On Dynamic Gratitude

Written by
Sam Brukhman

On Dynamic Gratitude

Written by
Sam Brukhman

On Dynamic Gratitude

Written by
Sam Brukhman

You see that world map on our homepage? That's our first Async Dynamic Banner - a map image with pin Layers that can point to any location their owner chooses. And today, we’re gifting those pins to to our top fans! Get pumped!

Earlier in September, we asked our community to migrate their art tokens from V1 to V2 contract. As a reward for those that did it first, we are airdropping a limited amount of Layer Pins directly to their wallets. If you were one of the first to migrate, you should see a pin in your cryptowallet within the next few days.

For those that do not receive a pin, stay tuned to our Twitter because we’ll be giving away some as prizes as the days go on.

The dynamic header on our homepage is an example of the Async Art platform extending beyond visual art and even expanding on our usage of "Frames". Not only constrained to a computer monitor or an Apple TV, Async Art can be showcased via commercial assets.

Think dynamic logos, website banners, and even dare we say it, profile pictures. #ProgrammableArt is made for the future, and it is here.

Here’s a coordinate guide for those lucky enough to receive a pin in the coming days:

Our homepage isn't the only thing that's been updated. We’ve got several new features rolled out on our website:

1) Updated account dropdown options. White listed Async artists will see a link to Async Canvas, where they can make simple Async artwork.

2) Account options for setting a Bio, Location, and a Website link. (We reccommend Twitter)

3) Gasless Autonomous pieces now display their timezone.

4) Fixed Master direct image links for embedding.

5) Localized more text to Chinese.

This Async Master world map plans to stay on our homepage for the next couple of months. Perhaps when it is sold, the proceeds will be donated to a charity or go towards helping new cryptoartists with their initial minting fees.

Final details will be determined at a later date.

Async Art has been exploding recently. From our V2 migration to our recent Christie’s auction for Robert Alice’s Block 21 (sold for $137K), our platform continues to grow exponentially. And it's because of the community's support and use of our platform. So from the Async team to you: Thank you.

Now go and enjoy your pins!

Question of the Day:

Which popular website would you want to see a dynamic header implemented?