Rights Chain Update News

Today we released an update to our platform which adds three buttons under each picture in our gallery.



This button allows you to set your work as private if red and locked or public if green and unlocked. Use this to decide the privacy of your artworks.

Little Man


This button allows you to set your content as suitable for all ages if green, or not suitable for minors if red with the X. This button will allow us to manage the new features for creators of R18 art, which we will introduce in the future.



This button allows you to set your content as "featured" artworks if green, or not featured if blue. Through this button you can get your best works to participate in the events organised by Rights Chain which will be promoted here on our blog.
Starting tomorrow, you will learn about a new event that Rights Chain is organising to support your art.
If you want your artwork to make it to our homepage, we suggest setting your content as public and featured. R18 content will not appear on the homepage, even if set as featured.

Luca Donnarumma

Mega-Ne, Illustratore e character designer italiano. Con diversi anni di esperienza nell'ambito dell'illustrazione Giapponese.

Last update 2018-12-11

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