We are powered by artists and institutions like you.
Blockchain Art Collective is a global ecosystem of artists, artist’s representatives, and art authenticators that are creating the New Art Economy by giving a rich digital life to art.
Our solutions combine new technologies to deliver unprecedented authentication and provenance tracking capabilities, creating a decentralized, connected, and trusted asset registry for the art world, while uncovering value for artists, collectors, and institutions alike.
The Blockchain Art Collective Working Group was also formed in 2018 for art and technology communities to come together to shape future operating protocols for the art world.
Jacqueline O’Neill, Founder and CEO
Jacqueline is a practicing visual artist having earned her B.A. in Studio Art and Philosophy from Colgate University. She began developing her blockchain expertise in 2016 and grew this while serving as Director of Product Marketing at Chronicled.
Prior, she spent 7+ years honing her knowledge of the planning, design, building, and management of arts and cultural institutions for clients such as the American Museum of Natural History, Clark Art Institute, and Studio Museum of Harlem. In this time she also led operations for the management of JP Morgan Chase’s national real estate portfolio.
Chronicled, Inc., Technology Protocols
Based in San Francisco, Chronicled is a technology company leveraging blockchain and IoT to power smart, secure supply chain solutions. The company has developed a decentralized protocol and network for supply chain to enforce cross-organization business rules without revealing private data.
Currently, Chronicled’s biggest market verticals are Pharmaceuticals, Commodities, Precious Metals and Minerals, and Art. They are also a founding member of the Trusted IoT Alliance.
Want to build the future of art together?
In early 2018 we launched a working group of artists, arts institutions, and experts from the field to shape the future of the art world's operating system together.
We want to make sure art world changemakers and innovators--whether individuals or institutions--are having an impact on this growing ecosystem.