A non-fungible token conference is on the horizon. Marketing agency, Crowdcreate is bringing together key players for the NFT Global Conference.
The arrival of an NFT Conference speaks to the current explosion in interest in these tokens. As major sales of valuable NFTs climb, discussion on the industry and its future are all over social media.
Panelists include startup founders, investors, artists, and celebrities. They will discuss the booming marketplace and its progress into the future.
Some industry panelists include James Ferguson from Immutable, John Crain from SuperRare, Joel Comm from Bad Crypto, and various blockchain investors.
The event kicks off on March 30 and is free to attend. However, there is limited capacity. Attendance is on a first-come-first-served basis.
Topics on the table include what are NFTs, the growth of the NFT industry, what is working/what is not, the technology supporting the NFT industry, barriers to wider adoption, and the Future of NFTs.
NFT’s Popularity Continues to Rise
The NFT market has not seen a dip since it hit its stride in popularity this year. From a relatively unknown entity, the market for these tokens has hit the mainstream with incredible enthusiasm.
For example, Searches for the term “NFT” hit their peak in the middle of March, with users wanting to find out what the fuss was about.
Recently, the NFT’s have been reaching new heights, not just in revenue but also in inventiveness.
Sophia the Robot sold an NFT digital artwork created in partnership with a human digital artist, Andrea Bonaceto, for $1 million.
These tokens have also gone meta. The New York Times sold an NFT linked to an article about NFT’s for $560,000.
While some argue that the current NFT interest is a textbook bubble, others, like CoinGecko co-founder, Bobby Ong, believe that while this is a wild speculation phase, it sets NFT’s up for an interesting future.
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