- fxhash is a generative art platform that lets anyone upload their code and mint the outputs as Tezos NFTs.
- The project focuses on making generative art more accessible for both creators and collectors.
- The success of fxhash and other generative art platforms such as Art Blocks signals the growing interest in generative art NFTs.
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fxhash is a generative art marketplace and platform on the Tezos blockchain that lets anyone to upload their code and generate outputs as Tezos NFTs. Crypto Briefing caught up with fxhash team member Paul Schmidt to talk about the platform’s explosive growth and future ambitions.
What Is fxhash?
There’s a new generative art platform gaining popularity—this time on Tezos.
Launched in November 2021, fxhash is a generative art platform that lets anyone upload their code to the site and mint the outputs as Tezos NFTs. Although it takes some coding knowledge to start creating art on fxhash, the platform’s community is dedicated to helping new users get to grips with the emerging and often complex art form.
Paul Schmidt, one of 10 core fxhash team members, recently sat down with Crypto Briefing to guide us through how generative art is created and how it intersects with NFTs and blockchain technology. “Basically, artists upload their code on our platform, that code has some randomness attached to it, and this randomness gets seeded by a transaction hash,” Schmidt explained, before outlining the process in more detail.
The fxhash platform is the brainchild of generative artist Ciphrd. He drew from his background in computer science to build the site and used his experience creating generative art to implement the necessary tooling to help budding artists to bring their work to life.
Because fxhash provides support for both experienced coders and those who are just starting out, it has become a hub for generative artists and collectors of all backgrounds and skill levels. fxhash team members provide guides and…