Article: NFTs Are Hot in China, But With a Difference

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NFTs Are Hot in China, But With a Difference - DecryptNFTs Are Hot in China, But With a Difference

“I’ve cut out all my NFT sales for the next three months and rejected all interviews (other than yours) because I think there’s such a bubble in the market, and my work has been pushed up too high,” Ting Song, one of the most active crypto artists in China, told me, flatteringly.

Song is among a number of artists who saw their NFT work rocket to the moon. Just like in the west, NFTs have penetrated every corner of the Chinese crypto community. Crypto WeChat is full of hashmask equivalents, and for those who love cats, mooncats have become a favorite topic.

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Article: Can NFTs Change How We Value Music?

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Can NFTs Change How We Value Music?

NFTs are everywhere right now, from the NBA to Taco Bell, and artists like Grimes, Yaeji, and Toro Y Moi have been testing the waters. Grimes sold a collection of visual art for over $6 million; 3LAU, an EDM musician, made $11 million by selling an album as 33 individual NFTs; and Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park has sold several multimedia pieces through the NFT marketplace Zora. The website XLR8R announced a dedicated marketplace for music NFTs earlier this week, and there’s a burgeoning cottage industry of NFT auction houses looking to bring these collectibles to the masses.

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Article: NFTs: A Legal Guide for Creators and Collectors

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NFTs: A Legal Guide for Creators and Collectors

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have taken the world by storm, empowered a new generation of digital artists and turned many into millionaires and household names. Beyond allowing artists to monetize their work without expensive middlemen, NFTs hold the promise of unlocking radical new ways of expression, fan engagement and information dissemination.

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