Ten years have passed since these challenges were first identified, and since then, blockchain technology has emerged, opening up possibilities for the future of this project. If blockchain is used, every stakeholder could share information within the industry, while maintaining privacy for customers and individual organizations. On top of this, by customizing distribution and valuation methods per user, works of art created by artists with different audiences can all be handled on the same platform for a long time. By using blockchain, both unknown and famous artists have the opportunity to be connected to transactions with local and major galleries and auction houses, or any other party that handles or may handle artworks. The amount of revenue each party receives could be set arbitrarily, and according to local laws, prominent artists could have their marketing and management teams tend to their accounts on their behalf. Built on blockchain, this platform can be designed to find the optimal distribution solution for each user while responding to the changing environment in real-time. Additionally, it can involve all art market stakeholders, such as curators and appraisers as well.