A recent merger between a blockchain-based art registry and an international auction house sales database will see sales records from over 4,000 auction houses put on the blockchain. The art registry, Artory, has purchased Auction Club, a currently privatized database that contains information from over 4,000 international auction house sales, the Art Newspaper reports. The acquisition will merge the two companies immediately and will make Auction Club’s sales records from over 250 businesses in 40 countries publicly available for the first time. Records will begin to show up on the blockchain-based registry some time in May. The data held in…

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4,000 art auction houses are putting their sales records on the blockchain
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