nTOPAZ's view on content ecosystems
Here's what nTOPAZ thinks.
We believe that when creative, diverse, challenging, and free ideas meet actively, the world of art and creation develops. Block chains are open and copyrighted, while privacy is not respected, it is highly regulated and makes you feel uncomfortable with usability.
We are convinced that creative work cannot blossom in this environment.
The protection of copyright means that creativity is limited on the other hand.
So, can creative work be developed in a controlled environment? We don't think so.
There is a saying that "There is nothing new under the sun". Nothing in the world is completely new.
Steve Jobs was not the first person to invent a smartphone.
But he created consumer needs by connecting computer and phone.
Most of the creative work begins with copying, and We think the motivations and inspiration found in various materials are linked and transformed into new creations.
In conclusion, nTOPAZ aims to become an exponential talent growth platform that combines diverse initiatives and inspiration in a free and creative creation environment.
nTOPAZ wants the following content:
♣ Content that inspires and heals people who see it with great talent and creativity
♣ Collaboration content based on a variety of challenges and experimental spirit
♣ Content that want to see, want to hear, want to buy, and want to learn(foundation of talent commercialization)
♣ Bright energy and positive message content
To help with this, we have the nTOPAZ Curator.
Curator of Visual Art A(@veryspider, @shibasaki, @scrawly, @melooo182, @allyinspirit)
Curator of Visual Art B (@livvu, @catwomanteresa, @yanes94, @siamcat, @axeman)
Curator of Audiovisual Art (@ilazramusic, @aidarojaswriter)
The following content is not allowed in nTOPAZ:
♠ Vote-Farming content through multiple accounts (does not accept it as a creation because it does not have identity)
♠ Low Quality content (To be regarded as lacking in talent or sincerity)
♠ A consistent gloomy atmosphere or distasteful content; provocative content reminiscent of sexual activity.
(In case of a simple nude, the boundaries between art and obscenity are ambiguous, the majority opinion within the team is based.)
♠ Content that copies another person's work and posts it as if it was his/her own.
(If you have practiced copying another person's work, you must specify the author and source.)
*It doesn’t mean inspiration, but just copying.
But, everyone can make one mistake.
A verbal guide to one mistake, whether it was in the past or present, and a limitation criterion is applied to the activity in the 7 days inactive, 30 days inactive, and Blacklisted steps after the second time.
Thank you for your attention!!