Center for Art Law

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NFT’s and All

What is this NFTmania all about? Minting and dropping have reentered our lexicon in 2021 with vengeance. Millions spent on code and proliferation of wallets to buy and sell files. Side-effects of the fin-tech age and the pandemic have ushered in new bragging rights and lawsuits waiting to happen. To explain NFTism in lay and law terms, join Louise Carron, Kenny Schachter and Irina Tarsis for a conversation about the abbreviation that has consumed all this year, from artists to auction houses, from collectors to art advisors. Before the ball drops in NYC this winter, look back over the highs and lows of the NFT year. After all, even if the Emperor was naked in the cautionary tale of The Em

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