Is This the Future of NFTs?

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It’s "rudimentary" to have a digital wallet, according to engineer and founder of BEASY (“Blockchain Made Easy”) Bob Kramich. In conversation with COSIMO co-founder and managing partner Rob Frasca, Kramich breaks down the NFT ecosystem and describes how to build a business model and a brand within it. In five years’ time, says Kramich, “We're gonna forget what an NFT is. We're just gonna say, here's my digital asset, here's my authentification, here's my access rights. We'll move on from NFTs acting as stores of value to more utility benefits." Recorded on May 24, 2022.
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