Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Fusion NFT?

Fusion NFT is a proprietary NFT format developed by Coinllectibles.Art providing a gold standard of rights and title of ownership of a digital asset connected to a physical asset.

How will my legal rights be protected? What if someone copies the digital image of my artwork?

A legal contract is embedded into the Fusion NFT.  Within the legal contract, there are terms of ownership and legal recourse available when third parties breach any copyright terms.

As the owner of a Fusion NFT, you will be able to take the necessary legal action (as per what has been stipulated in the legal contract) against those who breach your digital ownership rights.

Am I buying a whole collectible item or a fraction of it?

When you buy a Fusion NFT, you are buying the whole collectible item and not a part of it.  The NFT contains documents to transfer the relevant rights and title to the NFT buyer. Documentations has been prepared by our panel of lawyers.

What is the range of collectibles do you offer?

We offer a wide range of collectibles items – such as art pieces, sculpture, watches, as well as other exciting areas to come.  In short, Coinllectibles will work with anything that has collection value.

What can I do with the collectible items after I have acquired the NFT?

You can either (1) take possession of it to the location of your choice or (2) leave it in the Coinllectibles Fusion NFT gallery in Hong Kong.

If you decide to display it in our gallery, you can choose to have your name up in an elegantly designed sign placed besides the art piece and or doing a short video to share why you decided to buy it.  This is our way of making it an immersive experience for our Fusion NFT owners.

How long can I leave the art piece in the gallery for?

You can leave your collection in our gallery for a maximum of ten years.  After that, you would have to take possession of the item.

Where is the Coinllectibles Fusion NFT Gallery located? Is it a virtual gallery?

No, it is not a virtual gallery.

The Coinllectibles Fusion NFT Gallery is in Hong Kong at the K11 Atelier (Victoria Dockside), a redevelopment of New World Centre situated in the prime location of Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront.  K11 MUSEA is a museum-retail complex situated in the heart of the US$2.6 billion Victoria Dockside development.

Can I resell my Fusion NFT?

Yes, as the owner of the Fusion NFT, you can resell it anytime you wish.

Where can I resell my Fusion NFT? Will Coinllectibles help me?

Yes, we would be able to help you.  You can reach our curators at Sell@Coinllectibles.Art for further discussions.

Can I sell the Fusion NFT and the physical item separately?

As the owner of the Fusion NFT, you can sell it however and to whomever you like.

However, our Fusion NFTs were intended to be jointly transacted.  If you decide to sell the NFT separate from the physical item, you may be in breach of some of the original legal terms or extinguish some of the legal protections that are in place.  Hence, you would have to seek your own advice on the legal implications. 

Do I have to use cash to bid for the NFT? Can I use cryptocurrencies?

You can you either fiat (i.e. cash) or cryptocurrencies to buy our Fusion NFTs.

Where can I buy the collectible items and NFTs offered by Coinllectibles?

We normally sell our NFTs via major cryptoexchanges.  You can visit our “Launch Page” and the links to the NFT offers are available there. 

 Coinllectibles is pleased to list the coveted artworks of renowned artists such as Patrick Hughes, Adeline Yeo and Allan Banford. Head over to "Crossover Fusion NFTs" for more information.  
 Coinllectibles is pleased to list the coveted artworks of renowned artists such as Patrick Hughes, Adeline Yeo and Allan Banford. Head over to "Crossover Fusion NFTs" for more information.