L.A. Weekly Arts Editor Shana Nys Dambrot tackles the mysterious world of NFTs and NFT art in her newest cover story The Future of NFTs is Female, Too. “Like it or not, understand it or not, the NFT-backed world of crypto art and visual culture on the blockchain has been a breakout story of Covid-era society; and there’s a lot of upside for artists, like enshrined authorship, economic stewardship, global audience reach,” she writes. Women, non-binary folx and POC are often underrepresented in sectors of society like NFT and digital art. However, dedicated and inclusive artists and community representatives have been working diligently, digitally, to prevent the “dreaded tech-bro patriarchy represented by Beeple and Bored Apes from taking hold in Web3 — working instead to ensure that the cryptoverse future is female,” explains Dambrot. To learn more about how the future of NFTs is female, dive into this wonderful explanation and exploration of how art, community and finance collide on the blockchain. 

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The Future of NFTs is Female, Too


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