“Given the growing presence of NFT video/digital art, NFT1X presents an evolving NFT platform as a framework for a wider range of content and IP venues via the NFT1X native TV content video platform that we develop and own around the world. In this regard, the project The start reflects our goal of expanding the… Continue reading NFT Ownership Expands to also include Intellectual Property rights with Plans to Launch KidsNetTV Family TV Series as 155 NFT Classic Video Collection program
The LA Art Show kicked off at the Convention Center Thursday night, and there’s something different on display this year. Alongside many traditional galleries featuring everything from photography to sculpture is Vellum LA, which will be the city’s first brick-and-mortar gallery to handle NFT (non-fungible token) art when it opens on Melrose Avenue this fall.… Continue reading LA’s First NFT Art Gallery Debuts at LA Art Show
Another factor uniting some of these trends is the ongoing effects of COVID-19. Especially in the music world, artists who can’t tour have an extra incentive to find new sources of income. Songwriter catalogs sold hundreds of millions. And their listeners are spending more time staring at screens at home, including fans who have the… Continue reading Why is NFT Important for Music?
NFT technology, Harrison says, provides a way to put a price tag on digital art, harnessing the primal hoarding instincts—the search for eligible Veblen items, coveted only to the extent that they are expensive—that is behind many collectors’ desires. Mix that with a frothy community eager to trade and meme every new construct adjacent to… Continue reading NFT Booms As Collectors Come Out to ‘Own’ Digital Art
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