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So, they are acting as an escrow service. I spent a lot of time thinking of how to solve this problem. For example, you have a painting of Picasso, and you authenticate it with a NFT, then you sell the painting with the NFT. How can the buyer trust that it's the real painting unless they pay for an appraiser to authenticate again? What if you had the real Picasso but then had it duplicated, then you sell the fake one with the authenticated NFT, but you keep the real Picasso until you sell it back a few years later on the black market... Transition from physical to digital world force us to have trust in human being capturing the data, and since the NFT of authentication is not physically attached on the art it become impossible to trust as it move through the chain. So, I spent half an hour trying to see if Boson managed to solved it, and I'm still unsure. I think what they did is simply create an escrow service on blockchain but still requires dispute going through humans involvement. So, I don't see this as trustless. Sure, there is still a use for this technology, but is it cheaper than the centralized alternative? Show Less

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