#introductions Hello! I'm an artist who studied mass communications and just arrived in Glasgow to complete my Master in Collecting & Provenance. Landed here thanks to the good advise of @DrDonnaYates
Starting to define my thesis subject. I am interested in the process of recovery, return, repatriation of antiquities and works of art and just came across block-chain technology that seems to have the potential of a good tool in the whole process. So, just my first steps in many respects.
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