Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) represent unique digital assets that are typically used to represent ownership of digital art, collectibles, virtual real estate and other digital items. (For some background on NFTs see my primer.) Determining whether an NFT is a security is a complex and evolving legal question that depends on numerous factors and the jurisdiction … Read more
The U.S. Copyright Office has ruled that AI-generated artwork cannot be copyrighted. Let’s talk about that. But first a little background. What’s a Copyright A copyright is a legal right that grants exclusive control over the use and distribution of an original creative work. It gives the creator or owner of the work the exclusive … Read more
An elderly lady with old money and new / Invested her wealth with the FTX crew / They bungled and stole / Left her deep in a hole / And now the old woman, she lives in a shoe / More on digital assets.
NFTs are still hot. $37 billion of transactions in the first four months of 2022. So, what’s the story with NFTs? And how do you monetize them? We’ll get to that second question, but let’s start from the beginning. And check the glossary — on the right or below, depending on your device — for … Read more