Jan 24, 2022
So, what does the popularity of NFTs mean for the future? Camille continues her conversation on non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with Mic Bowman, Senior Principal Engineer at Intel. This second part of the conversation covers why NFTs even exist, how NFTs could become commonplace for patents and software, how NFTs could play a role in data collection, and the privacy and ethics of NFTs and digital data. Ownership is at the heart of NFTs, from owning valuable data, to patents, to unique works of art, thus creating digital scarcity. People want to own something unique that is fully theirs — but how much of it do they really own? The legality of NFTs is still very new, and there are concerns about security, data sharing, and asset copying. Listen in to hear Camille and Mic’s insights about these key NFT talking points!
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