As more enterprise brands and Fortune 500 companies enter the NFT space, it is important to have strong compliance measures in place. Implementing strong compliance measures is important for both current and future clients, and it is a key factor in the company's growth.
Dibbs’ very own Ben Plomion was recently a guest on Sam Kamani’s web3 podcast. Here is a summary of Plomion’s podcast episode, "NFT (Non-Fungible Token) Markets in 2023 and Tokenization of Assets with NFT Expert Ben Plomion from Dibbs.”
Research institutions don’t hold back when publishing lofty future valuations of the NFT (non-fungible token) industry. One such report puts the 2030 valuation of the NFT ecosystem at over $211 billion.
What should the layperson or a non-web3-native business exploring NFTs make out of that number, except that it's a huge one?
Will the valuation be driven by exotic art pieces selling as NFTs? Or will the hyperactive communities of gaming NFTs pump NFT prices to that valuation? And above all, what should a brand or user bet on?
The world is shifting to an environment built on blockchain and AI technology. Organizations, brands, marketers, and entrepreneurs are working to adapt to this new reality, turning to innovations like machine learning NFT marketing to stay competitive in an evolving marketplace. To do so successfully, they must build an understanding of how AI and blockchain intersect, and the symbiotic relationship the two have formed as a result. In this guide, we’ll dive into how that relationship is changing brand engagement as we know it, as well as the wider implications of AI technology in the information economy.
As the world becomes increasingly digitized, there has been a significant shift in the way we view and understand digital assets. One of the most popular trends in recent years has been the rise of NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. However, as we have pointed out before, the term “NFT” has become associated with negative connotations due to the boom and subsequent scams that occurred in the past couple of years.
To address this issue, our company underwent a contest to find a replacement phrase for the term "NFT.” We wanted to specifically find a replacement for the term “physical-backed digital collectible,” since that’s what excites us. There were many potential replacements, including "e-Receipt," "Crypto Collectible" and "Tokenized Collectible."
People like practicality. We drive practical cars, live in practical houses, and purchase practical clothing. We gravitate to objects that can streamline and perform tasks for us, and the scope of utility has grown alongside technology. Utility NFTs (non-fungible tokens) have made it possible for digital art to have practical benefits, and the result is a game changer for business and culture.
The decentralized web — also known as Web3 — gives everyday people secure ownership of their digital lives through the blockchain. Forward-thinking brands are shifting to this new digital frontier, positioning themselves in a consumer market expected to reach nearly $3 billion in 2023.
If you're conversant with Web3, you probably already know about the current realignment that has been going on in the NFT (non-fungible token) space over the past six months. If you don't know, here's a rundown of what's happening.
The most useful items in our lives are often among our most valuable possessions — perhaps not in dollar value, but certainly for how they improve our lives. Cars make it easier to travel, technology makes it easier to communicate, and few people regret installing a bidet. The same goes for NFTs, which can significantly enhance our lives if they’re built with utility.
The rapid growth of artificial intelligence (AI) and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has led to both research and market conditions that may seem totally unfamiliar. But at least in terms of ethics in AI NFTs, these kinds of issues aren’t so new.