The NFT Museum will be the largest digital art display in the Metaverse

With the support of the “Notice on Several Measures to Promote Trade Liberalization
and Facilitation in Hainan Free Trade Port” issued by the Ministry of Commerce and 19
other departments, as well as the “Regulations on the Protection of the Rights and
Interests of Overseas Chinese in Hainan Province,” which encourages overseas
Chinese to develop in Hainan, a favorable opportunity arose. In November 2021, the
Silk Road Museum and the Modern Technology Aerospace Supercomputing Center
joined forces to create China’s first NFT Museum in Hainan Wenchang Aerospace City.

The NFT exhibition at the C Gallery of the Wenchang Aerospace Supercomputing
Center features design and decoration focused on NFT exploration in space. NFT
exhibits are designed and minted to build a first-class NFT digital display platform, offering comprehensive technical support. The museum will present a series of
masterpieces, combining the ancient concept of “flying to the sky” with modern
dreams of space exploration through NFT technology, to create a truly significant
digital art NFT museum.

Users can become “digital patrons” of millennia-old cultural heritage by tapping their
smartphone screens, acquiring collector’s edition NFTs, and experiencing the fusion of
traditional culture with modern technology. These irreplaceable tokens exist as unique
records on the blockchain, permanently storing information and data about their
creators. The ability for buyers to showcase their art is often limited, keeping these
beautiful artworks confined to the eyes of a few until they believe it’s the right time to

The NFT MUSEUM’s mission is to empower creators to produce outstanding content
and share it with the world. They see NFTs as a way to democratize art ownership and
create new experiences between creators, owners, and collectors.

To achieve this ambitious goal, the team is positioning itself among the world’s most
renowned art collections, such as the Louvre, the Museum of Modern Art, and the
National Art Gallery. Looking ahead, museums will take on a new form on the
blockchain, and NFTs will undoubtedly play a more significant role in the cultural and
museum world.

The NFT Museum can effectively provide new carriers and consensus mechanisms for
artworks, opening the door to the digital world beyond physical boundaries and
ushering in a new era of digital art development.

Silk Route Museum

The Silk Route Museum, funded and constructed by the Silk Road Fund of the United
States, is located in Jiuquan, the prestigious county along the Silk Road. Serving as a
symbol of the glory of the Silk Road, the museum was built near the Wei and Jin
Dynasty tombs, known as the “World’s Largest Underground Gallery.” The magnificent
and solemn Han-style architecture covers an area of 470,000 square meters, with an
exhibition space of over ten thousand square meters. The surrounding landscape area
occupies 2.7 million square meters. Its grandeur and unprecedented scale make it a
rare sight in the western and even national context

With over ten thousand precious artifacts spanning five thousand years of history, the
exhibits are categorized according to their cultural and archaeological significance, historical periods, and regional characteristics, following the origin and development
of the Silk Road. The museum houses seven large exhibition halls, where ancient
history, splendid culture, and the glory and dreams of human civilization are
showcased through architecture, artifacts, sculptures, and other artistic masterpieces. This creates the most perfect interpretation of the profound history and splendid
culture for visitors.

Silk Road Fund

The United States Silk Road Fund has long been committed to high-end art
investment both domestically and internationally. With extensive collections and
abundant resources, it has achieved remarkable accomplishments in overseas art
collection and repatriation of a large number of art treasures to China, thereby
establishing a prominent position in the field of art.

Over time, three major museums have been built along China’s ancient Silk Road Hexi
Corridor. The fund primarily invests in various industries such as art property rights, historical and cultural heritage preservation, cultural tourism, high-tech networks, and
high-tech finance. Leveraging its extensive experience in art investment and capital
operations, the American Silk Road Fund has established an ‘Art Blockchain’ for
overseas art repatriation and cultural asset digitization. It has formed an expert
advisory team and built comprehensive resource platforms.

The fund has established a strong cooperative foundation with major museums, collection institutions, trusts, and banking channels worldwide. With a focus on the art
investment market and high-tech finance, it has perfected the art investment system
and realized the digitization of art capital. Its goal is to create a leading position in the
field of art investment and bring back these lost national treasures to their homeland
as soon as possible

The Aerospace Modern City

A diversified Sino-foreign joint venture with assets worth nearly billion yuan, headquartered in Haikou, Hainan, engaged in research on aerospace supercomputing, big data applications, healthcare, new materials, intelligent living, and more. The
company has been granted 197 patents, holds 78 core software copyrights, and has
led the development of five national standards and one industry standard. It operates
a national-level engineering center, a provincial-level innovation research institute, and a postdoctoral research workstation, playing a significant role in driving industrial
transformation and upgrading.

The Aerospace Modern City is one of the 11 key parks in the Wenchang International
Aerospace City, which is part of the Hainan Free Trade Port. It serves as a independent
zone within the larger park. The total area for this project is approximately 1,388 acres, and the first phase, consisting of the Wenchang Aerospace Supercomputing Center
and the Science & Technology Cultural Living Zone, covering an area of around 388
acres, has been completed and delivered, with a built-up area of about 400,000
square meters. The park centers around the country’s only aerospace supercomputing
center, aiming to build a globally influential super data brain and big data service
application base. This endeavor will facilitate the integration of institutional and
technological innovations, contributing experience, intelligence, and services to the
entire country and even the “Belt and Road” initiative, promoting the establishment of “Smart Hainan” within the Hainan Free Trade Port.”

Wenchang Space Supercomputing Center