Pre-framed NFTs are meant to make cryptographic art more accessible.
NFTs might be of interest to you. (They often make us happy.) Maybe you’ve even thought about buying a piece of digital art, but you didn’t go through with it because all the talk about wallets, blockchain transactions, gas prices, and the limits of digital ownership was too scary. And the industry of NFT is scary! especially for people who aren’t tech-savvy. Some businesses make it easier to get NFT movies by selling them already in digital picture frames that you can order, have sent to you, and then put on your desk or hang on your wall next to your photos and other artwork.
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This week, Lauren Goode takes us deep into the pre-framed NFT industry and the markets that drive it. She also tells us about the video of Steph Curry that is now on her kitchen counter.
Find out what Lauren has to say about framed NFT art. Find out what an NFT is by listening to our podcast from last year. If you can handle it, here is that NFT for infinite objects that Elon Musk talked about.
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