This article is part of a three-part series on NFTs:
- Part 1: What are NFTs and Where Do They Derive their Value?
- Part 2: NFTs and IP Law
- Part 3: NFTs and the Digital Art Marketplace
In the first part of our series on NFTs, we discussed what an NFT is and what “ownership” of an NFT provides. You’ll recall that a non-fungible token is a unique blockchain-based “token” that consists of a chain of digital references to a specific intangible asset (e.g., digital files encoding music, art, video, icons, etc.).
In this instalment, we consider what NFTs could mean for IP rights creators, owners, and users.Continue reading