NFT discussion with Anndy Lian on dTV ThinkTank

NFT discussion with Anndy Lian on dTV ThinkTank

NFT is the most recent craze that exploded in the cryptocurrency space and also in the traditional art scene where Christie’s Auction house set a record for the highest-selling NFT at $69 million Ethereum tokens. An NFT is a new type of digital asset. Anndy Lian speaks to the dTV ThinkTank community about it. Anndy was on Channel News Asia, Money Mind segment, sharing with all what is NFT. Today he tells us more.

Anndy is an early blockchain adopter and experienced serial blockchain entrepreneur who is known for his work in the government sector. He is a best selling book author “Blockchain Revolution 2030” and currently the Advisory Board Member of Hyundai DAC Technology. Anndy is part of the Gyeongsangbuk-do Blockchain Special Committee, Government of Republic Korea, together with industry experts such as Brock Pierce. He also played a pivotal role as the Blockchain Advisor for Asian Productivity Organisation (APO), an intergovernmental organization committed to improving productivity in the Asia-Pacific region.

Lian talked about the possibilities that NFT can bring to the crypto space. It allows you to buy and sell ownership of unique digital items and keep track of who owns them using the blockchain. He has also talked about how NFT can solve copyright issues and how multichain protocol such as CZZ (http://www.classzz.com) and multi-chain market place like Hodooi (http://hodooi.com) can change the current NFT landscape.

“We will move beyond this NFT hype to benefit a wider audience group. The possibilities are endless for crypto.”

To contact Anndy, go to https://www.anndy.com. You can also view the original video on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9S-RmrKyKOI.

 

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hello comrades
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my pleasure to see you again and as a
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i am sergey sivan your host of this
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extremely
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welcome today my guest is andy lyon
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an early blockchain adopter and
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experienced
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serial blockchain entrepreneur who is
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known
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for his works in the government sector
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he is the best-selling book
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author blockchain revolution 2013
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and currently the advisory board member
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of
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hyundai dag technology andy is part of
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the
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gun sun books do blockchain special
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committee
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government of republic of korea together
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with
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industry experts such as brock purse we
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know him personally
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and also played a pivotal role
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as the blockchain advisor for asian
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productivity organization
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apo and intergovernmental organization
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committee
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to improving productivity in the asia
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pacific
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region and as a big supporter of
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incubating startups
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and he has also been a private investor
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for the past
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eight years with a growth investment
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mindset
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and the strategy strategically
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demonstrates his in the
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companies he chooses to be involved with
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he believes that
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what they’re doing throughout blockchain
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technology currently will
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will reversalize and redefine
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traditional businesses
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he also believes that the blockchain
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industry has to be
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re-decentralized happy to see your body
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what’s your tip
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for our viewers viewers today
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good to see you buddy um well i think
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one short tip is uh stay passion
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and then stay passionate and do the
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right thing for the crypto space yeah
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how are you cool cool you know so many
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things
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are comes up into this interesting space
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starting from the last year all the
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device sector is extremely
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growing blowing our minds but another
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stuff also
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coming to nft non-fungible tokens and
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looks like all the designers unique
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creators
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arts and all that stuff coming into the
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market that
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i see so many posts from you i see so
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many
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involvement in this industry to share
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with us your tell us share what you
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do this industry and how do you
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personally come into
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well um i think i think there are a few
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things that uh
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are really important and very
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hyped up at the current moment one is
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defy that you have mentioned
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another thing would be nft right so the
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defy it has definitely grown
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in in size grown in in a number of
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projects
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and grown in the total number invested
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in
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so it is still growing um i do see
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another phenomenon is that the
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traditional companies
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are looking at how to
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be part of these uh defined uh craze or
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this defy heart height and and and
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and this this is actually a big thing
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because if
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the if the traditional finance guys are
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going to come in with more capital
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this would mean that you know the
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current blue run could run a lot longer
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than we have expected right
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it’s no longer like some say it’s going
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to end in september
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well it could be september 2023 you know
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or 2024 right so
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life goes on so that’s the phi sector
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the other thing that i look at very much
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is the nft stuff right
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so if you have seen what i’ve talked
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about on
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china news asia twice on money
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money mine uh this is a segment in in
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in the singapore mainstream tv channel
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uh we will talk about what is nft
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what can nft do and so forth um and in
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the recent
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event i also talked about nfts again but
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but you know
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as of now nfps um is
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more towards the art scene collectible
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um mainly on that on that front
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but i do also see that there’s a
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possibility that you know
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nft could go into the financing
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right or maybe go into the stock scene
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you know so things things will change
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you know things
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things might uh might change a lot more
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as we progress
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as you build on the infrastructure to
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make it work
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um a lot better because right now i
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think the
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the the whole um
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nst thing is still in a very early stage
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um
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when we see more infrastructure being
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built on on top
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more layers being built on top you know
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i i think
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maybe it will be even higher in terms of
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uh
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invested amount and then d5 in time to
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come
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okay cool you know just let us know uh
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we have talked so many times in our nf
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talks
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in our discussions about noble
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situations of course
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and so many thoughts and so many dot
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about where is the value in nft
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where is the real value besides of the
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money we clearly see that
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all the designers or the art creators
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are trying to sell
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their the the content are trying to sell
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their
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i would say their stuff for the humans
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for the people
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and create the history about it but
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where is the
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real value which brings blockchain in
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the sea which blink
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we which bring that non-fungible token
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um would have not known tangible talking
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i’d say with non-fungible token
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ideology where is the point and what the
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make sense
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for the creators where they can find
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a new kind of market and be some uh
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some kind of much more valuable in this
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space just your thoughts is very
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interesting
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sure i i think again you know whenever
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we talk about nfp
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maybe in general right now i think the
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question that you posted would be like
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what makes nfps valuable right so
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based on what i see personally you know
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um like
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many other assets right now it’s a
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different asset class and so forth
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um cryptocurrency nfts and so forth
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it all depended on demand and supply
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i think demand supply are the key market
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driver for the price
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um due to the very scarce nature of nft
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you know it’s very unique one piece only
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you know it created a fair bit of demand
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you know so right now you see you know i
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have been sold at seven
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close to 70 million uh you know tweets
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going at um maybe
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close to three million and so forth
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these are some really good case study
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right very good case study but not every
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tweet or not
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every artwork per se is going to fetch
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that price
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right so the high demand you know from
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gamer from collectors from investors
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you know these are people who are often
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to prepare
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to pay a lot of money for them because
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they felt that they liked the
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nft if they liked the nft they felt that
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the designer behind the nasty or the
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the collective collectible itself can
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bring them more value
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in the future then okay
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you know they will pay for the high
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price right so some of the nfps also
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have the potential to make their own
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owners a lot of money so i’ll give you
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example one gamer you know
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on decentraland is a virtual land
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platform
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um they decided to buy 64 lots
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uh you know within within the within the
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game
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and combine them into a single estate
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you know adopted
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as the secrets of satoshi team green
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right
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and that itself which is just a virtual
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ascent it was being sold at
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80 000 purely because of the desirable
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location and road access in the virtual
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land
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right the gamers see that well if i if i
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have a plot of land
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here very strategic i could build big
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buildings
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you know tallest building and so forth
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you know they felt that
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you know this is this is this is of a
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good value right
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so this is how nft comes about you know
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someone like it
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you know someone willing to pay for it
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and then someone
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willing to make that transaction
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happen that created the value same thing
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for artwork you know sometimes you know
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i would think that this piece of art
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will look ridiculous you know
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but then wow you fetch a good price at
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that at the christie’s option or
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phillips
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um it all depends on your own
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perception or your own case you know how
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how this
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piece of work is going to work very well
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right so i think
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um right now this is really the current
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scene you know about nfts
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and this is also how people see the
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value
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you know out from these nfts but but
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another question that that might come
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might come up is is is there is a
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certain
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level of liquidity you know in nfts
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you know um i think structurally you
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know
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the the the ability to instantly trade
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the nfts of a certain value uh
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will lead to high liquidity marketplaces
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can also uh cater to such
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um such needs from different audience
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i’ll give you an example i’m involved in
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a project
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called uh who do so is
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is spelled as h o d
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o o i dot com right it is a multi
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multi chain kind of um
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um nfc platform so when it’s
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when it is you know in that kind of
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level
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different kind of um you know products
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can be minted on different chain and it
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can be brought into that marketplace
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that is one way to create more liquidity
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that’s one way
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to make more people go into their
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marketplace you know whether it’s for
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games whether it’s for artwork
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whether it’s for gaming and set and so
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forth i think
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this is this is one way to create more
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liquidity
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to allow more people to go into the game
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right
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so the other way to look at liquidating
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could also be bringing defy into the
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picture right
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so nfts help to expand the market
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of collateral in uh defy landing
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so a defy landing and maybe a boring
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platform require collateral right
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these collateral collaterals are
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generally
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crypto holdings you know but right now
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if we have nft right that nft
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is worth uh a hundred meter for example
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so
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one can now put dr nft
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as a form of collateral you know just
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like a piece of artwork just like a
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piece of real estate
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you know and then they could they could
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borrow against
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uh whatever they want right borrow
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against it
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so that creates created do you know
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yeah who you know and what i see what i
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feel in market
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looks like the real world really
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migrating
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to this virtual one because even in
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decentraland
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people ready to buy something in virtual
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you know where
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in virtual world world even now where on
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the huge distances between each other
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but have all the chances to be with us
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to see on us
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and have that communication level even
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now
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the same story happening with nft and
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with the cryptocurrencies
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and with all that industry so many
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documents so many
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things already get digitalized and we
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already ready to believe
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that this is the fact this is the real
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value and this is the real asset we can
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rely
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on what do you think where uh how the
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ideological in human mindset
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changes uh i’m talking about collectors
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they are now clearly see
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and understand how the artwork works
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in the space they have their own space
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they are collected
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they are collectors they have they are
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owner of so many pictures or so many
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artworks
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but now something changed it becomes so
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easy to do and to share with people
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around do you just
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have a one account in open sea or in a
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rare bill
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and just share the link say look here it
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is mine and
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nothing special happening inside knows
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so many emotions
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well how do they come to because this
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art or this industry
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is based on human emotions is based on
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their activity what do you think about
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that
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it’s gone or is be done in another
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manner
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wow i think again is is a big big
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question my friend so yeah
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i know about that just share your
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thoughts it will be interesting because
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i’m sure that
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viewers do not clearly understand how
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this market should looks like it’s not
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about money really it’s not about
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speculation
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it’s some about something special and
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ideological
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new that’s why i’m talking about that so
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many times
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i i think i think it’s fun to to to see
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it from your
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your point of view but maybe i i would
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give your
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your viewers and your fans some kind of
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uh
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an example you know that that could uh
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help help the whole thought process
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so first of all you know um perhaps
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you you you own a couple of good artwork
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at home yeah
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maybe that the artwork is made of gold
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all right it’s a gold gold color gold
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piece of artwork
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you know there’s a wonderful uh uh
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scenery of what it is you know
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it is worth maybe one million dollars
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because everything is gold you know by a
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very
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um maybe a very famous artist
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do you want to sell it no i don’t want
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to sell it right so i have the money and
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so forth so
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right now because of nft you know since
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you already have
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the original piece of artwork the only
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piece of artwork
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what you can do as a buyer is to
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tokenize it
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right do you need to tokenize it in gold
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color no need
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you can make it to red you can make it
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to orange
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you can make it into yellow 10 different
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colors for example
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upload that sell it off in the market
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you know
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and you still keep your original piece
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hang on on your wall you are very happy
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about it
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nfps actually gave you more
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imagination you know more ability to
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convert your current physical asset
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it could be a piece of artwork for
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example onto
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nft share it with people and also make
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some money out from them right because
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what does it
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it doesn’t cost you much you know to to
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convert into a digital copy
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on top of that you know you could also
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put
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more variable onto the
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smart contract right so when you put
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things like for example i i have a
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nfts as well you know that that
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my team posted it you know that nft
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itself if you buy it
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you get one hour of consultancy from me
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you know
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well yeah that’s it right
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but but the fact is you know is it easy
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to make that sale
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is it easy to make people buy that
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well that is a totally different thing
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right
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liquidity is that all right but in order
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to have liquid
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liquidity and attention to your piece of
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artwork for example
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you need people to market you
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right you need the hype to market you
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this
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same trick this same process is the same
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as the traditional art gallery
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you know christine is auctioned they
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have been doing it for
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decades you know they promote certain
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artists they
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promote certain certain type of artwork
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and so forth at different timing
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nfts for art
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has to go to that that kind of level if
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there’s no such promotion
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it will be very tough for you to get
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your artwork sold
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right so this is the artwork portion
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yeah
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but if you look at it very clearly you
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know whether we call it speculation or
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we call it rewards
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or we call it you know tokens
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you know by by doing all this action you
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are being rewarded with something right
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when you are being rewarded with
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something
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you will try to do more you try to
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promote the platform
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so the platform itself got enough
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promotion
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but people are looking at it like okay i
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have now
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did my work i got 10 10 10 tokens each
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token is 10
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okay let me just sell it off i get 100
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bucks is it okay
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i think it’s okay okay for the user
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because they the
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the work is done they are being paid 100
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okay for the
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for the platform owner as well because
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there’s a circulation
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of their platform token and it is being
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seen as a form of support
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to the whole art scene or to the whole
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platform
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right so i think i think fundamentally
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it is no different from what you see
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in the art gallery there’s no different
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at all
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so i i hope you know people who want to
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get into the nft scene
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you know whether it’s for the
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speculative nature
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or is it purely because of the artwork
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that they are trying to appreciate
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in time to come um both of both both
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group of people
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got to see this long term and got to see
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this
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in the right manner you know because
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artwork itself in order for
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it or for for people for example to have
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that kind of price
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for his artwork it is not an overnight
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thing he is not
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an artist that pops up last week you
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know so
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i think you have to get that kind of
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duration that kind of
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credibility and then from there you can
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get you
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you as an artist can get that kind of
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mileage you know
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same as a platform you know christie’s
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auction for example
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or solar base and so forth they work
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very hard
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you know so again if you work very hard
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as a platform
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well you could be the next uh big
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auction house you know
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online for nfts so a lot of these things
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going back to traditional thing
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that you you have talked about we just
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got to have the right mindset
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you know indeed i have my vision or my
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explanation where is the real value
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and what do we transfer to each other
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when some artwork comes from creator
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he giving to the humans giving to the
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people
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their ability to just
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change his ownership and that
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cost is just for changing the ownership
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in this moment of life this picture is
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mine
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and a little bit later after making a
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transaction
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the ownership is goes to another one and
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this is like a distributed ledger
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book for accounting like on a european
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bonds when you
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buying some bond you see the previous
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owner
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you see the previous money you see the
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creator one and this
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is the same story if you being sure that
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this artwork or this unique product
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is yours you have to pay for the
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ownership
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to the previous holder one and that’s
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the all the
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reason and that’s the all the money
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creation process
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am i right or it should looks like just
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another manner
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or it looks like just other am i right
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in
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in my thinking or not i i think what you
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have mentioned is
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it’s correct to a certain extent you
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know i think when you talk about
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european bond and so
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forth yes um art work yes
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but the thing is this you know um i
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think the tracing and
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uh tracing the the authenticity of the
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product and so forth
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you know it has been always been a a
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characteristic for blockchain so there’s
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the it is the same for nfts as well you
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know the ability to track who was the
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previous owner
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ability to track what was being
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transacted who was the real
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artist and so forth yes i think that is
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that is one of the value
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but again you have to you have to see um
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there are some limitations as well
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right right to to whether or not uh how
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you authenticate and verify this is the
21:44
real owner right because if you go to
21:46
some of these um marketplaces you know
21:48
you could see
21:49
a lot of different things that are maybe
21:52
not
21:52
original that has been uploaded there
21:54
right and then if you put in the
21:56
the the kind of a rubbish data you get
21:59
back the kind of rubbish result right
22:01
so i think ultimately as of as of now in
22:04
terms of uh
22:05
technology um uh adoption how to
22:08
authenticate whether this is the
22:10
the real owner or the real artist or not
22:13
i think it is still questionable so
22:16
it goes back to the fact uh that you
22:19
have to trust the platform
22:21
right you have to trust whoever the
22:23
auction house is right
22:24
you know so i’ll give you example in the
22:26
same same as uh
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you know trading and exchanges right
22:29
people who choose finance over
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abc exchange right because
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because finance is bigger it has a
22:36
longer reputation
22:38
you know it has uh uh built more trust
22:41
you know within within its network so
22:44
same for for the auction houses so so
22:46
all these platform
22:47
marketplaces become really important
22:50
really really important because they
22:52
become the gatekeeper for
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for many of this artwork especially so
22:56
for those that
22:57
are uh are priced a lot higher you know
23:01
so what i would expect is you know
23:03
during the normal marketplace
23:04
well there’s a certain level of
23:06
verification perhaps yeah
23:08
i’m not sure how this was this is going
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to be done but
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for special auction bigger price item
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i i do believe that the marketplace
23:18
got to do a lot more than just letting
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them
23:22
sell at this price they’ve got to verify
23:23
the owner they’ve got to
23:25
verify that he is the the artist
23:29
you know who is the artist because the
23:30
owner might not be the artist right
23:32
so you got to verify the owner current
23:34
owner previous owner
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the artist we know when when they did
23:38
this piece of artwork
23:40
you know this this whole set of data
23:43
become a birth certificate
23:46
and it is part of the nft right so
23:49
whenever you sell
23:50
this this this nft the data that you
23:53
have mentioned my friend
23:54
it goes together with it so that could
23:56
that could potentially be the value
23:59
more value if you can authenticate
24:02
lesser value
24:03
if you can’t authenticate so again it
24:04
goes back to the marketplace
24:06
so yes it is part of the value creation
24:10
you know something interesting already
24:13
happened
24:13
just few days ago the mark the
24:16
well-known marketplace
24:17
open sea uh has
24:20
uh has done so suspicious
24:24
so suspicious and non-understandable
24:26
things one of the collectors
24:29
uh his name is roman luka he
24:32
brings to the dead platform the artworks
24:36
of nba nba company but
24:39
but but it not be not not original it
24:42
gonna be
24:42
fake one and he
24:45
for sure uh has that case done
24:48
said to his friend just buy this
24:52
by buy this fake one buy this fake nba
24:55
card
24:55
and uh give it the real money for it
24:58
give it the real
24:59
eth he had bought and just a few days
25:02
later
25:03
from the nba just get informed that wow
25:05
nba do you
25:06
know about this stuff they say we do not
25:09
even realize that something happened in
25:11
this space
25:12
and they are giving the violation to the
25:14
open c platform just looks guys
25:16
it’s not the real one whereas nba
25:18
representers we say that
25:20
this is the fake and what the open seat
25:22
does
25:23
without any notification that clears
25:26
up hold the gallery all the gallery
25:30
cleaver clears up
25:32
and now is disrupt all the theory about
25:35
blockchain and about nft is looks like
25:39
it’s do not decentralized it’s
25:41
centralized
25:42
and it can be changed edited
25:46
or stopped or refurbished from the
25:48
platform
25:49
and where is the reason and where is the
25:51
regulation
25:52
and who could and who gonna be the
25:56
judge and the uh i know the person
25:59
who can say this is the original this
26:02
is the not fake and this is the real
26:04
creator
26:05
of this value it’s very uh it’s very
26:08
complexive
26:09
and very good i know complicated
26:11
question but this case is already happen
26:13
and this ongoing i will share the
26:16
information with you too and with our
26:17
audience because now this process is
26:19
ongoing the united states
26:21
in two states up there maybe you’re some
26:24
i don’t know
26:25
this is some some feedbacks what do you
26:27
think about that and what’s your
26:28
thoughts about
26:29
this could be happening with another
26:31
platforms too
26:33
i think i think this is uh the same
26:35
rubbish in rubbish our kind of
26:36
concept um but whether or not um
26:40
whether or not uh open c decentralized
26:43
and not decentralized
26:44
i think uh the action says it all right
26:48
so um i think first of all you know if
26:50
there are any form of a possible
26:51
violation
26:52
that is copyright related i think openc
26:56
has the right to re remove it right
27:00
it is no longer about whether it’s
27:02
decentralized or not decentralized
27:04
because
27:04
this is copyright it’s a it’s a totally
27:07
different thing
27:08
even if you are in a down network the
27:10
community can just vote and then make
27:12
sure that this thing
27:13
can be gone so i think i think opencd
27:15
did uh
27:16
did the right decision to remove it but
27:19
i’m not sure again you know how
27:22
uh how how is this going to be resolved
27:24
with nba
27:25
uh top top shots you know uh on on this
27:29
on this instance um i i do not have
27:32
the information of what happened
27:36
but um i think you know as a very
27:39
early platform in the nfc space
27:43
they have to continue to evolve and try
27:46
to do the right thing for the space
27:47
so one um you know looking at how to
27:51
verify the content would be will be very
27:53
very crucial uh two is the ability to
27:57
rectify
27:57
problems that is also very crucial and
28:00
three
28:01
um i think openc got got to also
28:04
uh or or maybe not open c the the
28:07
marketplaces as a whole
28:09
got to make sure that you know they
28:13
they educate their users you know on on
28:16
on this uh related problems that will
28:20
come out you know because some of these
28:21
collectibles
28:22
you know even in the older days you know
28:24
you’ve been i think
28:25
in our age and so forth you know we play
28:27
with nba cards as well
28:28
physical card right you know during the
28:31
old days you can also see the the fake
28:33
ones around right
28:34
they they look slightly different a
28:36
little bit thicker
28:37
you know and so forth and so on
28:41
um i think that problem will still
28:43
persist
28:44
in in the in this in this nft space
28:48
um we again got just got to buy from the
28:51
right
28:52
platform for example if you buy directly
28:54
from nba top shots
28:57
you will not get a fake one right
28:59
because it’s all all authenticated and
29:01
so forth
29:02
uh if you buy it from super rare for
29:04
example you know for some of these
29:06
really nice rare unique artwork
29:09
i believe they are all verified you know
29:11
uh but if you are going to a platform
29:13
where they reach out to the big masses
29:16
well um you got to you’ve got to
29:18
exercise they’re kind of cautious
29:20
you know whether or not the openc is
29:23
wrong
29:24
um i i i cannot i cannot uh be the judge
29:27
but the thing is
29:28
you just think about it ebay or even
29:30
alibaba there are tons of big things on
29:33
it
29:33
you know are they being fought uh doing
29:36
that
29:36
no because these are all uploaded by the
29:39
individual
29:40
uh uploaders you know so the same theory
29:43
goes for
29:43
for openc i don’t think they have
29:45
committed any uh
29:47
serious crime but i hope that they can
29:49
tighten up the whole process
29:50
to make sure that you know the nft uh
29:54
reputation is preserved that that could
29:56
be the main thing
29:59
cool thank you for your i completely
30:02
agree with you
30:03
it’s an interesting point of view uh
30:06
i can say that from my perspective open
30:09
c
30:09
is right because the decisions and
30:12
ideology based on the
30:14
known on the how it’s a uh
30:17
non-replaceable
30:18
something based on the blockchain and
30:21
that
30:22
that is the point where the people come
30:24
in into
30:25
and say if i bring value or bring
30:28
something
30:28
on this platform on this i know digital
30:32
dlt i would say decentralized ledger uh
30:36
i want to be ensured that no one has any
30:39
chances to change it somehow
30:41
but open c does that’s the case and
30:44
that’s the dot
30:45
you know maybe you want to add something
30:47
because uh i want to finish our today’s
30:50
uh conversation is very interesting for
30:53
me
30:53
and for uh i’m sure i’m hope for you too
30:55
and for our viewers
30:56
maybe from your uh you have to you want
30:59
to add something because i see that so
31:01
many discussions going to be
31:03
happen if you don’t mind i will invite
31:06
you
31:06
on our shows too but let us know maybe
31:10
you have to add
31:11
uh something to our audience to now i i
31:13
think today’s topic is more about nfps
31:15
and uh how
31:16
how how it has been valued you know i
31:19
would want to say that uh right now
31:21
we’re still at the very early stages
31:23
of nfc so just give the whole space a
31:26
bit more time and a bit more space
31:29
and let it grow uh by doing that you
31:32
will possibly you know create a new
31:36
valuable uh asset class that is
31:39
all nfc is limited so that is one second
31:42
thing like i mentioned about
31:45
multi-chain marketplaces or cross-chain
31:49
marketplaces i think um such things will
31:53
will be the the way forward because
31:55
there are too many
31:56
assets on ethereum right now for nfts
31:59
there are other players who also want to
32:00
come in so i think
32:02
if if uh you know platforms like this
32:06
h o d o i dot com you know they can come
32:09
up with a multi
32:10
uh uh chain marketplace i think that
32:14
that would make it
32:15
make a lot of a difference or perhaps
32:17
there’s another
32:18
uh uh protocol that i want to mention
32:21
it’s called cz
32:22
so their website is class c l a s s z
32:25
dot com they are also into the
32:27
multi-chain
32:28
crosstrain protocol business you know i
32:31
think
32:31
i think what what we will see in in nst
32:35
will be things that are going to be
32:37
cross chain going to be about teaching
32:39
so that you know whatever liquidity that
32:41
we have or whatever
32:43
asset we have one different uh chain
32:45
right now can all be con
32:47
converge to one uh that that could be
32:50
another
32:51
key direction that the nft space
32:54
will move towards same same goes for d5
32:58
because
32:58
the same theory and ideology work the
33:01
same
33:02
for for for both so i hope to see more
33:05
more cross
33:05
chain more multi-chain platform protocol
33:09
or even the projects
33:11
because that will make a lot of a
33:13
difference you know and i
33:15
and i always felt that with that kind of
33:17
healthy competition
33:18
uh ethereum uh bsc for example or even
33:22
the
33:22
the things like uh soluna
33:25
um solana or this uh okay chain and so
33:29
forth i think
33:30
you know that that will that will up up
33:32
their game
33:33
you know that will try that will make
33:35
them work a lot harder for the
33:36
for the dollar you know and and that
33:38
will also be a very good thing for the
33:41
industry because
33:42
you know we just need to to have the the
33:45
right mindset
33:46
and have the right passion behind it to
33:48
to see the industry grow in the longer
33:50
term
33:51
so i would love to talk to your friends
33:53
you know love to get onto the think tank
33:55
show again
33:56
and lovely to see you my friend
33:59
thank you andy thank you for your time
34:03
uh thank you for your passion and
34:06
interesting tips
34:07
to our think thank community thanks to
34:10
our uh how i say viewers for
34:13
their attention to for sure we’re going
34:16
to
34:17
talk so many about nfts about all these
34:21
stuff about all this new market stay
34:24
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34:38
bye

Anndy Lian is an early blockchain adopter and experienced serial entrepreneur who is known for his work in the government sector. He is a best selling book author “Blockchain Revolution 2030”. Currently, he is appointed as Chairman, Asia for BigONE Exchange and Chief Digital Advisor, Mongolia Productivity Organisation. Anndy is part of the Gyeongsangbuk-do Blockchain Special Committee, Government of Republic Korea, together with industry experts such as Brock Pierce. Lian played a pivotal role as the Blockchain Advisor for Asian Productivity Organisation (APO), an intergovernmental organization committed to improving productivity in the Asia-Pacific region and was previously the Advisory Board Member of Hyundai DAC Technology.

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An avid supporter of incubating start-ups, Anndy has also been a private investor for the past eight years. With a growth investment mindset, Anndy strategically demonstrates this in the companies he chooses to be involved with. He believes that what he is doing through blockchain technology currently will revolutionise and redefine traditional businesses. He also believes that the blockchain industry has to be “redecentralised”.

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