NFTs— Empowering the Digital Revolution One Token at the Time

Pt 2 — The disruption of the standard model

The journey into the reality of the NFTs continues…


Also, the fact of owning NFTs is gradually becoming more mainstream culture, even a status symbol to some extent.

Take the ascent of bored ape avatars on Twitter accounts of
The Bored Ape Yacht Club:

NFTs serve a similar goal but in the world of intellectual property: instead of going through agents, artists can directly connect to their audience.

One of the major reasons the NFT trend is so spectacular is because it transforms the value proposition for creators. Instead of enlisting a publisher, gallery, or record label to monetize creative works, artists can carve out a larger slice of the total pie.

This paradigm shift also breaks down the traditional stratification between consumers and creators.

The list of nonfungible tokens does not end with artworks. They can revolutionize identity management and replace physical passports that cost money to produce and pose a threat to security. Physical IDs can be lost, stolen, faked, etc., whereas digital documents will be safely stored on a blockchain.

All of this has further cemented NFTs as a relevant sector in the blockchain universe

Let’s now look in-dept into two of the sectors that are in the process of a major transformation due to the NFTs technology being applied to their industry: the ART and MUSIC Industry.


Today, NFTs collectibles are invading the world of music. For instance, Canadian DJ Deadmau5 has greatly welcomed the use of NFT collectibles by partnering with Worldwide Asset Exchange (WAX) and released a blockchain drop.

Deadmau5 collectibles on the WAX blockchain


FEWOCiOUS, The EverLasting Beautiful by FEWOCiOUS. Courtesy of the artist.

THE REAL WORLD CONCERN FOR LEGITIMACY — a possible solution via Blockchain and NFTs

So Who verifies that the NFT is legit?

It can be verified through any blockchain, which we already established its unique capacity to guarantee reliability, security, and legitimacy of any transferal of information.

  • No permanent storage solution. After an NFT is purchased, the content is not stored on the blockchain but stored on a server, leaving it open to the chance that it could inadvertently be deleted.


Short answer: Yes.

Fueled by the pandemic and the influx of easy-to-use and cost-efficient NFT minting platforms, protocols, marketplaces and the rising demand of the gaming industry, the NFT market adapts to the creative preferences of a new digital generation.



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