MUSEUM is connected.

A New Form of Asset Ownership

New financial technologies based on blockchain technology are leading the digitization of global assets and the creation of markets that transcend national borders. The amount of such assets transcends national borders and will reach a scale of approximately 214 trillion yen by 2021. MUSEUM needs to create a new form, MUSEUM 3.0, to respond to this global wave in the future.


New Revenue from NFT

In many museums, more than 50% of their income comes from public revenue, 10% from merchandise sales, and 30% from admission fees. It is said that NFT is the world's one and only digital data with a certificate that cannot be copied. However, the certificate cannot be tampered with due to the blockchain, and sellers can still list and sell merchandise such as the Mona Lisa and Picasso. Unlike Bitcoin, which has no seller or administrator, NFTs have to face all kinds of issues such as trust, storage, security, and insurance for the seller. That is why there needs to be a safer and more trustworthy place to buy NFTs, including purchasing them for sale or direct sales. MUSEUM, which is located all over the world, has the know-how to immediately respond to and solve these various NFT problems.

Recruitment and Screening

Market Research
Profit Research
SNS Operation
Screening of works and rights

Issuance (NFT conversion)

Artwork Preparation
Blockchain selection
Preparation of infrastructure such as wallets
Preparation of necessary crypto assets
NFT registration and issuance

Ancillary Services

Artwork Custody, Transportation and Insurance
Physical printing of NFT originals and prints
Rights transfer procedures, etc.


Distributed ownership of artworks by NFT brings art closer to the public FunTech (FunTech) grows together with artists and users
Expanding new possibilities without disrupting the existing museum model