The NFT world keeps getting bigger each day and it’s grown by leaps and bounds right here in Seattle, especially because we now have the world’s first NFT Museum. The Seattle NFT Museum opened its door this past January as a brand new and exciting glimpse into the world of crypto art. Ready to take a look?

The new NFT Museum opened with an exhibition showcasing all sorts of works, ranging from generative art to 1:1 to 3D rendering and more. Some of the featured artists were even local, like Neon Saltwater and Charles Peterson. Alongside screens showing the unique works, visitors will also find a wall that breaks down exactly what an NFT is, a gift shop, and an Ethereum mining machine.

But as the crypto world evolves so rapidly, the NFT Museum is also rotating its shows to give viewers a new set of works to check out.

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Photo via Nataworry Photography / Seattle NFT Museum
seattle nft museum
Photo via Nataworry Photography / Seattle NFT Museum

The museum’s second exhibition will highlight pioneering women in the early history of NFT art. The exhibition includes seven artists, two collectors, and one collection. What’s extra cool about it is that three of the artists are from or currently live in Seattle, they include Jessica Greenwalt, Sage Sarvie, and Kelsey Johnson.

The exhibition will run from February 26th through the month of March, coinciding with Women’s History Month. So take this opportunity to check out something new and get your eyes on a real NFT. Who knows, it might just become your new favorite museum.

Pioneering Women at the Seattle NFT Museum

When: February 26th-March 31st
Where: 2125 1st Ave
Hours: Thursday-Sunday, 12 pm- 5 pm
Cost: $15