NFT’s, or non-fungible tokens, have taken the tech world by storm as a new and exciting way to digitally own a wide array of different assets. NFT’s can range from typical consumer goods such as art and music to more obscure items like a really good tweet or even a share of land. Hence, just about anyone can make an NFT and sell it. Listen to these podcasts to learn everything you need to know about NFT’s from experts in the field, including dig…
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NFT’s, or non-fungible tokens, have taken the tech world by storm as a new and exciting way to digitally own a wide array of different assets. NFT’s can range from typical consumer goods such as art and music to more obscure items like a really good tweet or even a share of land. Hence, just about anyone can make an NFT and sell it. Listen to these podcasts to learn everything you need to know about NFT’s from experts in the field, including digital artists, savvy techies, and business moguls like Paris Hilton.
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Kevin Roose on How NFT's Became the New Cryptocurrency
It started with a picture posted on the internet and ended in an extravagant cryptocurrency bidding war. NFTs, or “nonfungible tokens,” have recently taken the art world by storm. Listen to The Times columnist Kevin Roose explains how NFTs, or “nonfungible tokens,” have recently taken the art world by storm.
Justin Maller on the Use of NFT's in Art
Are NFT's the new norm for buying and selling art? To find out, listen to digital artist Justin Maller chat with "Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast" about his expectations for the new cryptocurrency and why he is considering making them for his own work.
Are NFT's the Future of Music?
Are NFT's the future of music? Listen to Vasja Veber, the co-founder of music tech company Viberate, as he shares his plans to produce gig NFT's, secure future bookings for a post-pandemic world, and create a new revenue stream.
The Difference Between Fungible and Non-Fungible Goods
Is trading gold bars the same as trading dollar bills? Listen to "TechStuff" host Jonathan Strickland as he outlines the key differences between fungible and non-fungible goods and explains why big companies might fear the dawn of NFT's.
Surprising Assets You Can Own via NFT's
The hosts of "The Crypto Black Podcast" ponder the surprisingly wide array of assets that you can own via NFT's, including beloved video game characters and virtual shares of land. No matter the future outcome of NFT's, these podcast hosts seem to think that this crypto craze will be an exciting new means of investment for years to come.
Three Lawyers Explain the Legal Side of NFT's
Three lawyers discuss the legal benefits of buying NFT's and why it's important to have a means of proving ownership of an underlying asset. Tonya Evans, visiting Full Professor of Law at Penn State Dickinson Law School and host of the podcast Tech Intersect, shares her take on the value of having NFT's.
Jess Sloss Explains the Value of Purchasing an NFT
What's the value of purchasing an NFT? Listen to "The Colin and Samir Show" guest Jess Sloss as he shares his thoughts on what you really get when you buy a culturally relevant good with the new cryptocurrency. Jess also discusses how owning a picture of the Mona Lisa is different from actually paying to see the painting in the Louvre.
What Is The Future Of Trademarks In An NFT World? #1443
NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are a form of provenance.
If you create something, then attach an NFT to it, forever and a day, you will be creator of that thing.
And the owner...unless and until you transfer the rights to someone else, via the blockchain.
A trademark is proof that you own a unique symbols or word or words.
Now, ponder this...
In a world where NFTs become mainstream (which I genuinely believe is not that far away), do we even need trademarks anymore?
Will trademark offices around the world embrace the utility of NFTs and the blockchain?
I see interesting things emerging in this space.
What do you think?
Who love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.
OR...you can leave me a short voice message here -
#NFT #intellectualproperty #trademarks
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