The current economy is busted and so the NEXTGEN is hoping that the Internets will bring them fame & fortune.
What's the plan?
Mostly selling worthless stuff to suckers . . . Which is actually an integral component of the old economy.
Here's a peek at the digital trend . . .
“It really wasn’t about the money. The time investment that I put into this art piece far outweighed the monetary gain,” he explained, painting a picture of the piece which plays heavily on his interest in exploring the intersection between shape and texture — juxtaposed by simple geometric forms and natural surfaces.
“What I’m really excited about — and I think this applies to any business or entity — is the credibility it builds. A new foundation within what people are coining Web3.”
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Tees to NFTs: Why the designer behind of one KC's most iconic young brands is testing the waters of crypto
Blockchain's rise is sending a wave of change crashing over far-ranging industries - and a Kansas City-based design and branding studio is ready to hang ten, its founder said. "I saw it as an emerging market of opportunity," Ocean and Sea's Brendan O'Shaughnessy told Startland News, detailing the popular design firm and clothing brand's nose dive into the world of crypto and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
Just for laughs, here's an even funnier NFT skit . . .
You decide . . .