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Digital fingerprint set to revolutionise art market

Digital fingerprint set to revolutionise art market

By Cassandra Tanti - October 19, 2019

According to a UBS Art Basel report, 40 million artworks changed hands globally in 2018 – a trading volume worth around €63 billion. It’s an impressive figure, especially when considering that, according to experts, up to 50% of all artworks worldwide are forgeries.



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