NFT Art Gallery in Jerusalem, Israel

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Description: With Israel’s unicameral house of representatives, already displaying the very latest in secured digital age technology, Jerusalem, Israel cannot be far from an NFT display or exhibit in a local gallery.

Is an NFT art gallery in Jerusalem, Israel, that far off into the future, if at all? With Israel’s cutting-edge technology and drive to encourage and embrace progress every which way, it comes as no surprise that the NFT bug has bitten and is spreading like wildfire. Each day, new cryptocurrencies are created, as well as new platforms that are more affordable.

  • NFT Mania Has Arrived in the Israeli Knesset

The Israeli government. the last place one would expect to spearhead and embrace this type of technology has taken a huge step into the futuristic present. The Israeli government, which held four, count them, four elections in a two-year period and was wrought with problems, is celebrating its new chain of command.

  • Swearing-In

On the occasion of the swearing-in of Israel’s new president in Jerusalem, Isaac Herzog, in a first-ever historic event, the Israeli Knesset in Jerusalem has created an NFT. Israel’s parliament has minted a token of a copy of the oath of office that was signed by the reputed, late father of today’s president, 38 years ago.

Walking in his prominent, late father’s footsteps, President Isaac Herzog pledged his allegiance to the State of Israel and its laws. The Technology and Computing Division staff, guided by the Director-General of the Israeli Parliament, Gil Segal, minted the non-fungible token with blockchain technology with a smart contract, which will protect it from any kind of fraud. The President’s Residence in Jerusalem, Israel, will hold a copy of the oath of office as an NFT during Isaac Herzog’s entire term. To validate the token, the historic document was retrieved from the depths of the Knesset Archives. The new president was gifted the elegant copy, just before his own inauguration.

Creating the file with its very complex code, costs several hundred shekalim but the global tidal wave of NFTs can bolster its value to millions of dollars. The validity has been established when the token was minted and it is unique and non-fungible.

  • Collector’s Item

For history buffs, Israel and Middle East enthusiasts, this NFT holds both meaning and value.  Its purchase, should Isaac Herzog ever decide to sell it, will appeal to different kinds of collectors. It is historic for commemorating the late Chaim Herzog, who was Chief of Military Intelligence and President of the State of Israel. He was the son of Ireland’s Chief Rabbi, Yitzhak Halevi Herzog. Its minting also made history as the first-ever NFT minted by any parliament in the entire world.

  • Next Stage Art Exhibit in Jerusalem, Israel Gallery

With Israel’s uni-cameral (of or relating to a judicial or legislative chamber or the privacy of such a chamber) house of representatives, already displaying the very latest in secured digital age technology, Jerusalem, Israel cannot be far from an NFT display or exhibit in a local gallery. Menucha Page, an American Israeli artist who is a master of the digital medium, can certainly spread her wings and embrace this new, progressive and timely era. She is already most of the way there, combining her expert, professional, photography with post-work to enhance and animate that which she works hard to express.

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