NFT.NYC will be hosting its third annual in-person event in Times Square on October 20 and 21, 2021.
The event brings together enterprise and consumer brands, blockchain developers, gamers, artists, investors and fans to showcase real world use cases.
NFTs have recently exploded into the zeitgeist, with several hundred million dollars of digital asset sales already this year.
Non-Fungible Tokens are impacting consumer experiences of ownership and identity.
Today, February 20, 2021, marks exactly 1 year since we last met in New York City for NFT.NYC.
NFT.NYC 2020 started with an oversold (and very overcrowded) VIP and Speaker Dinner the night before, followed by a huge day of great talks and networking with the NFT Community. Here’s a reel of some highlights.
Like a CD-ROM, NFTs are a container, made valuable only by the content they carry.
Where a CD may have carried a rolling stones album, a video game, or photos from that family trip to Disneyland, NFTs can carry membership cards, in-game items, and one of their best received use cases — Art.
NFTs are the new medium for digital artists to register, trade and immortalize their work.
Since early 2018, leading digital art platform, KnownOrigin, has amassed over 5,000 unique digital artworks from a community of over 350 verified artists, totalling over 1,600 ETH in sales.
Their prolific presence…
a “system and method for providing cryptographically secured digital assets”
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are moving into mainstream commerce, the most recent example being the December 10, 2019 award to Nike of a patent covering NFT-based footwear, both virtual and physical. Nike’s U.S. Patent №10,505,726 — titled, “[a] system and method for providing cryptographically secured digital assets” — describes a system for minting, exchanging, and intermingling cryptographic digital assets in the form of digital shoes, which can each be linked to a real-world physical shoe.
Nike’s system blurs the line between physical and virtual, finding monetization opportunities in both. The use…
IMPORTANT EDIT: After posting this article, we learned that we weren’t the first to issue tickets on the blockchain. The AlphaWallet team sold valid World Cup tickets by working directly with FIFA. You can read more about that very awesome project here.
We’re super excited to announce that we’ll be issuing tickets for the upcoming NFT.NYC conference on the Ethereum blockchain as ERC721 assets, for sale on OpenSea. Each ticket is a unique ERC721 item, which we call a CryptoTicket. CryptoTickets are instantly re-sellable, transferrable, bundle-able, bid-able, and interoperable.
NFTs or Non-Fungible Tokens are a new way of creating unique digital assets that we control.
On 20 February, 2019, NFT.NYC will bring the Digital Collectibles Ecosystem to Times Square, New York City.
NFT.NYC will bring together gamers, artists, blockchain developers and fans to showcase how Non-Fungible Tokens will, and are already, impacting their experiences of ownership and identity with digital assets.
It is the first major US event of its kind. Event insights will be broadcast on Social Channels and the PlayStation Theater Times Square Billboard throughout the day.
A sample of the…
Originally posted by Kred Coins: https://medium.com/@kredcoins/whos-influencing-nfts-f990acf22461
The digital assets we create, our awards and achievements, our Drivers Licenses, Passports and Certificates — these things define who we are.
More recently that list has been growing:
NFTs or Non-Fungible Tokens are a new way of creating unique digital assets that we control, facilitated by the Ethereum blockchain.
The Ethereum blockchain is ubiquitous and decentralized — no…