Top NFT Business News From February
By Clyde F. Smith
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Saturday night I logged into NFT Security on Twitter and caught the first hour or so of a widespread effort to figure out how someone was stealing NFTs from wallets and whether or not it was associated with OpenSea. It got a bit scary especially when Revoke.Cash went down.
OpenSea's Devin Finzer posted their take early this morning which confirms it was a limited phishing attack. Much smaller than thought but it definitely reminded a bunch of us to review our security protocols.
Recent NFT News of Import
NFTs as Intellectual Property
There is quite a bit of intellectual property making its way into NFT Land, for example:
But as exciting as such moves may be, the potential for NFTs to be the foundation for content/IP empires is pretty damn wild!
That could be a quality operation. Not sure if World of Women NFTs convey IP rights but this collection shares a manager, Guy Oseary, with one that does, Bored Ape Yacht Club. You can monetize the IP of any Bored Ape you purchase up to a certain amount.
I don't think there are any limits on that activity beyond the total profit but what could go wrong?
Building NFT Infrastructure
Johannes Tammekänd tells the story of how his company, NFTPort, played an important role for a leading NFT marketplace.
Time to Change the Energy Narrative
Too many folks think all NFTs are on blockchains that use Bitcoin levels of energy. We need to start hammering away on this one.
JP Morgan and the NYSE in the Metaverse
The NYSE filing indicates plans to potentially create an NFT marketplace, a crypto exchange and to operate in virtual, augmented and mixed reality settings.
Note: the sections describing possible use cases are generic descriptions of categories of activities, not specific plans from the NYSE.
NFT Regulation in the UK and Tennessee
UK tax authority makes first NFT seizure in VAT fraud case - Cointelegraph
You know it's a real asset when Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs seizes it!
Very interesting to see 'non-fungible tokens' in the summary of a bill working its way through a state legislation process.
And That’s A Wrap
Hope you found my NFT business news roundup of interest.