins about the benefits of using of it for creative businessmen like you directly or read their articles on Medium as it's worth checking... and it would be much more informative than me explaining it I guess.

How is it going with the local threads by the way? Hope you re making some progress with it buddy  Wink Smiley
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December 16, 2018, 10:00:50 PM
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I am also trying to find the ways of opening some type of a web store to promote my creative works
If you are successful with it, please let me know. Maybe you have already found a way to succeed.
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December 16, 2018, 10:10:29 PM
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there's no fixed price for that kind of products just because it's hard to evaluate. that's why the auction is the most suitable way of selling them.


Hi, the point is really interesting. Do you mean the in-real-life actions or online ones? I'd actually want to try the online auction and to place the bids and get something. I believe it would help me to realize how the actions work and what I'll need to auction the goods myself
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December 16, 2018, 10:12:35 PM
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there's no fixed price for that kind of products just because it's hard to evaluate. that's why the auction is the most suitable way of selling them.

More than that, hand-drawn cryptocurrency themed artworks are pretty rare. I saw that something has been sold at ModulTrade marketplace about a month ago. Won't send any links, just google if interested. Probably they have something more, who knows  Smiley


funny thing,  Grin a friend of mine is a young artist trying to make her first steps in the industry. So she told me the other day how she googled the platforms and one of them was exactly ModulTrade one. So she was satisfied with what she saw there.  I am myself more photography and just tried to help her out with this. So as I've said went to goods/services section of the forum!


Thanks for sharing the name of the platform here.
This is maybe the thing I was looking for. I hope to see the homemade section there to sell the goods produced.  Smiley
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