Following the great DeFi summer many have been predicting NFTs to be the tricky second album. This is a monumentally large subject with competing viewpoints and every level of talent from scammer to international superstar.
In this episode they cover Robert Alice's Block 21 sale at Christie's through Anthony Pompliano's big bet on Trevor Jones, the marketplace debate via Robness and Blue Kirby and hear from artists Simon Wan and Sven Eberwein and progressive marketplace Mintbase. It really is a packed episode.
The only question is: do you recognize art when it's right in front of you?
It’s official. NFTs have exploded. Prompting a wild free for all on one side with numbers you can scarcely believe and deep and justified skepticism on the other. But the problem is most have only the most rudimentary understanding of what NFTs are and what they can do. The Defiant set himself the goal of making the most comprehensive, wide-ranging NFT film ever, one that covered everything - art, music, fashion, defi and the metaverse.
The greatest NFT film ever made. And I failed because there’s too much, it’s exploding out of every orifice blockchain has to offer. And there are many. There’s no way I can cover it all. Not without boring you rigid. But I hope that if you do make it to the end of this utter beast of a film you come out properly armed to dismiss or embrace them. So get comfortable as we shine a massive megawatt light on the maddest, baddest tokens in crypto.