Bloomberg Pursuits’s journalist James Tarmy dedicated an illuminating article to ArtSquare.io and the fractional ownership industry.
Spanning different categories of collectibles—from fine art to cars, watches, sneakers, and playing cards—, the piece analyzes thoroughly the complex reality of investment opportunities offered by different models of fractional ownership, including the one underlying ArtSquare.io.
The possibility of returns dictates the performance of each investment, but with art investments, the fluid nature of value judgements both drives large participation of new categories of buyers and makes it trickier for them to make effective investment choices.
Rather than capitalizing on the complexity of the industry or aiming to “evangelizing investing in art”, ArtSquare.io is “participating in the art world on a different level.”—said our founder Fabrizio D’Aloia to Bloomberg. The symbolic, minimum investment amount of €1,00 in ArtSquare.io’s first tokenized artwork—Kiku by Andy Warhol—is a powerful example of this vision.
You can read the full piece here.