What NFTs mean for fine art insurance

ING, Microsoft, Delft University of Technology, The Mauritshuis and Museum Het Rembrandthuis all pitched in to create the ‘The Next Rembrandt’ project.

Analysis: Edmund Tirbutt examines what the advent of non-fungible tokens means for insurers, and whether the industry is designing an array of cover for this emerging art form.

If Rembrandt wasn’t already turning in his grave when Pop Art emerged in the 1950s, the recent trend to sell digital art via non-fungible tokens – or NFTs – may have started him off.

NFTs, which are

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