Art by Stefan Keller aka KELLEPICS from Pixabay
I have a couple of updates at CryptoArtNet to announce. In particular, we now have a stream of new NFT art releases to which members can post. Hopefully this feature will get more attention on members’ art for sale.
New NFT Art Releases
All members can now post one announcement a day of new cryptoart releases or of related events.
It looks pretty cool already. I want to pull the pinned tweet once people know what’s up so there’s art at the beginning of the feed.
One of the nice things about New NFT Art Releases is that it gives one an easy way to keep up with new art across platforms without all the noise of Twitter. I do love Twitter but it makes it hard to keep up with art sometimes.
However, I want to see if I can set up a Twitter feed for the posts. I think I can also set up social media sharing links. So there’s more to come.
The plugin I’m using is a social network plugin from Peepso. It has a lot of other capabilities but I’ve hesitated to launch a social network given that we have things like Twitter and Discord.
You can find more of the features of Peepso here. I’ve got all the add-ons, from a previous project that imploded, and you can find additional features under the Plugins menu or by clicking on screen navigation elements.
Here are some questions I have for you along with contact points and markup tips. If you want something, tell me about it!
I’d be happy to hear from non-members, including collectors, about any features that would be helpful such as non-member accounts for commenting as well as such features as direct messaging, etc.
CryptoArtists on Twitter
I also added a stream from the CryptoArtNet Artists list on Twitter.
Basically anytime anybody completes an Artist Listing on CryptoArtNet I add their Twitter account to the list. It is a good place to find new art but it has a lot of other stuff as well.
William M. Peaster $WHALE Grant
So CryptoArtNet and I received a quite generous William M. Peaster $WHALE Grant!
I’m writing a separate post about how that changes the game in important ways for CryptoArtNet and myself and will link when that’s done.
Till then, check out William’s Twitter account and his awesome newsletter DeFi Arts Intelligencer.
By: Flux Research