Artwork records form the foundation of the Artory Registry. Artory has millions of artwork records from auctions, private sales, and art fairs around the world. Most of these artworks are waiting to be registered by a Registration Partner, such as you. When a Collector finds the artwork record for an artwork they own, the Collector can send a request to a Registration Partner to document the important information associated with their artwork onto the blockchain.
Partners can also register information about an artwork onto the blockchain without a Collector request. For example, a gallery might want to register the provenance information and exhibition history for all of the artworks in their inventory. Partners can also upload artworks not yet on the Artory Registry.
When a registration occurs, the artwork record will change on Artory’s public database–now showing that a Registration Partner has created a registration, sale, or inclusion record attached to the artwork. The artwork record will always reflect the most recent information that has been registered on Artory.