ARTBnk to Help a New Generation of Art Collectors Own Valuable Pieces of Art through Fractionalization

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ARTBnk to Help a New Generation of Art Collectors Own Valuable Pieces of Art through Fractionalization
Günther Förg (b.1952 - 2013) OHNE TITEL, 2007. Acrylic on canvas, 76 3/4 x 90 1/2 in (195 x 230 cm).

NEW YORK, NY.- Fractional Ownership of Art: A Fascinating Investment Model for Art Lovers and Astute Investors

As equity markets remain overvalued and people look for sustainable investments, fractionalized sales have become a burgeoning segment in the partial ownership of artworks. ARTBnk, the FinTech SaaS platform that is a leading source of valuation, financial performance, and liquidity data on the global art market, is entering into the fractionalization of art, to provide investors with opportunities to own and invest in fine art pieces. ARTBnk is set to launch its first fractionalization product.

Historically, investment opportunities and ownership in the $1.7 trillion global art market have been limited to the very wealthy. Blue-chip artwork has substantially outperformed the S&P 500, making it an interesting choice for people who want to diversify their investment portfolios. ARTBnk intends to make works of art affordable and accessible for clients who may take advantage of the potential of art as a financial asset.

Art is an inflation protected asset with little correlation to equities. High demand coupled with a global supply, scarcity of high-quality art pieces has driven the art market towards steady price appreciation.

The Basics of Fractionalization

Fractional ownership involves purchasing fractional interests of an asset. Each fractional interest represents a percentage of total ownership. Fractional investing may lead to those interests being traded on an exchange without the asset itself being sold.

With fractional ownership, people share the benefits, rights, and also the risks of ownership. This investment model is moderately stable and has the potential for significant returns.

Why is ARTBnk the Choice for Sustainable Fractional Investments in Art?

ARTBnk’s financial tools make it possible to manage art as a financial asset – a disruptive service to the traditional approach to art investing. With their team’s 200 years of combined entrepreneurial experience in Wall Street, technology, global financial markets, and art markets, ARTBnk is uniquely qualified to move in the direction of fractionalization.

Talking about their aim to democratize the art market, ARTBnk’s Chairman Asher Edelman said, “Artbnk has been planning this launch for the past few months. We consider art a remarkable asset uncorrelated to all other financial assets. Artbnk has been a primary mover in changing art from a hard asset growing into a financial asset. And we believe that fractionalization is a big part of the future, with individuals being able to own part of major works of art.”

ARTBnk uses artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and regression analysis to make informed investment decisions using data about the artist’s growth trajectory and the artwork’s history. With ARTBnk’s ability to discover the fair market value of art pieces using AI, investors can rest assured that proper analysis has been conducted to provide them with high-value artworks that should prove to be successful investments.

ARTBnk’s fractional art offerings will typically be priced under fair market value. The firm’s comparative analysis data and expertise backs up these valuations. Management’s experience in the art business and financial markets gives them a distinctive advantage. Their unique ability to estimate the true value of an artwork has them eyeing market dominance in the fractional art investment sector.

ARTBnk will utilize the platform and services of IOI Capital and Markets, LLC, a FINRA member Broker-Dealer. iownit's private blockchain-based technology platform underpins this digitization and fractionalization process, allowing investors to diversify their portfolios while providing a user experience that is intuitive and easy to use. It also enables investors to access more liquidity and provides transparency and traceability as they build a curated portfolio of iconic paintings.

ARTBnk understands that fractionalization is a need of the present and has massive potential for the future. With people being able to own parts of major artworks, fractional investments in the art world will lead to a greater appreciation of art. Fractionalization will prove to be a useful diversifier that brings fine art exposure to people’s investment portfolios.

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Disclaimer :

This is a marketing communication and is for informational purposes only. This document does not constitute an offering or a recommendation to buy, sell or hold any security and shall not be deemed an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any security.

Securities offered on the iownit ATS have not been registered under the Securities Act of 1933 and cannot be resold or transferred unless the sale or transfer is registered with the SEC or otherwise exempt from registration. Investments mentioned in here should be considered long-term.

Art as an asset or a fractionalized asset, is speculative, involves a high degree of risk, is generally illiquid, may decrease in value, is subject to potential market manipulation risks and may expose investors to loss of principal. Investors must be able to afford the loss of their entire investment.

Fractionalization is based on a single asset with 100% of the investment concentrated in a single artwork which makes such investment highly risky.

Forward looking statements should not be relied upon: This release contains certain forward-looking statements that are subject to various risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements are generally identifiable by use of forward-looking terminology such as “may,” “will,” “should,” “potential,” “intend,” “expect,” “outlook,” “seek,” “anticipate,” “estimate,” “approximately,” “believe,” “could,” “project,” “predict,” or other similar words or expressions. These are based on certain assumptions, discuss future expectations, describe future plans and strategies, or state other forward-looking information which are inherently uncertain and actual outcomes could differ materially from those set forth or anticipated in any forward-looking statements you receive. You are cautioned not to place undue reliance on any of these forward-looking statements.

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