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nft now is on a mission to empower the creators of culture. Every Wednesday we speak with trailblazing artists, collectors and technologists about how NFT’s are redefining the creative economy and how you can be a part. To join our newsletter where we do weekly round-ups, artist showcases and market commentary, be sure to sign up at nftnow.co
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nft now is on a mission to empower the creators of culture. Every Wednesday we speak with trailblazing artists, collectors and technologists about how NFT’s are redefining the creative economy and how you can be a part. To join our newsletter where we do weekly round-ups, artist showcases and market commentary, be sure to sign up at nftnow.co
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    How This Crypto Artist Made Millions by Embracing Collaboration

    How This Crypto Artist Made Millions by Embracing Collaboration

    Micah Dowbak, known professionally as Mad Dog Jones, is a Canadian digital artist who broke into the crypto art scene with the sale of his REPLICATOR NFT. That sale netted him a cool $4.1 million, making him the highest-grossing living Canadian artist in a single auction. The artist is also a massive F1 fan, working with motorsports legend Lewis Hamilton on a helmet, and collaborating with Formula One Racing on a collection timed with the Miami Grand Prix. Recently, Joles was able to raise over $1 million for the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies via his most recent project, Cartography of the Mind, which sold at Christie’s in a charity auction.
    In this episode we cover:
    Jones’ massive F1 fandom and collaboration with motorsports legend Lewis HamiltonThe creative process on his REPLICATOR projectHis upcoming charity auction at Christie’sHow graffiti, comic books, and Akira shaped his creative journey
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    • 41 Min.
    What the Music Industry NEEDS to Know About NFTs

    What the Music Industry NEEDS to Know About NFTs

    Without a doubt, Cooper Turley has been one of Web3’s biggest champions, and is a firm believer in how NFTs can revolutionize the music industry. He got his start in Web3 as blockchain-powered music streaming site Audius’ official crypto advisor. Since then, he’s assumed an advisory role at Web3 culture think tank Friends With Benefits, and has continued to invest heavily in this burgeoning creative ecosystem.
    In this episode we cover:
    How NFTs can bring about the future of music fandomTurley’s advice for young aspiring artistsUtility moving forward in the NFT spaceWhat it’s like championing a movement the general public doesn’t understand
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    • 53 Min.
    Avenged Sevenfold on Using NFTs to Give Back to Fans

    Avenged Sevenfold on Using NFTs to Give Back to Fans

    Avenged Sevenfold is a multiplatinum, chart topping heavy metal band fronted by Matt Sanders — AKA M. Shadows. Sanders and his band mates were early advocates for NFTs, and like most other people in the space, started out by collecting CryptoPunks and Bored Apes. In fall 2021 they launched their own NFT project, the Deathbats Club, which aims to bring more utility to their community. Holders get metaverse access, Web3 sneak peaks, first dibs on concert tickets, and much more.
    In this episode we cover:
    Why rock and metal musicians have been slower to catch on to NFTsHow technological shifts have driven massive changes in the music industryHow NFTs can augment how artists engage with their communitiesThe merchandising potential of NFTs for artists and musicians
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    • 51 Min.
    Crypto Art OG Shares Her Take on the Future of NFTs

    Crypto Art OG Shares Her Take on the Future of NFTs

    Multimedia artist and designer Josie Bellini is one of the NFT community’s earliest champions. She’s made a lasting mark in the space with her viral pieces, starting with Genesis in 2017. Most recently, in 2021, the crypto art pioneer launched her flagship project CyberBrokers. The collectible ecosystem of metaverse experiences is set to be the first of its kind as a fully on-chain collection. With a background in both painting and finance, Bellini uses her unique perspective to explore Web3 through her mixed media art. 
    In this episode we cover:
    The background and development of her CyberBrokers projectThe potential of the metaverseHer take on dealing with bull and bear marketsHer biggest issues with bad actors in the NFT space
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    • 44 Min.
    Diana Sinclair on Diversity and the Digital Diaspora

    Diana Sinclair on Diversity and the Digital Diaspora

    Eighteen-year old multimedia artist Diana Sinclair is by far one of the fastest-rising stars in the NFT art scene. To date, her work exploring self-identity, social justice, and our society’s relationship with the internet has been featured in publications including Teen Vogue and The Guardian. She’s even partnered up with OneOf to help raise funds for the Whitney Houston foundation, with one of her pieces selling for more than $1 million at auction. As one of the youngest curators active in the NFT space, Sinclair is bringing back her “Digital Diaspora” exhibition on Juneteenth to celebrate the work of Black artists across the globe.
    In this episode we cover:

    Her journey into the NFT spaceThe Whitney Houston auction and how it affected her careerHer vision for the “Digital Diaspora” exhibitionHow the NFT community can become a more inclusive and diverse space
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    • 39 Min.
    How NFTs are Disrupting Music With Sound.xyz Founder

    How NFTs are Disrupting Music With Sound.xyz Founder

    Following stints working for Atlantic Records and Warner Music Group as a teenager and working for various tech firms in the Bay Area, David Greenstein went on to help found NFT music marketplace Sound.xyz in early 2021. Since then, David and the rest of the team have generated a combined $3 million in revenue for the over 100 artists on the platform, such as Snoop Dogg, RAC, Giraffage, MELVV, and TOKiMONSTA.
    In this episode we cover:
    the origins and fast rise of Sound.xyzthe broken models prevalent in the current music industrythe future of the music industryhow NFTs are empowering smaller artists to finally make a living from their work.
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    • 51 Min.

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