NFTs Will Change The Music Business More Than Spotify Did

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Post 17 Mar 2021

2 posts about IPFS almost at the same time :puf_smile:
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Post 17 Mar 2021

bxbrkrz wrote:
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2 posts about IPFS almost at the same time :puf_smile:
i just saw that! :clap:
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Post 17 Mar 2021

-008' wrote:
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bxbrkrz wrote:
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2 posts about IPFS almost at the same time :puf_smile:
i just saw that! :clap:
InterPlanetary Clock Synchronization.
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Post 17 Mar 2021

avasopht wrote:
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How would this stamp out the middlemen?
like this:

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BRIGGS wrote:
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avasopht wrote:
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How would this stamp out the middlemen?
like this:

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bxbrkrz wrote:
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BRIGGS wrote:
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bxbrkrz wrote:
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Man sells fart collection as NFT

https://nypost.com/2021/03/18/nyc-man-s ... nft-craze/
I knew that cupboard full of jars would come in handy one day, I'm off to start my own collection.

I'm thinking I should start with the standard eggs and cabbage, anyone got a particular favourite I should bottle :shock:
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Billy+ wrote:
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EdwardKiy wrote:
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Man sells fart collection as NFT

https://nypost.com/2021/03/18/nyc-man-s ... nft-craze/
I knew that cupboard full of jars would come in handy one day, I'm off to start my own collection.

I'm thinking I should start with the standard eggs and cabbage, anyone got a particular favourite I should bottle :shock:
Dried apricots.

Deadly.

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Dried apricots.
Ah, I see the distinguished gentlemen is well versed in the exquisiteries of flatuly, a true fartist!
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EdwardKiy wrote:
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BRIGGS wrote:
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Dried apricots.
Ah, I see the distinguished gentlemen is well versed in the exquisiteries of flatuly, a true fartist!

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lol :lol:

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Post 20 Mar 2021

I'm thinking there might be a market for beer burps as well?
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Billy+ wrote:
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I'm thinking there might be a market for beer burps as well?
call the album "Let it all out"

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EdwardKiy wrote:
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I'm thinking there might be a market for beer burps as well?
call the album "Let it all out"
Is there not a 'sounds the human body makes' refill?

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EdwardKiy wrote:
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Billy+ wrote:
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I'm thinking there might be a market for beer burps as well?
call the album "Let it all out"
Or wait a minute, here it comes.....
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Billy+ wrote:
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EdwardKiy wrote:
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call the album "Let it all out"
Or wait a minute, here it comes.....

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Post 20 Mar 2021

Artist's Shit (Italian: "Merda d'artista") is a 1961 artwork by the Italian artist Piero Manzoni. The work consists of 90 tin cans, each 30 grams and measuring 4.8x6.5cm, with a label in Italian, English, French, and German stating:

Artist's Shit
Contents 30 gr net
Freshly preserved
Produced and tinned
in May 1961

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bxbrkrz wrote:
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Artist's Shit (Italian: "Merda d'artista") is a 1961 artwork by the Italian artist Piero Manzoni. The work consists of 90 tin cans, each 30 grams and measuring 4.8x6.5cm, with a label in Italian, English, French, and German stating:

Artist's Shit
Contents 30 gr net
Freshly preserved
Produced and tinned
in May 1961

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Post 21 Mar 2021

bxbrkrz wrote:
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BRIGGS wrote:
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I love that shirt lol

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TheDragonborg wrote:
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I love that shirt lol
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Post 27 Mar 2021

-008' wrote:
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Anyway if you are the type to poke around and research:
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I just want to take this time to say thank you to the S E C for protecting me from all those gains. really great job guys. keep it up :|
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Post 17 Apr 2021

José Delbo’s days of drawing superheroes for Marvel and DC Comics ended decades ago, and when COVID-19 shut down comic conventions last year, the 87-year-old got cut off from the fans who bought his artwork too. Like many older Americans, he seemed isolated and lonely in his Miami apartment, his family says, as he sheltered from the pandemic.

Then his grandson introduced him to a new technology called NFTs, which some artists have been using to sell their digital works online.

NFTs, or nonfungible tokens, are unique pieces of code that work like electronic certificates of authenticity. NFTs make it possible to buy and sell things like JPEGs of Major League Baseball cards, video clips of NBA highlights, virtual sneakers or even an NFT “flavor” of Pringles crisps using cryptocurrency. Think of it as an electronic deed for an electronic house.

Serious comics fans have spent hundreds or thousands of dollars for Delbo’s superheroes drawn on paper, so why not try the same thing online with NFTs?

The experiment paid off. This spring, as the rest of the world was scrambling to understand the NFT phenomenon, fans paid the equivalent of nearly $2 million for a set of NFTs by Delbo and the two-person artist team Hackatao featuring DC Comics character Wonder Woman.

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https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-a ... e-millions
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Post 17 Apr 2021

The title this thread is so clickbaity and false.


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Post 17 Apr 2021

bxbrkrz wrote:
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José Delbo’s days of drawing superheroes for Marvel and DC Comics ended decades ago, and when COVID-19 shut down comic conventions last year, the 87-year-old got cut off from the fans who bought his artwork too. Like many older Americans, he seemed isolated and lonely in his Miami apartment, his family says, as he sheltered from the pandemic.

Then his grandson introduced him to a new technology called NFTs, which some artists have been using to sell their digital works online.

NFTs, or nonfungible tokens, are unique pieces of code that work like electronic certificates of authenticity. NFTs make it possible to buy and sell things like JPEGs of Major League Baseball cards, video clips of NBA highlights, virtual sneakers or even an NFT “flavor” of Pringles crisps using cryptocurrency. Think of it as an electronic deed for an electronic house.

Serious comics fans have spent hundreds or thousands of dollars for Delbo’s superheroes drawn on paper, so why not try the same thing online with NFTs?

The experiment paid off. This spring, as the rest of the world was scrambling to understand the NFT phenomenon, fans paid the equivalent of nearly $2 million for a set of NFTs by Delbo and the two-person artist team Hackatao featuring DC Comics character Wonder Woman.

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https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-a ... e-millions
Good story!!!

I'm excited...I can't wait for music nfts to come to other smart contract blockchains.

FEEthereum is insanity. It's really only for big ticket items.

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