NFTs reinvent not only the art world, but the Internet.

NFTs reinvent not only the art world, but the internet.
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The boom of NFTs, which stands for Non-Fungible Tokens, opens up the possibility for artists to actually sell digital artworks and create new sources of income. But it's also the harbinger of something even bigger: Web3, where users take back control of their data, new business models emerge for a digital creative economy, and a stronger connection between the physical and digital worlds becomes possible. We talk to three experts who are at the forefront of shaping what's happening in NFT-space and where the Internet is headed in the future.

When: 17 November 2021 at 5.00 pm (CET)

Where: Virtual event live from the FUTURE FORUM by BMW Welt

Live Stream: Here and on Facebook BMW Welt & Museum 

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Nov 17, 2021 , 17:00  - 18:00  (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna  

OUR EXPERTS AT A GLANCE:

Wolfgang Kerler

During his career as a journalist, he has worked in Germany and abroad for various media such as ARD, Deutschlandfunk, The Verge, Wired, Inter Press Service and Reuters. He received several awards.

 

Anna Graf

At the beginning of 2021, Anna Graf got into the NFT space by starting to build the NFT Germany community on Clubhouse, Twitter and Discord. Connecting communities in the virtual and real world through NFTs and art has been her passion since then. Collectible projects Anna has supported include: Arabian Camels, Moonwolf, Drippies, Peezmo AI, Cryptosaviors, Eternal Royals. She’s consulting NFT projects being developed for WWF, European Space Agency and Street Art Berlin.

Sergej Lotz

Having worked in a wide variety of startups and agencies for 12 years, Sergej is now involved in several Web3 ventures as project and product lead. As part of his engagement for CDTM, the Center for Digital Technology and Management, he was one of the initiators of the world's first city NFT: MunichNFT.

Simon Oldfield

With experience spanning two decades, Simon is the appointed curator to private and corporate art collections across the globe, and is an expert in the convergence of art, tech and law.  He spearheads collaborations with major cultural partners including the Tate, the Royal Academy of Arts, Burberry and BAFTA.  Simon is a qualified lawyer with a degree from the University of Exeter and post-graduate diploma from the University of Oxford. He has advised on many art and technology projects including NFTs, smart contracts and the blockchain.

 

Copyright: Candice Lake