NEWS FROM THE DIGITAL AND NFT WORLD – 18 MAY 2021
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1) Francesco Bonami inaugurates his first NFT with Hoge Mint
The famous curator Francesco Bonami inaugurated his first NFT with Hoge Mint!
Although in recent weeks Bonami had declared that he had many doubts about the Crypto and NFT world, he certainly did not hold back ready to venture where the physicality of art is lacking to make room for other elements.
The Curator very candidly admits that he does not understand much about NFT, but he knows for sure that the relationship between Digital Artists and the rest of the protagonists of art is about to change …
As always, he is ready to take up the challenge of change …
2) AIBC Dubai: alla fiera il primo stand NFT al mondo
Digital entrepreneur Mru Patel and financial journalist Jane King are setting up the world’s first NFT booth at the AIBC show to be held on 25 and 26 May in Dubai.
Visitors to the stand will be able to be interviewed on the NFT world and will then have the opportunity to transform their interview into an NFT.
3) Paris Hilton finanzia un’organizzazione no-profit per artisti NFT
Computer engineer and NFT collector Tim Kang launched the Sevens Genesis Grant project to offer grants and funding to crypto artists who want to create NFT works. Among the supporters at the forefront was the heiress Paris Hilton, now increasingly involved in the world of Crypto Art.
“Our goal is to help fund people, I just wanted to make sure there was an opportunity for everyone out there, no matter where you are or what kind of background you have,” said Kang.