Although, the very first look at the Art Market may provide an impression that it’s only showing an upward continued growth trend, it actually contains various problems that are emerging concurrently with its development. First of all, the involvement of the brokerage services in the transaction processes, there are considerable fees that need to be paid to the intermediaries, which are not sufficient to compensate artists who actually engage in creation processes. In addition, sometimes even the art pieces that have received professional appraisal are often found to be counterfeit, which causes a significant economic harm to the market participants. For this reason, art buyers do not have sufficient credibility with just the certificates presented by galleries and auction companies, and thus the Provenance function is not operating effectively. Meanwhile, digital art, which is increasingly attracting attention, has not been applied in the art market to its fullest potential, with copyrights not properly recognized and easily shared and disseminated due to lack of awareness and ease of replication.