The Vice Minister of Trade’s Expectation Response, is Ready to Help Local Artists Go International

JAKARTA – The hope of the Deputy Minister of Trade, Jerry Sambuaga, who wants the younger generation to be able to develop new crypto assets, was responded positively by many groups.

One of them is, which is a global start-up created by young Indonesians.

“The presence of a Decentralize Exchange platform like will be able to be a solution for the community, especially artists, to get out of the economic downturn in the current pandemic,” said Aji M Iqbal, one of the founders of in his written statement, Monday (13/9/21).

This digital asset platform has favorite projects, one of which is a Non-Fungible Token (NFT).

Through this NFT, is ready to help and facilitate local artists to create digital assets.

Some of the big names that have collaborated with are the famous Indonesian painter, Yudhis Citra.

This painter who has won many international awards will work through NFT As a conventional painter, Yudhis Citra realizes that technological developments in the current digital era must be used as opportunities for artists. Moreover, many artists are getting worse as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Not wanting to be left behind, Wahyu Widjajanto is also keen to see this opportunity. This painter from Bandung really appreciates Next Art’s work. NFT can be a place to be creative for young Indonesian talents and hopes to produce many spectacular visual works.

Last week, in a coordination meeting between Bank Indonesia and the Ministry of Trade, the vice minister of trade, Jerry Sambuaga, assessed that the development of crypto assets, especially those with underlying assets, needs serious attention. This is to integrate the financial sector and digital trade with the real economy carried out by the community.

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